The fastest man in the world on his day. And Sunday was Maverick Viñales' day
Valentino Rossi, Carmelo Ezpeleta, and Jorge Viegas. The Dorna CEO and FIM President meet the boss of MotoGP
The champion had a decent race Sunday. Joan Mir started from tenth and almost ended up in second
Bad night for Danilo Petrucci. His race ended in the second corner
Ducati's shapeshifter is really obvious on corner exit. They have had to move the 'salad box' and fuel tank to accommodate the wheel.
The Aprilia really has made a step forward in 2021. The bike stayed in one piece, and Aleix Espargaro brought it home in seventh.
Keeping cool is vital in Qatar. Fabio Quartararo uses a cooling vest from Alpinestars before putting his leathers on
They weren't fast at Qatar, but the Tech3 KTMs looked fantastic under the lights. Iker Lecuona's helmet sets off the paint scheme perfectly. Now just get faster
Pecco Bagnaia came good for Ducati Lenovo squad, getting on the podium in his first race for the factory team
Franco Morbidelli's 2019 Yamaha M1. Morbidelli is still the only rider to use the carbon fiber swingarm
Like a lot of riders on Sunday night, Alex Rins was fast early and then used up his tires
Jorge Martin in a Suzuki sandwich. A lightning fast start, followed by dropping through the field like a stone
Jack Miller talks to Ducati Corse boss Gigi Dall'Igna. To the side, the Amazon crew filming Life at Speed, the series following the riders, hoping to emulate the success of Netflix' Drive to Survive
Miguel Oliveira expressed his irritation with Michelin for not bringing a usable front tire to Qatar
Old rider, new team, same problems
For a rider who isn't supposed to be able to battle, Maverick Viñales made some outstanding passes in the race
A front row start, but Fabio Quartararo ran out of rear tire in the race. But he came home fifth. That was a good result on a bad day
The Espargaro brothers turned out to be inseparable
What victory looks like
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