Second again, his fifth of the season. Fabio Quartararo has had an astonishing rookie season
Johann Zarco proved he still had speed on the LCR Honda. He gets another chance next year on the Avintia Ducati, once he's finished with the paperwork
Iker Lecuona - the first ever MotoGP rider born this Century. Making everyone feel old
Special livery for Aprilia at Valencia, raising awareness of AIDS. A stunning color scheme
Farewell to a legend
Jack Miller has matured like a fine Aussie wine this year. Looking good for 2020
The job of a rider coach includes picking riders up when they are donw. Torleif Hartelman gives Franco Morbidelli a lift back to the pits
A race in the middle of November means the light is magical
Danilo Petrucci did his best to help Ducati win the teams title, but fell off trying. It was a tough second half of the year for the Italian
The fact that Valentino Rossi is still competitive at the age of 40 is amazing...
But Maverick Viñales has beaten him twice in the past three seasons. Who do Yamaha follow?
Cal Crutchlow was the only other rider in 2019 who could ride the Honda RC213V. Will Honda build a better bike in 2020?
Pol Espargaro has carried KTM in 2019. Johann Zarco was too slow and unhappy to provide input, Dani Pedrosa only became useful as a test rider once he was fit again. Espargaro was doing double duty as test rider and results chaser
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