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.

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

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

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The view from above.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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