At Home With Scott Jones - Laguna Seca World Superbike Race Day

Unstoppable. No one could stand in Chaz Davies' way at Laguna

Kawasaki introduced a new sport to Laguna Seca: Synchronized sliding

California has been suffering one the worst droughts in its history. Instant cure? Hold a motorcycle race!

Davide Giugliano proudly wears the #34. Good job it hasn't been retired in WSBK

The last time the pack saw which way Chaz Davies went

Ayrton Badovini hasn't been able to make the BMW fly this year

That #1 would look a hell of a lot better without the headlight stickers

There has been plenty of discussion over the Ducati's new exhaust. Silhouette has some shadowy interpretations

Niccolo Canepa has stepped in for Nico Terol and done well

Turn 2 proved tough to get through for quite a few WSBK men

Twice Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea went all the way to the line. Twice Sykes beat his teammate

Rain flags waved in race 2, but the rain never really settled in

It's been a long year for Randy De Puniet

Leon Camier has ridden just about every racing motorcycle known to engineering. A good fit on the MV Agusta

When we said we loved California skies, we meant the blue ones. Can we send these back?

The face of the future. Can Honda keep Michael van der Mark?

Take only memories, leave only footprints. Well, tire marks...

Some of the best battles at Laguna were in the middle of the pack

Take it to the bridge

The Corkscrew. Not Laguna's best corner, but it's most famous


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... can anyone remember the last time a WSB race was exciting to watch? 'Well-played' to the few hardy Americans who paid to watch this tedium - almost double the number than at Donington Park in a blindingly boring British dominated championship. The Stranglers once sang 'something better change' - in WSB it did, but for the worse.