Second year in the premier class. Is 2020 the year of Fabio Quartararo?
Jack Miller on the Desmosedici GP20. A few riders commented at how the rear seemed to stay low under acceleration, as if Ducati have found a way to keep the holeshot device activated out of corners
Brad Binder, learning that a MotoGP machine needs to be subdued to be ridden
Alex Marquez: shaking off the 'brother of' label and performing becoming a rider in his own right
When you own the title sponsor, you are free to do what you want with the livery. Joan Mir on the stunning Ecstar Suzuki GSX-RR
Valentino Rossi was a lot less inclined to think about retirement on Sunday night than he had been on the Thursday before the test started
KTM's other test rider, Mika Kallio. Still plenty fast
But not fast enough to finish third on day 2, as Dani Pedrosa did. Pedrosa is worth his weight in gold to KTM
Another surprise returnee: Jorge Lorenzo now on testing duties for Yamaha, and mildly miffed not to be riding the 2020 bike
Egret (foreground) and Rins (background)
His fourth bike in sixteen months: Johann Zarco aiming to be good enough on the GP19 to earn a factory ride in 2021
Bum shoulder, new aero, but still plenty quick. Marc Marquez has his eyes on title number nine
Two years ago, Ducati test rider Michele Pirro was helping Jorge Lorenzo go faster on the Ducati. Now they wear different shirts, and both are test riders
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