Scott Jones' Valencian Adventure - A View Of Race Day

Champions finish the season in the style they started it

The story of the Moto3 title race in a single frame: Jack Miller did all he could to win it, but he had only Isaac Viñales between himself and Alex Marquez

In the end, there were a lot of riders behind Valentino Rossi, and only one ahead

Remind me again, was this a job for duct tape, or WD40?

Nervous faces along pit lane as rain fell. In the end, only Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Iannone came in to swap bikes

One of the most exciting spots on the calendar: Turn 14 at Valencia

A tale of two riders

Better luck next year, Mr Lorenzo

Andrea Iannone led during the early part of the race. He needs to learn to lead in the final laps

Dani Pedrosa's worst season in a while wasn't for want of trying

With every passing race, Gigi Dall'Igna looks more and more like Ducati's savior

Brothers at war: the Espargaros may love each other, but they love beating each other just as much

Moto3 produced a finale worthy of the best season of racing we have seen for a while

Funny that the future of MotoGP should include a 35-year-old. But he proved it does

HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto loves his riders. Above all, he loves his winners


When the rain came, Jorge Lorenzo went backwards, and the Ducatis went forwards

2014 has been a great season for MotoGP, with close battles all through the field

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