Cormac Shoots Emilia-Romagna: Glorious Images From Misano 2

Misano 2 was Pecco Bagnaia's race to lose. Something he promptly did. But he'll be back

A crash in FP1 was a sign of a tough weekend ahead for Alex Rins

Up and down in Misano for KTM. Misano 2 was definitely up, with Pol Espargaro ending up on the podium

Winner last week, but sick all weekend for Misano 2. Things didn't go to plan for Franco Morbidelli

The old man can still get it up

You wouldn't have put money on this happening after Misano 1

The Suzuki is one of the few bikes left without a holeshot device, the tail of the bike riding high

Compare and contrast with Jack Miller's Ducati, and how the rear squats on corner exit as he deploys the GP20's shapeshifter

Valentino Rossi prepares

Pol Espargaro put up a valiant battle to hold off Joan Mir and Fabio Quartararo, but couldn't quite make it

It is no small miracle that the MotoGP field makes it through the first two turns at Misano mostly unharmed

Brad Binder watches and learns

Cornering technique, El Diablo style

Bradley Smith is doing what he can to secure a ride for next year. But he will need to get faster, and soon

The aftermath of Valentino Rossi's race crash: wings and fairings flapping about in the wind

At this point, it looked like game over. But Pecco Bagnaia couldn't stay upright, and Maverick Viñales profited as a result

Just imagine what the championship would look like if Joan Mir could qualify well

Viñales style

Best joke of the weekend. Andrea Dovizioso has Unemployed on his leathers because he lost a bet and is leading the championship

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You don't like seeing riders come off but what a shot. I don't think I've ever seen that angle on a crash before nor one so tight in. Cracking work!

With the endless crashes all the riding gear people must be flat out repairing and replacing.