Joan Mir felt he should have won the Styria Grand Prix. But he was foiled by a red flag
Turn 2 is tough, and Danilo Petrucci is the most spectacular of riders through there
Not bad looking for an old man
It's hard to capture just how steep Turn 1 is at the Red Bull Ring
Pole for Pol. Espargaro's pole position on Saturday lifted a major weight off his shoulders
6 days after a 300 km/h crash, 2 days after surgery to pin his scaphoid, and Johann Zarco was on the front row of the grid in Spielberg
Red, white, blue, and yellow
Race 1 belonged to Joan Mir. But race 1 didn't count
Yamaha vs Yamaha, but not for the positions that count
A 12-lap sprint race meant tight margins at the front
King of the Ring no longer - Andrea Dovizioso never found his magic at Spielberg
If you want to turn right, first point your wheel left. Jack Miller demonstrates proper technique
Last lap mayhem: The Red Bull Ring always delivers. Jack Miller stuffs it up the inside of Pol Espargaro for the lead ...
... that forces them both wide. Miguel Oliveira, meanwhile, has a perfect run on the inside line...
And is clear run to the line ...
... and into the history books, as Portugal's first ever premier class winner
Winning meant so much to the team. They have been close before, but here it was at last
It meant a lot to KTM too. Pit Beirer saw the end result of his project on the top step for the second time in three weeks
Losers? Pol Espargaro was devastated not to get the win, but still took his second KTM podium. Jack Miller came away with a second place with a painful shoulder. No losers here
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