Cormac Shoots Teruel: Same Track, Same Beauty, Different Photos


He could have been the man of the weekend, dominating practice and qualifying. But it all went wrong in Turn 5


Duct tape acts as a simple heat retention device. The more duct tape on the radiators, the colder the day


Alex Marquez showed he was a force to be reckoned with again, at least at the Motorland Aragon circuit


Fabio Quartararo has a unique style, with a lot of weight on his upper body. And if you look carefully, you can see which engine map he is using


These angles are always fun. Here's Maverick Viñales on an out lap with a different dashboard page displayed


Eyes on the prize, Joan Mir


Jack Miller and Brad Binder engaged in earnest debate over the Turn 2 incident. Binder shouldered the blame


Alex Rins made it a good weekend for Suzuki


Not so bad in qualifying, not so good in the race, the tale of Cal Crutchlow


Finishing touches for getting Miguel Oliveira's KTM RC16 ready to go: torque the back wheel, replace the front mudguard


Alex Marquez believes his bike is more nimble when he only uses the front wheel to steer


Taakaki Nakagami, proving he is good enough for pole


But this was the man of the weekend: Franco Morbidelli cruised to a solid win at Aragon 2


This turned out to be Bradley Smith's last weekend on the Aprilia RS-GP. Lorenzo Savadori takes over from Valencia


The Ducatis did not love Aragon


Jack Miller in better days


Joan Mir making the most of the light


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Comments

Great photos! MV's dash is quite intriguing, as he seems to have a Front reft (61)/ Front right (62), Rear left (81?)/ Rear right (80) indication. Was the photo from the race or during practice, as surely that's too much information, albeit in keeping with MV's taking-back-control style..