Images from the Spanish Grand Prix

images by Marco Guidetti


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Iannone ran at the front for a few laps until he too lost the front and tossed the Suzuki to the sky/ground/sky.
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Pedrosa earned his first victory since 2015 at Jerez.
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The feel-good podium of the season thus-far.
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No one is to talk to Rossi on the grid but when you’re Spanish royalty your whole life is based around the phrase “normal rules do not apply”.
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So many times Lorenzo’s weekend depends on how he feels on Thursday. This time he decided the Ducati wasn’t so bad and everything fell into place.
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Jerez–a pre-computer track with modern amenities. Kind of like that Laguna would be if the locals gave a damn.
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Maverick said from the warm-up lap that his front tire was defective. Michelin denied it but sent it in for testing.
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At CoTA Rossi was picking off riders and passing at will. At Jerez he was seemingly being passed at will.
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Zarco–possibly the biggest story so far of 2017.
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Seeing Alex Marquez climbing over the barriers is not a rare sight but this time he was celebrating while doing so. He won his first Moto2 race at Jerez.
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The only way the race at Jerez could have been worse for Rossi is if he crashed.
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Spanish track, crowd and podium. Plus the King (of Spain, not Roberts).
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Giacomo Agostini–the most successful GP rider of all time. All the more happy when Rossi struggles as it’s one more race that Vale won’t be able to add to his tally.


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