Scott Jones 2014 Retrospective: Part 3 - Le Mans


Pro tip: how to keep your clutch plates in order

Le Mans turned out some good battles. Dovizioso led a close group early on ...

... while Rossi took over at the front a few laps later

The official Moto2 and Moto3 tire supplier even has a bridge and corner named after them...

Mika Kallio shows emotion. A rare sight from the cool Finn

Comfort is everything, next to protection

One of the most famous sights in all of motor sports

Every race track should have a big wheel

The Hayden Hustle

A glimpse of the future: Le Mans was one place where Pol Espargaro could play with a Moto2 style on the Yamaha

Marc Mirage

His second podium of the season, Le Mans was the point at which we knew Valentino Rossi was back

Ready for Raccordement

Job done

Miller vs Rins was as tough as Miller vs Marquez

Mechanics always manage to retain a remarkable sense of calm when riders bring their bikes back like this

Everything else is just waiting

Now try to clear your mind

Le Mans was a tale of two Yamahas

Mr Miller

Alvaro Bautista had good days and bad days in 2014. A podium meant that Le Mans was a good day

Brake, turn, release. Jorge Lorenzo makes it look much simpler than it is

Stefan Bradl, getting ready to stand it up and fire it along the front straight


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