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Tue, 2016-11-01 18:13
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Is Maverick the next big thing? In the dry, yes. In the wet, not so much


Spare bikes wait in pit lane, just in case


Aleix Espargaro, painting it black


Pecco Bagnaia - his outstanding form on the Mahindra speaks of big things to come in Moto2


Constant companions


Steel or carbon? Sepang is probably the only track in the world you can use both


The Dynamic Ducati Duo


This is what power looks like: Livio Suppo (left) talks with HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto


Damp Sepang skies


Do not adjust your set. Johann Zarco celebrates his Moto2 title


The MotoGP race started wet, and that kept it close


A home race for Malaysian riders Ramdan Rosli and Hafizh Syahrin means they get to celebrate with the marshals


Moto3, in a nutshell


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Sat, 2016-10-29 13:05
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Sepang weather in a nutshell


Two-time winner Cal Crutchlow is quick again at Sepang


The Suzuki is fast, Maverick Viñales is faster. Candidate for a win on Sunday


Grip - the new Sepang surface has it, so Lorenzo has confidence


Mixed conditions makes for weird combinations: carbon disks with full wet tires


Marc Marquez skipped Friday afternoon, forced to spend it cloistered with his, erm, thoughts


Iannone is back, and Iannone is fast


Dovizioso - like a duck to water


Fast and slow


The Lorenzo-Michelin relationship is a lot happier at Sepang


Alvaro Bautista is getting better and better along with the Aprilia RS-GP


Fast, even when sick


Some perspective from Turn 3. It's a big place, is Sepang


Nails dream they could be as hard as Bradley Smith


Go


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Sun, 2016-10-23 17:28
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Up and down, depending on the weather. That was Valentino Rossi's weekend at Phillip Island


Preparing for the future: with the title in the bag, #93's mechanics practice bike swaps with pit lane helmets


There was a lot of pressure on Jack Miller at home


Nicolo Bulega explains to Sky VR46 press officer Laura that Phillip Island mud is the latest look in leather accessories


Had the real Marc Marquez been kept under wraps up until Phillip Island?


Eugene Laverty using the racer's crouch to shelter from the rain


Pole and the win. Another perfect weekend for Moto3 champion Brad Binder


... but no burgers to be seen


Phillip Oettl looks where he is going, before looking where he is going


It's that man again. Cal Crutchlow chalked up win number 2, this time in the dry


Things never worked out for Jorge Lorenzo all weekend


Rites and rituals


Pol Espargaro got the holeshot, but he couldn't hold on to his advantage


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Fri, 2016-10-21 14:25
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Nicky Hayden on a Repsol Honda. A wonderful trip down memory lane


Peekaboo


Racing at your home round is a dream for most riders. Mike Jones would have liked a bit of sunshine, though


Conditions: soaking


Has Jorge Lorenzo shaken his rain demons? Friday morning suggests not


Andrea Migno, wondering if he would see the sky again


Aussie wildcard Matt Barton finds out just how deep the field is in Moto3


Running the extra soft rain tire for more than 10 laps cost Valentino Rossi his time on Friday morning


Even the fairing screens were misting up


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Wed, 2016-10-19 13:01
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From darkness...


... into the light


Aleix Espargaro, ready to rumble


Pole #64 made #46 happy


A heady mix of tradition and modernity. That's Japan


Speed freak - Desmo Dovi


Nakasuga's splash of Japanese color


Kouichi Tsuji (right), pondering how to stop the Hondas


The wildest ride on the planet. Behind Mamola, wings and all


Suzuki speed


Pol Espargaro, showing what trying means


Magic cam. The 360 gyro cam. Truly a miracle of modern technology


For comparison: the standard fixed camera on the rear of Cal Crutchlow's Honda


"After you..."


