Cormac Shoots Andalusia: Back In The Blistering Heat Of Jerez


Four days previously, Marc Marquez was having a titanium plate and 12 screws fitted to his broken arm


KTM is chock-a-block with talent. Miguel Oliveira shone at the second round at Jerez through practice...


... But was taken out in the first corner by his once and future teammate


The new normal on the grid, in the searing heat


Ducati's shapeshifter in action: Jack Miller's GP20 looks like a drag bike on corner exit.


2 from 2 for #20


Back on the podium after 15 months away. Making an old man (and his old friends) very happy


Joan Mir buries the bike on the brakes


Jerez 2 was a good deal less successful than Jerez 1 for Andrea Dovizoso


Pramac Ducati in hot pursuit of Maverick Viñales.Jack Miller would crash, Pecco Bagnaia suffer an engine failure


Surprise package of the weekend: Takaaki Nakagami scored his best ever result in MotoGP by finishing fourth


Brad Binder showed he was fast once again, but another mistake in the race, this time in the first corner, left him empty-handed


No easy days in MotoGP. But some days are tougher than others


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Comments

Beautiful shots, as ever. I particularly like the one of Takaaki Nakagami - if he leaned any further he'd be lying down, perfectly captured here.

Great pics, but the standouts for me are the huge suspension squat of Jack Miller's bike on corner exit, and that angle of Takaaki Nakagami.

I'm probably biased, but that Ducati looks beautiful.

I like how you've captured the struggle between form and function; the lines on the salad box, the reflection of carbon weave on the wings, the profile on the intake.

I feel the other manufacturers don't consider the styling as much as these guys when they design their bikes..

is in the eye of the beholder, or so they say. I agree, that shot of Dovi's is a very gooone and flatters teh Duc. The one of Miller's coming out of the corner is the absolute oppopsite for me. All these bits hanging of the bike, and with it squatting at the time of the shot teh proportions are all out in my opinion. I quite like the look af the KTM's including the colour scheme adn the Yammies are also not too shabby.

I do love the photos in general htough and they are one of the highlights foe me after every race. Particularily the tech ones. It's fun and very interesting to see and read the expanations to all the detail that goes into one of these rockets!

thanks!

Tongue bitten bloody Red re the Duc styling.

Impressive? Yes. Interesting and complex? Yes.

It has...lumps, like...cancer. It is digital. Least beautiful GP bike I have ever seen. But I think it is cool, and want one to win round 3.

I would really like to see the Ducati run without all the exterior gadgets and see its real lines.

The constrast between the elegant beauty of the Suzuki and the dystopian agglomeration of the Ducati is stunning. Both mesmerizing to pore over and study, both are awe-inspiring, yet from such contrasting schools of design. Only a week and a wake up...