Scott Jones, Ducati Corse
Saturday's MotoGP race was either a real snoozer or a fantastic spectacle, depending on your point of view. For the racing purist, the kind of fan who appreciates seeing masterful riding, watching someone push the bike to the limit constantly and precisely for full race distance, there was plenty to marvel at. For the casual fan, someone who wants to watch several riders giving it their all in a close battle right to the end, it was dull as ditch water, the first-lap crash giving ultimate winner Ben Spies a gap that he could exploit, and one more pass for the podium positions on lap two settling the race.
This is the first part of what will be a regular feature on MotoMatters.com, Scott Jones on Wednesday. The clue is in the name: Every Wednesday, we'll be featuring some of the fabulous shots from MotoMatters.com's photographer Scott Jones. If you'd like to order prints of any of the photos you see, or just read about Scott's life as a working photographer, head on over to his blog and website at ScottJones.net.