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Tue, 2015-07-21 12:34
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Unstoppable. No one could stand in Chaz Davies' way at Laguna


Kawasaki introduced a new sport to Laguna Seca: Synchronized sliding


California has been suffering one the worst droughts in its history. Instant cure? Hold a motorcycle race!


Davide Giugliano proudly wears the #34. Good job it hasn't been retired in WSBK


The last time the pack saw which way Chaz Davies went


Ayrton Badovini hasn't been able to make the BMW fly this year


That #1 would look a hell of a lot better without the headlight stickers


There has been plenty of discussion over the Ducati's new exhaust. Silhouette has some shadowy interpretations


Niccolo Canepa has stepped in for Nico Terol and done well


Turn 2 proved tough to get through for quite a few WSBK men


Twice Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea went all the way to the line. Twice Sykes beat his teammate


Rain flags waved in race 2, but the rain never really settled in


It's been a long year for Randy De Puniet


Leon Camier has ridden just about every racing motorcycle known to engineering. A good fit on the MV Agusta


When we said we loved California skies, we meant the blue ones. Can we send these back?


The face of the future. Can Honda keep Michael van der Mark?


Take only memories, leave only footprints. Well, tire marks...


Some of the best battles at Laguna were in the middle of the pack


Take it to the bridge


The Corkscrew. Not Laguna's best corner, but it's most famous

 


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Sun, 2015-07-19 16:02
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Jonathan Rea, the leader of the WSBK pack


The Man Who Would Be Schwantz - Davide Giugliano


Aprilia's X Fighter


Alex Lowes is pushing the Suzuki GSX-R1000 about as far as it can go. Fortunately, there's a new bike due out next year


Van der Mark needs all of his magic at Laguna


WSBK's biggest surprise package: Jordi Torres


"The Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will," as Aleister Crowley would put it


His Chazness, King of Laguna Superpole


Leon Camier, journeyman racer, has done well on the MV this year. Despite the MV.


Ron and Randy, racing royalty


Eat your heart out, Guy Martin


Tom Sykes has done everything in his power to try to beat his new teammate


The champ ponders his predicament


Whatever the opposite is of taking it easy, Chaz Davies did it


Fast and smooth does the trick


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Tue, 2015-07-14 09:00
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He chased hard, but he didn't get there


Ouch


Ready to win


Bradley Smith went from a nightmare in 2014 to a successful 2014 in Germany


Hail to the Kent


The devil is in the details. Always


They call it the Waterfall. They should really call it the rollercoaster


Not always a threat, when he decides he doesn't like the tires


Michael Laverty was a vast improvement on Marco Melandri at Aprilia


Ducati are standing still at the moment. That's what happens when you get off to a flying start


Short, tight track? Made for Suzuki, surely? Turns out not to be the case after all


Make Racing, Not War


Hiroshi Aoyama, HRC's universal replacement


It is fair to say that the Sachsenring is a popular round


When things go wrong...


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Sat, 2015-07-11 10:17
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Sachsenring: Dani's track


Over the hill? Nobody thinks so any more


Old school style on the newest bike on the grid


Has Scott Redding finally cracked it? He had on Friday


Trees and hills, that's what Saxony is all about


Eugene Laverty is one of two sets of brothers on the MotoGP grid, now that Michael has gone to Aprilia


Ready?


Livio Suppo, the power behind the throne at HRC


Right now, Britain's best racer, Bradley Smith


Fabio Quartararo hoists a mono


Ana Carrasco - one of two women on the grid now, and finding it tough to match Maria Herrera


CWM passes BMW


So that's where he has been keeping his mojo. At the bottom of the Waterfall


The devil is in the details, says Dovizioso


Welcome to Saxony

 


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Thu, 2015-07-02 10:00
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Nothing tastes sweeter


This will not end well. Zulfahmi Khairudden and Remy Gardner collide


Heart rate: 200 bpm


Emperor of Moto2


Luis Salom's Pons Kalex, or what remained after it had been tossed at Turn 1


Dani Pedrosa, a fair way down the grid


Turn 1, lap 2, and the leaders are already set


Marquez did get ahead of Rossi briefly


But it would not last to the line


Alex De Angelis demonstrates the art of ART Origami


This went on for most of the race. In the end, the Suzuki could not withstand the onslaught of horsepower from behind


With a fraction less edge grip, Lorenzo could not dominate


Grim determination saves the day for Niklas Ajo. Amazing finish


Miguel Oliveira makes it number two


The RC213V looks like a Moto3 bike under Scott Redding. You can't say he's not trying


Cal Crutchlow demonstrates how you ride a MotoGP bike: standing up


Hammer down


Different styles: Rossi moves his body, but not his backside, Marquez is sliding his rear over the seat early


The 2015 Moto2 season in a single frame


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Mon, 2015-06-29 20:26
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Leapfrog for Dani Pedrosa


He came, he saw, he conquered


What lurks beneath: the tank part of the tank...


