Cormac Shoots Aragon: Stunning Vistas From A Lonely Spot


Pol Esparagaro had a rough old time at the Motorland Aragon circuit, fracturing his wrist in a cold-tire highside in FP4


Rear grip. That's all Valentino Rossi was asking for


Joan Mir, back from injury and up to speed


Wild, empty, dry. And that's just the scenery


#82? #82? Seeing Mika Kallio with a different number took some getting used to


Bradley Smith? Karel Abraham? Hafizh Syahrin? Tito Rabat? These are not the riders Jorge Lorenzo is meant to be battling on the bike which leads the championship


Dark star


For the sin of T-boning Franco Morbidelli, Alex Rins got a long lap penalty


Danilo Petrucci lost his way after the summer break, and hasn't been able to find it again since


Look and learn


Rain. There was some of that on Saturday, and a slight reprise on Sunday


That feeling. Worth the sacrifice


The long view


High and dry

 

 


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