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How many 4-stroke 250's can you fit in a frame?
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Long shadows, the heat still to come.
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Jorge Lorenzo leaving pits during FP4.
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Wins in all three classes, a great display by the red and yellow.
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Rossi leads Suzuki test rider Tsuda, for once The Doctor had no miracle cure for loss of grip come race day.
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Jorge Lorenzo, finally starting to look at home on the Ducati.
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Cal Crutchlow, much more relaxed minus a wasp in his leathers.
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Jonas Folger, continuing an impressive rookie season on the Tech-3 Yamaha.
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Dani Pedroa, resisted pressure and rode through difficult conditions to record the win.
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Moto3 winds around the hillside.
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Following the action and awaiting the first corner melee.
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Hospitality tents, and fans who had been on the coveted hillside spot since before sunrise.
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Bradley Smith, orange on orange, big step forward for the KTM and new big-bang engine.
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One to watch for the future. Pecco Bagnaia. extremely impressive 2nd place in only his 4th Moto2 race.
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Tom Luthi, Interwetten Kalex
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Tom Luthi, an uncharacteristic difficult ride to 8th place.
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Aggression in motion, Marquez pushed Pedrosa all the way until the final laps.
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The 46 flies high.
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Aleix Espargaro, Gresini Racing Aprilia
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Scott Redding, Pramac Ducati
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65 degrees lean angle, elbows and knees.
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Bradley Smith, Red Bull KTM
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Forty-sixes and phones
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