Testing means special testing helmets. Joan Mir's was one of the best. An important test if Suzuki is to regain the ground it lost
The brakes are one thing the rookies really have to get their heads around. Luca Marini shows Darryn Binder how it's done at Turn 6
Jerez is close to the Costa de la Luz, a stretch of coast beloved by artists for its light. November tests are motorcycle racing's homage to art
SRT becomes RNF, and new uniforms, albeit temporary. Andrea Dovizioso gets a big upgrade with a '22 spec Yamaha M1
The advantage of having a lot of riders is a lot of people to try the new stuff. Jorge Martin tries out Ducati's new aero package
Testing is about finding the limit. Just ask Franco Morbidelli
Jack Miller called it the "didgeridoo", the massive exhaust for the front cylinder bank, seen here on Pecco Bagnaia's machine
Engine test or distraction? It is the sort of thing you would put on to distract from something you don't want people to look at
Are you really a revelation if we already suspect you are fast? Enea Bastianini ripped up the test at Jerez on a GP21
If the fairing looks familiar, it's because you have seen something similar on the Ducati. Miguel Oliveira tests the new aero on the KTM
Most interesting aspect was the revised air intake, with hollow section around it. Improving turbulence around the boundary of the intake?
Maverick Viñales may have been hand over his winter testing crown, but he was still absurdly fast at the Jerez test. When it doesn't count.
Pol Espargaro was happy after the test. HRC have finally built a bike which is a fraction less likely to hurt you, badly.
Carbon goodness. But note the sensor on the frame, top right
Raul Fernandez set to work at Jerez with a point to prove, after losing out to his teammate in the Moto2 championship
The Moto2 world champion made up the gap to Fernandez, despite the fact that Remy Gardner was still riding with broken ribs
Fabio Di Giannantonio, surprisingly the best of the rookies
Luca Marini made progress in his first year, will have to step up in 2022
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