This year Bevel
Heaven's owner Steve
Allen didn't put on a Museo for Ducati North America during the
MotoGP on Ducati Island as per usual.......
Instead he was a roving photographer throughout the weekend with
an all access media credential courtesy Moto-Euro Magazine.
This page will act as the index for several sections of photo
galleries with links to each
below. Some photos are decent, some are not so good...
I just put the best ones up. All photos copyright Steve Allen - All Rights
Reserved. Photos posted are for viewing purposes only and can
not be copied, forwarded, saved or otherwise used in any manner
without the express written permission from Steve Allen. All photos can
be purchased in their original 3008 x 2000 pixel electronic format for a fee depending on use.
Contact Steve Allen if interested 925 586-6420.
MotoGP Race & Practice
Action - click HERE
MotoGP Paddock - click HERE
AMA Superbike & Supersport Practice & Races - click
AMA Paddock - click HERE
Ducati Island Happenings -
Hill House Dinner (Bevelheads &
Pantaheads) - click
DOC President's Dinner Hosted by
Ducati North America and Cannery Row - click
Steve Allen standing where you wish you could stand up in the
corkscrew as seen through
a 10.5mm fisheye lens - Brian J in the background.
Sunglasses by SUTRO, Photo by Gary Rather
MORE THAN 143,000 WITNESS
'07 RED BULL U.S. GRAND PRIX
STONER DOMINATES MOTOGP
Another large crowd was on hand as Australian Casey
Stoner stormed to victory in Sunday's Red Bull U.S.
Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The
21-year-old Stoner led start to finish -- 32 laps around
the 2.238-mile Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. His sixth win
of the season puts him 44 points ahead of Valentino
Rossi after 11 of 18 rounds in the MotoGP World
Another Australian, Chris Vermuelen, finished second,
while Italian Marco Melandri finished third for the
second consecutive year.
More than 143,000 people witnessed this year's race,
making it the largest spectator event in Monterey
Next year's Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix is scheduled for
July 18-20. (4th annual)
MONTEREY, Calif. (July 19, 2007) – Mazda
Raceway Laguna Seca officials today
announced July 18-20, 2008 are the dates
for the fourth annual Red Bull U.S.
Grand Prix, featuring round 11 of 18 in
the 2008 MotoGP World Championship. The
date for the event is tentative, subject
to the release of the full FIM calendar
2008 race marks the fourth consecutive
visit for MotoGP teams and riders to the
historic Monterey circuit, where they
will be joined by the AMA Superbike
Championship (AMA classes to be
for the event go on sale this November.
Reserved camping and hospitality tickets
go on sale November 1, while all other
tickets – general admission, grandstand,
paddock, parade lap and parking – go on
sale November 5.
and information for the remaining events
in the 50th Anniversary season at Mazda
Raceway Laguna Seca are available by
calling (800) 327-SECA or on-line at
Australian's Chris Vermuelen and Casey
Stoner at the press conference after the MotoGP Race
"good onya, mate - but I'm going to get yer arse next round"
Casey Stoner winding down through the
The start of the AMA Superbike race - Ben
Casey Stoner entering the corkscrew
The "Texas Tornado" Colin Edwards showing
off his new team colors and trick T shirt launcher
Casey Stoner exiting the corkscrew
AMA Superbike Champion Ben Spies exiting
Turn 11 during the Superbike race
Chris Vermuelen exiting the top of the
The Ducati Desmosedicci two seater with
Randy Mamola giving a ride to some celeb.