Alex Rins complained he had no grip on the right side of his tire. Getting the bike sliding sideways at T1, suspension compressed, when trying to pass Danilo Petrucci suggests he might be right
Rins had a lot of ground to make up again after this
Ritual: fist bumps for the crew holding the bike. Every single time
Tito Rabat demonstrating there are no slow riders in MotoGP anymore
Pol Espargaro bullying the KTM RC16 into the corner
Jorge Lorenzo's mistake let Marc Marquez escape, but the battle for the remaining podium places was fierce and entertaining
Yamaha's present and future?
Oh, nothing. Just a one-handed wheelie while looking behind to see where everyone else is.
From Superstock 1000 racer to MotoGP winner. And yet massively underrated.
Except by his teammate
Miguel Oliveira is to be found at the lower end of the result sheet. But anyone who follows him will tell you the kid can ride
A podium. He can barely believe it
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