Valentino Rossi has an extra supply of mojo at Sepang. But it wasn't quite enough to get him past Andrea Dovizioso and onto the podium
On the grid, eyes ahead, and plan for Turn 1
Danilo Petrucci ponders the angle of the dangle
Back, on a Honda, and impressive. Prompting the question, what's next for Johann Zarco?
Jack Miller couldn't match his pace at Phillip Island, but he is putting himself in the picture for a factory ride
Pole man. But Fabio Quartararo failed to convert on Sunday. He still has a lot to learn.
On Saturday, Marc Marquez smashed himself violently into the tarmac. On Sunday, he still ended up second. Consistency is king
Check the position of Maverick Viñales' thumb. Then try to imagine riding a MotoGP bike without gripping on for dear life all the time
Andrea Iannone does the walk of shame after crashing
Valentino Rossi got past Andrea Dovizioso from time to time, but never for long enough to stay ahead of him.
Cal Crutchlow saves his rear tire by skimming it just above the tarmac
Hafizh Syahrin had a much tougher race this year compared to 2018. He was still welcomed like a hero
Rookie style check, part 1: Joan Mir
Rookie style check, part 2: Pecco Bagnaia
Franco Morbidelli finished ahead of Fabio Quartararo at the Petronas Yamaha SRT team's home race. That mattered
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