Stepping in for Pedrosa is Hiroshi Aoyama


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Sat, 2016-10-15 13:19
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Motegi is all about braking. Valentino Rossi has been taking tips from Leon Haslam


Akropovic titanium beauty


Motegi has been cruel to Dani Pedrosa. Another year, another snapped collarbone


Man on a mission, with four races to go


Winglets may be banned from next year, but Ducati's winglet designs grow ever more sophisticated each race


The tunnel is one of Motegi's defining features, especially for photographers


It allows for a subtle interplay between light and dark


And creates stunning images such as this. Not so good for sponsors, though


A glimpse of the future


Freight train. Slipstreaming helps figure out fuel consumption


Kats Nakasuga, Yamaha's official test rider. One of the big reasons behind their success


Nakasuga puts in the hard miles to get the M1 ready, and is fast enough to find the limit


Hector Barbera gets to stand in for Andrea Iannone. So far, he's been impressive


Backing it in. One place Honda's improved mastery of the electronics have helped Marquez go faster


Big Japanese Sky


You could forget that this track is mostly inside an oval


Japanese fans are hardcore


Will you walk into my parlour?


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Wed, 2016-09-14 15:33
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This was Ducati's home race, and they tested here in preparation. That did not pay off


The eyes of a winner. Lorenzo Baldassarri went on to win the Moto2 race at Misano


Lean angle. Mean angle


When is a teammate a teammate?


Dani Pedrosa is not currently avaiable to answer that question


Cal Crutchlow is crashing less. But he's still crashing on occasion


Special home helmets. De rigeur


Number twos


That was a championship-winning ride from Brad Binder


Old friendships do not fade


Alex Lowes continues to impress as a replacement. He's pretty much up to speed after two weekends


Moto2 is getting closer again. Which is good, because it needed to


Gigi Dall'Igna, Ducati's big brain


September in Italy: bikes, beaches, sun, heat, a sea of yellow


Maria Herrera blows hot and cold. It's tough running in your own team


No stopping the Samurai


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Sun, 2016-09-11 18:00
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Home boy


Brembo - the aim is to emulate a brick wall, but with control


All hail the conquering hero. But that was last week...


Andrea Iannone's last home race for Ducati did not last long. A fractured vertebra in FP1 brought it to a premature end


Numbers don't lie. An accelerometer on the end of the Ducati's swingarm bears witness to their dedication to data


Home races mean special helmets. Andrea Dovizioso's was a gem


Xavi Fores found himself in at the deep end at Misano


Can't keep a racer away from a race track. Loris Baz came to see how his replacement would do


When Dani is on it, he's on it. He was on it at Misano


A peek under the hood. CNC machined rocker covers are a thing of beauty


Pol Espargaro started well at Misano. The finish, not so much


Aprilia found a little bit of magic around Misano. They need to find a little bit more to be competitive


How physical is riding a Honda RC213V? Crutchlow is out of the seat, pushing himself forward over the tank to keep the front down


Last one to the corner is a rotten egg


Ready to rumble


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Mon, 2016-09-05 16:20
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Definitely trying


Andrea Dovizioso practices his thousand yard stare


Red Bull & KTM - this is what they are doing in Moto3. Just wait till they get to MotoGP


Michelin have taken a lot of stick over recent races, but riders post race sang their praises


Lucio Cecchinello had something to celebrate again. And it wasn't the weather


Maverick Viñales. Something special about that young man


It's raining. Just taking the bike out for a spin...


What does confidence do for you? It gets you a pole and a podium


Home heartbreak. And real anger for Sam Lowes


Fans. They start young


Story of the MotoGP race, right there. Nobody is catching Maverick


If anyone thought Marquez and Rossi would be friends again, Silverstone disabused them of that illusion


All that hard work, just to waste some sparkling wine


Talent in WorldSBK is good. Alex Lowes proved that


Bagnaia, Bastianini, Antonelli. Only Pecco would remain from the all-Italian front row in Moto3


That reminds me, must get new T-shirts done ...

 


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Sat, 2016-09-03 22:52
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Silverstone. Suzuki territory?


Things didn't look so bad Friday. Saturday, however...


Pitching it in, GOAT style


Silverstone is tougher on the right side of the tire than on the left


Jack Miller rode, despite cracked vertebrae. Strong enough, was the diagnosis


First British winner since Barry Sheene. It shows, and it shines


Blue train


Another winner, and another rider brimming with confidence


Meticulous lockwiring


Losing Laverty will be a bad thing for MotoGP


Rain or shine, Marquez is there


Dani Pedrosa is adapting to the Michelins, but slowly


Alex Lowes has turned a lot of heads so far this weekend


Loris Baz, in his element


The Michelin fronts are working well so far at Silverstone. This time, it's the rear tire the riders don't like

 

 


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