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MotoGP Indianapolis in Photos 2012

Friday, August 24, 2012
Last weekend marked the second and final U.S. MotoGP race of the season at Indianapolis’ historic Brickyard circuit. It was a great weekend of racing with perfect weather, tons of entertainment—on and off the track. Take a look at some of our favorite photos courtesy of northern California-based photographer Christian Pondella.
The facility at The Brickyard is truly first-class.
The facility at The Brickyard is truly first-class.
MotoGP prototypes reached speeds near 210 mph at Indianapolis.
MotoGP prototypes reached speeds near 210 mph at Indy.
Red Bull continues to be an integral part of GP racing in America.
Red Bull continues to be an integral part of GP racing.
Cal Cruthlow crashes in the background at Indianpolis.
Cal Cruthlow crashes in the background at Indianpolis.
The Brickyard is one of the oldest circuits in America.
The Brickyard is one of the oldest circuits in America.
Stefan Bradl is coming on strong in the MotoGP class.
Stefan Bradl is coming on strong in the MotoGP class.
Red Bull ladies looking exquisite in Indianapolis.
Red Bull ladies looking exquisite in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis is one of the few places in America that has a racetrack integrated into the city.
The Indianapolis circuit is located near the downtown area.
Stefan Bradl in action at Indianapolis.
Stefan Bradl in action at Indianapolis.
Perfect weather graced this years Red Bull Indianapolis GP.
Perfect weather graced this year's Red Bull Indianapolis GP.
Over 60 000 fans visited The Brickyard for Sundays MotoGP race.
Over 60,000 fans visited The Brickyard for Sunday's MotoGP race.
Casey Stoner rode a courageous race competing with a broken ankle.
Casey Stoner rode a courageous race competing with a broken ankle.
2012 MotoGP Indianapolis Photo Gallery
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Hutchy   August 24, 2012 04:37 PM
Anyone else think its funny that the Monster rider is crashing out in the best Red Bull shot of the mix?
Hutchy   August 24, 2012 04:36 PM
I like Red Bull photographers. These shooters kick-ass!