Cormac Goes Testing: Shooting Day And Night In The Desert At Qatar


Honda in crisis! Honda no longer in crisis! Marc Marquez found a solution to his woes at the very last minute at Qatar


With a year's experience under his belt Franco Morbidelli, is getting impressively quick on the Petronas Yamaha


Photographers love Qatar, because it gives them an opportunity to take pictures like this...


And this


King of testing once again. But can Maverick Viñales convert that into being king of Qatar?


Full compression: you can't get much harder on the brakes than this


KTM look to have made another step forward. But a few incidents on the last day mean Pol Espargaro was outshone by his teammate, Brad Binder


Johann Zarco made steady progress on the Avintia Ducati. Where can he end up?


Front-end tuck. The Aprilia RS-GP is much improved, but Aleix Espargaro just pushes it further


Andrea Dovizioso has always been something of a closed book when it comes to talking about testing. But he's won the last two races at Qatar...


Valentino Rossi was the only Yamaha rider to complain of tire wear at Qatar. Prescient, or a sign of age?


One to watch: Joan Mir is matching his Suzuki teammate now. Next step is to beat him on a regular basis


Alex Marquez has made a solid start to his MotoGP career. But it's tough being a rookie on a Honda


Danilo Petrucci faces a battle to keep his seat. He started well, with an impressive race run on the last day of the test


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