Photo: Casey Stoner tackles the corkscrew July 22, 2010 By Wes Siler Tweet Photo: Matthew Murray The photo composite clearly demonstrates the dramatic left/right transition and elevation change that is Laguna Seca’s corkscrew. Honda rider Casey Stoner‘s line is perfect, but if you’re Ducati’s Valentino Rossi, you can just cut through the dirt. Oakley via MotoBlog.it Sean Smith Damn italian taking the easy way out… HammSammich This is still a really cool photo, but when I first saw it, I thought it was some kind of impossible motorcycle stunt team riding in formation. Sort of like a high performance version of the Seattle Cossacks http://www.seattlecossacks.com/ . The Grudz “The gravel give a good grip!” flumpies honda? i think you mean ducati (still) http://muthalovin.com the_doctor Oh man, look at #69 on the Repsol machine behind Casey! Wait, what year is it? AK Is Vale riding the Duc at MRLS? If he’s riding the Yamaha still for the remainder of the season, you should/need to reference him as Yamaha’s rider… …but yay for Rossi on the Ducati, whenever it may be. kavs Saw the USGP live here in 89-91. john Kocinski would wheelie between these two turns (8 and 8A). I don’t recall seeing anyone else do that. Schwantz would actually take his left foot off the peg to reposition here, again unique to him. alex I’m holding a prayer session at my house race day to call forth the foot of Godzilla to smote this piece of puppy poo, please join me. Brian Isn’t Rossi a Yamaha rider?