Blake Wharton using some drifter car techniques to get his Geico Honda around a flat corner.
Gavin Faith was riding great in practice today. This privateer has a lot of talent to offer.
Martin Davalos taking his Pro Circuit Kawasaki quickly through a left handed corner.
Kyle Peters with a handful of throttle after the finish line.
Jace Owen showing us how large these jumps really are at Daytona.
AC letting the rear end float and keeping tracking through a new line he is creating.
Some riders today were using the walls built as jumps instead of rolling them.
Alex Martin floating high above the finish line.
This was after just one practice session.
Mike Alessi impressed everyone today when he was riding in the 3rd position during qualifying.
Dean Wilson hits the wall jump as he gets sprayed with Florida sand.
This is supercross suspension….could you imagine what stock would do?
Malcolm Stewart got calle dup to the 450 class for Daytona.
Ken Roczen hitting the wall on his Factory KTM.
You can shoot this wall a million different ways. Nothing really can describe how steep this thing really is.
Cole Seely attacking one of the harder sections of the course.
Adam Cianciarulo and Brett Mountain watch practice before going out for their second run at things.
Ryan Dungey taking the outside line. Just up ahead is where Villopoto had a huge crash in last practice.
A.J. Cantanzaro watching other riders hit the gator pit.
Justin Bogle making sure his 100% goggle were on right before take off.
Ryan Villopoto and Adam Cianciarulo both talked a lot in between practices today.
Yoshimura pipes on the Geico bikes.
The Geico Honda riders all looked incredibly fast in their practices today.
Adam Cianciarulo taking his Kawasaki over the wall.
Gavin Faith was one of the only privateers doing the table over table section today.
Alex Martin charging the on-off section.
Justin Bogle taking a turn with ease on his Geico Honda.
Adam Cianciarulo showing everyone how its done in a rut corner.
Dean Wilson was fastest in 450 qualifying.
Blake Baggett may have something for the 250 class tonight. He is extremely good in rough conditions like Daytona.
A.J. Catanzaro using his long legs to guide him around a flat corner.
Eli Tomac had a minor get off today and elected not to race.
Cole Seely looked very fast in practice.
James Stewart stretching out his body over the finish line.
Here is a body position photo if we’ve ever seen one. Perfection.
Ken Roczen using his GP skills to wheelie through section that other riders aren’t.
Ken Roczen not letting off one bit in the rollers today.
Justin Barcia was hitting the wall today and quadding into the mini rollers.
Cole attacking into the straight away.
Will Hahn launching himself into the rollers instead of going to the left.
James Stewart hitting the difficult finish line jump in practice.