Memory Lane, Part 3: The Sachsenring, As Seen By Scott Jones, An Encore

Scott Jones took too many fantastic photographs at the Sachsenring, so many that we've had to split our review of them over two days. Double the quantity, double the pleasure, and what better way to get 2010 started?

Wheelies whatever the weather

Colin Edwards takes the art of looking through the corner to the extreme

Best helmet of the year for Niccolo Canepa

The weather at the Sachsenring was best described as changeable

Alex Debon ran his own racing program, sponsored by his local airport

Marc Marquez, the next big thing in Spain

Neither wind nor rain ...

Alvaro Bautista, demonstrating the phrase "Neither wind nor rain..."

"Neither wind nor rain," no, scratch that second one...

Julian Simon came, saw, and conquered

The Fantastic Four, as fantastic as ever

The story of the Sachsenring race, encapsulated by Scott Jones

The irony of losing by just 0.099 seconds was not lost on Jorge Lorenzo

The reason they live the spartan life of a professional motorcycle racer

#65, in case you hadn't noticed

Fast and furry, Marco Simoncelli

The runaway train came over the hill and she blew

Bradley Smith had a tough race in Germany. First he slid off of his own accord

Then he was punted off from behind...

So his frustration was understandable

Scott Redding, #45

What fast looks like

Intensity was not lacking from Nicky Hayden this year

The office. Or at least Alvaro Bautista's office

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