Cormac Shoots Austria: Capturing The Demands Of Speed At Spielberg


Man of the moment Jack Miller demonstrates the 'leaping from one side of the bike to the other to try to get the thing to turn' technique


The sea of orange wasn't for Marc Marquez. But he took it where he could get it


Trees, mountains, speed. Spielberg.


Fistbump. Fabio Quartararo's lucky ritual


Hard, hard, hard braking. That's what the Red Bull Ring is about


A lot of things get called bombshells. But Johann Zarco announcing he was leaving KTM with nowhere else to go definitely qualified as one


This is KTM's new hope. Miguel Oliveira finished 8th, and close to the front. Watch out world


This was a battle that went down to the last corner. Marquez vs Dovizioso at the Red Bull Ring was one for the ages


Franco Morbidelli, currently being overshadowed by his Petronas Yamaha SRT teammate


Maverick Viñales was fast during practice, but got swamped during the race, fighting back to finish fifth


Finally coming good: Pecco Bagnaia went missing mid-season, but is back with a bang after the Brno test


Note the new aero package on Danilo Petrucci's bike: the larger surface at the bottom of the upper wings, and the double wing inside the lower wing


Victory hugs all round


Finally chasing more than his tail. Valentino Rossi found real pace at Spielberg


One day he will stop. Can he live without this? Can this live without him?


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Excellent shooting as usual. Thanks.

Really wonderful photos. For this subscription we get brilliant journalism and photo-journalism. Every one of them seems to capture the movement of that instant they were taken. Bravo.