Cometh the hour, cometh the man: Silverstone was Fabio Quartararo's weekend
Fast and flowing is what makes Silverstone so glorious
Aleix Espargaro was stronger than anyone expected...
... eventually grabbing Aprilia's first podium in the four-stroke MotoGP era. A remarkable revival for the Noale factory
Aleix' podium followed hot on the heels of brother Pol's pole from the day before. A good weekend for the Espargaro siblings
Life at speed, KTM style
Crashes in Silverstone tend to be fast. This one put an end to Enea Bastianini's attempt to get through to Q2
The MotoGP equivalent of the walk of shame: the sprint to the service road in search of a photographer with a scooter for a ride back to the pits
Iker Lecuona is just starting to get into his stride at Tech3. Sadly for the Spaniard, it is too late for him to save his seat in MotoGP
While Alex Rins fought it out for the podium ...
Suzuki Ecstar teammate Joan Mir struggled to ninth, getting passed by Brad Binder, Alex Marquez, and Iker Lecuona
Complex formalities: Jorge Martin knew he cut the inside of Turn 8 on his fast lap, and so wasn't on pole, but then had to be told to go to Parc Fermé anyway as fastest independent rider
In light of his severe bowel problems, Takaaki Nakagami did well to finish thirteenth
Pecco Bagnaia still had hope on the grid, until his rear Michelin failed him
Bagnaia's race was a lot of this: trying to hold other riders off, and failing, eventually finishing fourteenth
Substitute: Cal Crutchlow took Maverick Viñales' place in the factory Yamaha team at his home race
Ramon Aurin performs the delicate balancing act between crew chief and umbrella holder for Pol Espargaro
Jack Miller needed a good race at Silverstone. Jack Miller had a good race at Silverstone
Fast By Fabio
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