Cormac Shoots Motegi: Light And Dark, Wet And Dry


Is there light at the end of the tunnel for Valentino Rossi?


Maverick Viñales chased Andrea Dovizioso, but lacked the speed to pass


Miguel Oliveira spots his favorite photographer out of the corner of his eye


Even world champions listen when Jack Miller speaks


Top speeds recorded in a soaking FP3 were 303km/h. Imagine doing that with this much spray


Meta photo


Jorge Lorenzo was slow in the first laps, faster in the last laps. Is he on his way to a breakthrough?


Fabio Quartararo brakes for Turn 11, one finger on the front brake, front tire buried in the asphalt, rear skipping over the surface. He's good at this


If the Suzukis ever start from the front of the grid on a regular basis, the rest of the field is in trouble


Lap 1, Turn 3, game over


Parting the sea


The tunnels at Motegi are unique, and consequently, favorites with top togs like our Cormac...


... for fairly obvious reasons


Imagine doing this, in the wet, with a bum shoulder


On the #2 bike, Jim Redman. In the middle, HRC Technical Director Takeo Yokoyama. On the #93 bike, the man who won the constructors championship for Honda pretty much on his own

 


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