Cormac Shoots Portimão: A Fitting End To An Up And Down Season |

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Miguel Oliveira’s win at Portimão was huge for Portugal. A shame no fans could be there to witness history

Learning the track: cycle round to check the bumps

Walk around to check the surface

2020 has not gone the way Maverick Viñales hoped

Pol Espargaro had hoped to get a win before left KTM. KTM got a win at Portimão, Espargaro didn’t

Last dance for Cal Crutchlow

Pecco Bagnaia’s race ended when Joan Mir t-boned the Pramac Ducati rider and dislocated his shoulder

Joan Mir’s weekend in a nutshell: the newly-crowned champ was battling well down the field until his electronics gave up the ghost

Andrea Dovizioso had one last outing with the Factory Ducati squad, before taking off for a sabbatical

Johann Zarco said he knew it was safe to cross the track despite the white smoke billowing out of his bike. It was not a comforting sight

Shades of Phillip Island at Portimão? A little, perhaps

Franco Morbidelli and Jack Miller are becoming a familiar sight in Parc Ferme


One last outing in blue, before heading to the Petronas Yamaha squad

Made it. Carmelo Ezpeleta and Jorge Viegas accept a round of applause for putting on 14 MotoGP rounds, a feat which few expected was possible

Thanks Cal. A good man steps back

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