Cormac Shoots The European Grand Prix: Sunshine And Rain, Joy And Despair


Is this the 2020 MotoGP champion? Or can it still go wrong for Joan Mir?


Unfamiliar number, unfamiliar name, outstanding performance. Garrett Gerloff impressed in his one day on Valentino Rossi's bike


Valentino Rossi was forced to miss Friday due to a positive Covid-19 test. But he had a negative test on Friday, and rode on Saturday


Weird weather conditioned the weekend. Danilo Petrucci rides a fully wet track under a clearing sky


It made for some wonderful photos though. Here's Miguel Oliveira in the rain


And here's Valentino Rossi in bright sunshine and standing water


This was the weekend Maverick Viñales lost the MotoGP title, he said on Sunday after starting from pit lane due to taking a 6th engine


Slicks, a dry line, a clear visor, and Turn 13. Alex Rins approves


The one thing photographers rave about at Valencia in November is the light. This is why


Andrea Dovizioso never really got going at Valencia. He never had enough time to set the bike up


Fabio Quartararo managed to lose the 2020 MotoGP title pretty much on his own, crashing on the first lap, and eventually picking up 2 points


Brad Binder brakes to enter the pits at Valencia


Pol Espargaro got off to a blinding start from pole, but he would not be able to resist the Suzuki onslaught


A familiar picture: a 2019 Ducati leading a 2020 bike. Johann Zarco had a strong weekend at Valencia 1


Alex Rins led for much of the race ...


But it was his teammate who crossed the line first


Brad Binder did a Brad Binder - rough start, long lap penalty, fastest rider on track for the second half of the race, to finish 7th


The end is in sight...


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