When winter begins, motorcycle enthusiasts prepare for a long fast from the races, which then ends in February, when the MotoGP is back on track with tests in Malaysia. To get through the wait, there's a race that has now become a "classic" and brings together many riders from the World Championship.
It's the 100 km of Champions organized by Valentino Rossi at his Ranch in Tavullia. This year, the race was pretty crowded, with 42 riders at the starting line, for two days of drifting and adrenaline.
The race in pairs was won by the Doctor and his brother, Luca Marini, while Morbidelli and Migno won the silver medal, and the Americans, Beach and Halbert, came in third. Many faced the corners at the Ranch on flat-track bikes: from Baldassarri and Manzi, to Bezzecchi to Arenas, and even Rins, Rabat, Aegerteer, Fernandez, Herrera, Bastianini, Vietti, Pasini, and many others.
A special event that only a few were lucky enough to see live. Here's a recap of the day in an exclusive video.
Turn up the volume, and enjoy the show.