MotoGP: Austin Through The Lens of Les Kalman

MotoGP: Austin Through The Lens of Les Kalman

Written by  on Monday, 14 April 2014 13:24

Inside Motorcycle's own Les Kalman made the trip to Austin, TX to capture all the action from the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas.


Marc Marquez (93) and Dani Pedrosa separated themselves from the field, with Marquez taking the win.

Nicky Hayden (69) is seen here chasing Pedrosa (26). Hayden brough his Honda home in 11th.

The view from above.

Jorge Lorenzo jumped the start in Texas, resulting in a ridethrough penalty. He finished 10th.

Alviro Baustista was sitting in the middle of the pack until he went down after the halfway point.


Aleix Espargaro got off to a mid-pack start and through solid laps managed to move up a few spots to finish in 9th.

Sometimes finishing fourth is the worst spot and that is where Stefan Bradl found himself, missing third by less than two seconds.

Cal Crutchlow was off to a strong start until he went down near the halfway mark.

That is the view that the rest of the field saw at the end of the race.

Bradley Smith (38) chased Bradl (6) right to the finish and couldn't quite catch him, finishing two tenths of a second behind him.

Autograph sessions at a MotoGP can be a crazy time, especially if your name is Rossi.


Last modified on Monday, 14 April 2014 15:56

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