I couldn't resist sharing it with you. Reading the news of MotoGP I come across this poster designed manga style for the next Japanese Grand Prix to be held in October - also in higher resolution -. The Japanese, once again, mark their beloved career with their own style that, this time, seems to be safe from the boycott of the great pilots due to its proximity to Fukushima.
Well, as if it were a comic book cover, just with a glance we can get an idea of who is who on the particular MotoGP grid. Yes, there are many drivers missing, but the ones that appear are undoubtedly the ones who are giving more to talk about. On the one hand we have Casey stoner, trophy in hand and with an amazing resemblance to the real one. Above, and at the same time behind, appears Valentino rossi - with ample experience in the world - smiling. Aside Jorge Lorenzo, to the other, but below, Dani pedrosa, expectant. In the background, the guys from the Monster Yamaha Tech3, Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow, pointing to the official mounts. By the way, it seems that I'm not the only one who sees That crazy look in Cal's eyes.
A curious and funny vision of what must be the best speed championship in the world, which, as GPone's friends point out, leaves out pilots like Ben Spies.
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