Cormac Shoots Aragon: Stunning Images From Spain's High Veld


The wall, instantly recognizable as Motorland Aragon, one of the most picturesque tracks on the calendar


Cold and wind meant teams were fitting covers to the brake discs, partly for aerodynamic help, partly to keep the heat in


The cold caught Fabio Quartararo out on Saturday, the Petronas Yamaha rider highsiding viciously at Turn 14


Many feared Quartararo had blown his shot at the title when he was carted off in an ambulance. But he escaped with just bruising


It hurt though. Not enough to stop him from taking pole, but he had to put himself through the wringer to get that


Back with a vengeance: two podiums in eight days for Alex Marquez. The real deal?


Two Suzukis and a Honda. We had been expecting an armada of Yamahas


Qualifying doesn't really matter. P10 on the grid catches P2 on the grid. Rins and Viñales were on their way to 1st and 4th respectively


Cal Crutchlow gets his race face on. Front row of the grid, he needed it


They also serve who only stand and wait


Pecco Bagnaia's up and down year: from leading a MotoGP race, to crashing out on lap 3


When body language speaks volumes


Winner at last. Nobody had anything for Alex Rins


Pol Espargaro came into Aragon with high hopes. 12th is not what he had in mind


2020 - face masks and eye protection. But MotoGP riders can carry it off with style


When you are so used to be in the podium press conference that you have time to examine your boots


Spending so much time cooped up together leads teams to develop private jokes which are incomprehensible to the outside world. Don't ask.


Best independent rider at Aragon. The irresistible rise of Takaaki Nakagami continues apace, as his consistency starts to count


The light. Photographers love the light at Aragon

 


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