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Sat, 2014-06-14 18:45
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The fastest Marquez on the day: Alex


A new style from the old master


Where the old master got it from?


Rain. It almost held off on Saturday. Will it do the same on Sunday


Mono. Dovi. Desmo.


Lorenzo's helmet and number have been designed by Anna Vives, working for those with Downs Syndrome in Spain


Brad Binder has been fast all weekend in Moto3. Sometimes, too fast


Number 6? 4th!


Mojo located. Pedrosa bagged his first pole


Lightweight sprockets


Anything to escape the sweltering Catalonian heat


Yonny Hernandez, an impressively fast Colombian at Barcelona


Big Red


Bradley. Better than before


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Fri, 2014-06-13 17:59
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Something old, something new ...


Scott Redding, by Scott Jones


Fastest man of the afternoon, Bradley Smith. He needed that.


Injured scaphoid, 20 horsepower down, but the Kentucky Kid still has it


Home boy. Even though he now lives in Andorra. For the training opportunities...


Careful preparation


Cal Crutchlow needs a weekend where everything goes to plan. Hasn't happened so far this year


The kerbs are a problem at Catalunya, because they are raised so much higher than at other tracks ...


... as you can see from the drop on the inside of the kerb


Number 7?


But can this man stop him?


Dovizioso. Ducati. For how long?


Dani Pedrosa needs a good weekend too. Things haven't been easy


The old man still has it


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Tue, 2014-05-20 14:24
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Through a glass, darkly


#69, ready. Hayden would only last four corners, getting bumped off the track by Andrea Iannone on the first lap


The first laps of the MotoGP race were a real barn burner


Plate spinning


The Hondas were back in Moto3, but they had Jack Miller to deal with


Two in a row for Mika Kallio. We think this expression might be 'elated'.


VR46. A BFD.


The Le Mans ferris wheel, one of the better vantage points for watching MotoGP


Cal Crutchlow's head and hands go here


With Marc Marquez bumped down to 10th, the MotoGP race was pretty exciting for a while ...


... until Marquez recovered. At that point, Operation Clean Sweep resumed


What better way to disguise a bridge?


If you want to annoy Angel Nieto, ask Mr 'Doce mas uno' about his thirteen world titles. Then stand well back.


Corsi, Kallio, Salom. It would not end in that order.


Home Grand Prix can be tough, as Mike Di Meglio will tell you


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Sun, 2014-05-18 10:21
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Engineering poetry in motion


Courage. Hayden's wrist is causing severe pain. Didn't stop him from nearly making Q2, though


Maniac Joe, on fire in France


It's not for want of trying, but Bradley Smith can't find the pace he needs


The Terminator is back


And Rossi's pretty good too


Sky - ground - Sky - ground


Le Mans - a riot of color on the track, a regular riot off the track


Alvaro Bautista is always at the whim of the Showa suspension. They're working well at Le Mans


Another good result for Ducati during qualifying. It's a good year for Andrea Dovizioso so far


If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing devastatingly


Work to do for Dani Pedrosa and Mike Leitner


On the brakes


Bradl's forearm is holding up well after surgery


Icons of motor sport

 


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Sat, 2014-05-17 09:56
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Marc Marquez, MotoGP's very own Maximilien Robespierre


He's back. The old Jorge Lorenzo is showing his mettle at Le Mans


Burning gaze marks Valentino Rossi's rekindled motivation


Arm pump surgery has not slowed Stefan Bradl


Australia's latest and greatest, Jack Miller


Up to speed: Pol Espargaro is a quick learner


Alpinestars, protecting even your ears


Nicky 'Hustle' Hayden


Dunlop? Michelin is more likely. Andrea Iannone will be fast whatever the rubber


It's been a long four races for Cal Crutchlow. And there's 14 more to come


41 plays peekaboo


Andrea Dovizioso is putting himself in the shop window


If he can stay on, Alvaro Bautista can be fast


They're back. Alex Marquez is leading Honda's Moto3 charge


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Sun, 2014-04-13 23:54
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The Ducati's getting closer. Could Dovizioso win a race this year?


Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?


Everything's bigger in Texas. Even the kerbs.


Body language


Up one week, down the next. There is still work to be done for Alvaro Bautista


Taking no prisoners


Bowing out


Let's roll


Stefan Bradl stepped it up a notch in Texas


Maniac Joe is finding his feet. So you better beware


Factory life is tough, but Crutchlow's adapting


Rabat, ready to rock


Fastest proddie Honda. Redding is impressing on his debut


Red McComb looked at a sketch of the tower on paper, and knew COTA had to have it


Bradley Smith. Taking care of business in Texas


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Sun, 2014-04-13 02:39
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Goodbye, and thanks for everything


Sideways. Just because


Anything he can do, I can do better


In the eye of the storm


Benvenuto a Texas, Mattia!


Second race, and fastest production Honda. Not bad for a new boy, Scott Redding


Seamless gearbox inside


The Ducati train


Wayne Rainey, living legend


Rossi's boys. Romano Fenati on the Team Sky VR46 KTM


One fast German


Not as fast here as at Qatar, but Aleix Espargaro didn't test here beforehand


Dreaming of pneumatic valves


Americans. MotoGP and World Superbikes need more of them


Mnemonic: #68 is 2013, #29 is 2014


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Mon, 2014-03-24 18:08
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Finding his feet: Cal Crutchlow is still adapting to the Ducati


Setting his sights on the future: Alex Marquez ready to roll


The Ducati Desmosedici GP14: A work in progress


Aleix Espargaro lit up the desert night


Working it: real improvement coming from Bradley Smith


Low grip, dusty, dark - Losail is not one of Dani Pedrosa's favorite circuits


Rossi's retirement: The boss talks to Vitto Guareschi about his VR46 Team Sky Moto3 squad


The personality of Kevin Schwantz and the talent of Casey Stoner. Jack Miller has big things ahead of him


The Honda RCV1000R is not the rocketship Nicky Hayden had hoped it would be


Smiles all round. Alvaro Bautista is earning his ride this year


Does the old man still have it?


Gambling man: Danny Kent has dropped back to the Moto3 class hoping for a shot at the title


Broken leg? What broken leg?


Determination in the eyes of Jorge Lorenzo


On your marks ...


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Sat, 2014-03-22 18:54
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Night becomes day for Cal Crutchlow


Meet the new boss. Aleix Espargaro has blown everyone away at Qatar


Valentino Rossi's led-lit helmet looks great under the floodlights


Not a happy bunny. Lorenzo will have to wait for Le Mans for some help with the tires


Mike Leitner, a big part of Dani Pedrosa's 25 MotoGP wins


This is a big year for Stefan Bradl. Podium or bust


Broke his leg 6 weeks ago, and straight back to the top. No stopping Marc Marquez


Crazy Joe casts a long shadow in the Losail Night


The joy of having fuel to burn. Still among the slowest along the straight


Penny for your thoughts, Scott Redding?


Danilo Petrucci raises sparks in the night


Nicky Hayden in green. Takes some getting used to


Testing at Qatar is paying dividends for Alvaro Bautista


Don't mess with Texas


Dirt tracking - that's how Marquez broke his leg last time...


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Fri, 2014-03-21 13:58
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Here's to a colorful 2014


Winning is one thing. Defending, though ...


It takes plenty of cat-herding...


... to get racers to sit still for five minutes


Taka Nakagami's Idemitsu Honda Kalex looks stunning under the lights. Fast too.


Episode IV: A New Hope


Rossi has some new hope too


Tito Rabat, human spider


Jack Miller, the man who would be Moto3 champ


Worried faces over tires and fuel


Because this man can't get edge grip from the heat-resistant 2014 tires


It's a steep learning curve for Scott Redding. Technical problems don't really help


Dani Pedrosa is so often overlooked. Until you look at his record.


Maverick Viñales has taken no time at all to get up to speed in Moto2


Silvano Galbusera, who replaced Jerry Burgess as Rossi's crew chief. So far, so good.

 


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