Scott Jones, Ducati Corse

Scott Jones In Tuscany: Qualifying Day At Mugello

A glorious setting for racing

It's tough at the top. As Marc Marquez is finding out

Desmo Dovi's Ducati Dreams

Scott Jones In Tuscany: Friday At Mugello

Home is where the heart is

You spin me right round, baby, right round

Body position 101: Old school (Michele Pirro) vs new MotoGP (Marc Marquez)

Scott Jones' Texas Adventure, Part 2 - Track 'N' Tech

Up close and personal with the factory Yamaha M1 - Slipper clutch, brake cylinder, datalogging junction box

Fast and furious. The old man still has it

If only the MotoGP paddock was as open as AMA Superbike... 

Scott Jones' Texas Adventure, Part 1 - Austin Rain

Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink

Ducati's mysterious winglets had a small chunk ground out of them at Austin

Ecstar Rockstar

Scott Jones In The Desert: The Joy Of Technology From Qatar

The night rider

Your fuel tank probably does not look like that. The 0.1 is room to expand

Suzuki's exhaust has got a lot shorter since last year. Usually a sign of a factory chasing power

Scott Jones In The Desert: Race Day In Qatar

We thought it was a steely, thousand-yard stare. But it was Pedrosa, steeling himself for the pain he knew was to come

An old man prepares

Moto3 maniacs must maintain massive momentum

Scott Jones In The Desert: Friday Photos From Qatar

Pol Espargaró beat brother Aleix last year. That may not be so easy in 2015

Can this bike...

... stop this man? So far it has been advantage Márquez

Scott Jones In The Desert: Thursday Photos From Qatar

Suzuki came back to MotoGP, and they came prepared

The world's most expensive snowglobe: the onboard gyroscopic rotating camera

All's fair in love and motorcycle racing. Especially espionage

Official Photos Of The Ducati Desmosedici GP15

It is difficult to overstate just how different the GP15 is from its predecessors. Some details are already clear from the press shots, but more will come tomorrow. For the moment, here is a selection of the press shots.


It's all new

Different exhaust routing, to one side of the fuel tank

Ducati Press Release: Ducati World Superbike Squad Officially Presented In Arezzo

With the start of the World Superbike season just a couple of weeks away, the factory Ducati team launched their 2015 WSBK campaign. The Ducati team was presented to the press at Arezzo in Italy. After the event, the team issued the following press release and photos, containing photos of the new livery:

The Racing - Ducati Superbike Team presented today in Arezzo

  • The presentation of the official team took place at the Aruba Data Center.
  • The event was broadcast in live streaming on new website
  • The new livery of Davies’ and Giugliano’s Ducati Panigale R bikes was unveiled.

Borgo Panigale/Arezzo (Italy), 2 February 2015: The Aruba Data Center in Arezzo today hosted the presentation of the new Racing – Ducati Superbike Team, the only official Ducati team in the 2015 Superbike World Championship.


Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 6 - Phillip Island

Ready to rumble, down under

Stopping power. But dissipating heat wasn't the problem, disks got brake covers to keep the heat in

Team Rossi - Matteo Flamigni and Silvano Galbusera played a key role in Rossi's revival. Though not as great a part as Rossi himself

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 5 - Silverstone

There is no part of a Honda racing motorcycle that is not beautifully made

A study in yellow, white and blue

Scott Redding takes racing in front of his home crowd very seriously

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 4 - Barcelona

You can teach old dogs new tricks, if they are willing to learn

... and here's one of the things the old dog learned: a radical new body position

Redding on red

The wheels on the bike go round and round ...

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 3 - Le Mans


Pro tip: how to keep your clutch plates in order

Le Mans turned out some good battles. Dovizioso led a close group early on ...

Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 2 - Austin

Jorge Lorenzo's season went from bad to worse at Austin, with a jump start of almost comical proportions

By the end of 2014, two of the three Americans in this picture wouldn't be racing. It was a tough year for Americans in GP

Austin was still not a Yamaha track in 2014

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