Monster has made a fortune selling hyped-up sugar water, which has afforded them some of the best walking advertisements in the biz.
Who says Ducati and Harley fans can’t get along?
Jager. Enough said.
Tony the Tiger never had this kind of company.
Rizoma keeps it classy at all levels of its business.
There are three certainties you can expect when venturing to an American MotoGP event. The first is the battle for cell phone bandwidth while attempting to post cool Facebook photos alongside thousands of others with the same idea. The second is the Disneyland-high prices you’ll pay for food and drink in between races. And third, the packs of promo models and umbrella girls that’ll most certainly divert your attention away from the track. The latter is by far the most enjoyable of the three and right up there with the raucous exhaust note of a GP bike. For all those who missed this year’s MotoGP festivities, we painstakingly rounded up and photographed the eye candy spotted both at Laguna Seca and Indy for your viewing pleasure.
TOP 3 Moments Captured At The Track
1. 2012 is the last year you’ll see Rossi riding a Duc. It is back to Yamaha for what will hopefully be a final chapter of health and happiness.
2. You could spend a day checking out the masses of motorcycles parked across the dusty hills of Laguna Seca
3. Ben Spies, one of the few Americans in MotoGP, voiced tensions with Yamaha after announcing he’d be leaving the team next year. Don’t expect Yamaha’s remaining factory rider, Jorge Lorenzo, to get along quite so well with his new teammate.