Top 10 photos of the week: 2016-07-20

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Top 10 photos of the week: 2016-07-20

Welcome to this week's top 10 photos chosen by our own photo editors featuring an all Le Mans lineup. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did selecting these photos.

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10. Tony Kanaan, Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet

10. Tony Kanaan, Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet
1/10

Photo by: IndyCar Series

Toronto Exhibition Place is one of the most scenic circuits on the IndyCar calendar, and with beautiful weather and good racing, there were lots of good photos to choose from this weekend.

9. #25 Algarve Pro Racing Ligier JSP2 Nissan: Andrea Pizzitola, Michael Munemann, Jonathan Hirschi

9. #25 Algarve Pro Racing Ligier JSP2 Nissan: Andrea Pizzitola, Michael Munemann, Jonathan Hirschi
2/10

Photo by: Vision Sport Agency

We're fans of Batman and the Joker. We love racing, of course. And our kids like Mickey Mouse. Cool. But also creepy.

8. Start, Robert Wickens, Mercedes-AMG Team HWA, Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM, Christian Vietoris, Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke, Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM

8. Start, Robert Wickens, Mercedes-AMG Team HWA, Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM, Christian Vietoris, Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke, Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM
3/10

Photo by: Mario Bartkowiak

Zandvoort is steeped in history and it's nice to see the DTM circus racing here, as well as the decent crowd on those famous hills.

7. Mike Whiddett, Mazda MX-5

7. Mike Whiddett, Mazda MX-5
4/10

Photo by: Larry Chen / formulad.com

Drifting is great for photos, let's be honest.

6. Andrea Iannone, Ducati Team

6. Andrea Iannone, Ducati Team
5/10

Photo by: Ducati Corse

A nice angle from the Sachsenring, which is a unique venue for fans, riders and photographers alike.

5. #23 Panis Barthez Competition Ligier JS P2 Nissan: Fabien Barthez, Timothe Buret, Paul-Loup Chatin

5. #23 Panis Barthez Competition Ligier JS P2 Nissan: Fabien Barthez, Timothe Buret, Paul-Loup Chatin
6/10

Photo by: Vision Sport Agency

Speaking of unique, the Red Bull Ring might be the most uniquely scenic track in the world, at least in Europe. It's stunningly beautiful.

4. Winner Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team

4. Winner Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team
7/10

Photo by: Honda Racing

Marquez is always great for a celebration shot. And this happens to be a nice clean (background) moment. This is what sports photographers strive for: a nice moment, with a nice background.

3. #300 Kamaz: Dmitry Sotnikov, Ruslan Akhmadeev, Ivan Romanov

3. #300 Kamaz: Dmitry Sotnikov, Ruslan Akhmadeev, Ivan Romanov
8/10

Photo by: Red Bull Content Pool

The mighty Kamaz truck continues its long trek from Moscow to Beijing crossing dunes fit for the Sahara.

2. Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha Factory Racing crash

2. Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha Factory Racing crash
9/10

Photo by: Toni Börner

We finish with two crash photos from the MotoGP weekend in Germany. In this first one, Lorenzo's leg just looks wrong. He was lucky to walk away from this one.

1. Sam Lowes, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 crash

1. Sam Lowes, Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 crash
10/10

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

And our top photo features a perfectly timed upside-down bike. The obvious choice!
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