It's been a tough year for Stefan Bradl on the Forward Yamaha


If it wasn't for bad luck, Nicky Hayden wouldn't have had any luck at all. His bike kept cutting out all weekend


Maniac Joe? Mr Maturity, more like. Note the proximity of the winglets to the asphalt


Cold mornings? Duct tape the radiator and oil cooler. Problem solved


Different approaches to bike swaps for Pedrosa and Marquez. A skip and a jump for #26, a bunny hop for #93


Now that's what I call cutting the chicane at Assen


Yonny Hernandez feathers the clutch


Rookie of the year so far: Maverick Viñales


Preparing. For what?


It's been a struggle for Scott Redding. But he is closer than he thinks he is


Jorge Lorenzo would not make it five wins in a row, but he salvaged a crucial podium


Big skies, full stands, great racing. This is Assen


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Fri, 2015-06-26 20:04
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Pol Espargaro is trying hard to go fast. Perhaps a little too hard


No walk in the park


Scott Redding, like his old adversary Pol Espargaro, is trying really, really hard


A great rider, a smart team, a brilliant crew chief, some clever engineers. A potent brew


Follow the fast guy


Andrea Migno hooning round a racetrack on a naked 250cc four-stroke single - it could be 1925 all over again


Bradley Smith has come into his own in 2015


A new swingarm, and a track he doesn't have to learn for a change, and Eugene Laverty is fastest Open Honda


Red, white, and blue?


Has the beast been tamed? It is perhaps slightly more manageable. Now to try to stay on


What hides behind the carbon? Is it a torque sensor, perhaps?


Jacob's Ladder. Welcome to Assen


Crowd pleaser. Cal Crutchlow is always good value


Mr 100%. Because Aleix Espargaro never gives less

 


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Tue, 2015-06-02 11:26
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Pride of Italy: Romano Fenati sporting a stunning Tricolore paint scheme


They tried to catch Jorge Lorenzo, but Lorenzo was not for catching


Yellow Mugello Madness


Heartbreak for Ducati as Dovizioso's rear sprocket rounded...


And joy, as Maniac Joe bagged second after a brilliant race


Sam Lowes demonstrates the noble art of backing it in


Lap 2 or lap 18? The Moto3 race was like this all the way to the line


Johann Zarco gives a lesson in managing a championship


The Doctor had his passing lights on


HRC's new swingarm for the RC213V, with a fraction more flex. The swingarm linkage, further forward, is a thing of beauty


Cal Crutchlow could have started the race with new gloves, but new gloves mean tight fingers means arm pump


Tito Rabat, back to winning ways


A bad way to end a race: a dislocated ankle for Cal Crutchlow


Every team's worst nightmare: Italtrans riders Mika Kallio and Franco Morbidelli crashed out at Mugello simultaneously


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Sun, 2015-05-31 18:16
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A glorious setting for racing


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


Desmo Dovi's Ducati Dreams


Aleix Espargaro has torn the ligament between his thumb and finger. Exactly the point you support your weight on under braking


The position and shape of all those welds serve a purpose. What that purpose is, Ducati will never tell you


Bradley Smith is lifting his Mugello MotoGP curse


Claudio Domenicali, Ducati's boss of bosses


Mugello swoops


Viñales, from above


Ducati test rider Michele Pirro is also reaping the rewards of all the hard work he has put in on the GP15


The Master of Mugello


Focus


Dani Pedrosa. He's back


The vent on the left hand side of the Ducati leads under this panel to back of the bike


Pole sitter. And deservedly so


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Fri, 2015-05-29 18:50
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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)


Another example: Pol Espargaro hanging way off the bike


Ready?


New Honda RC213V swingarm (rear) vs old swingarm (front)

 
Maniac


Redding plays peekaboo


Sleight of hand: Pedrosa's mechanics rush to swap a tire from one bike to the other


There hangs a tail


Eugene Laverty has a quick go on the PS3 before exiting pit lane


Speaking of body position...


Dovizioso gets it sideways


The little deflectors which make Ducati's winglets legal


Aleix Espargaro. The bravest man on the grid today. He's going to try to race, despite the pain


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