Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas' victories have been attributed to his fondness for porridge for his breakfast. After another crushing defeat to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Portugal, he may want to consider Petronas SRT MotoGP rider Franco Morbidelli's alternative of "dynamite" after his romp to victory in the Teruel Grand Prix.
The Italian beat Suzuki's Alex Rins by 2.2 seconds having led all but the first five corners of Sunday's second Aragon outing - a crash for poleman Takaaki Nakagami on the LCR Honda clearing the way for Morbidelli.
Perhaps if the Honda rider stayed mounted, Morbidelli's afternoon might have been made a little bit more complicated. But while all were singing Nakagami's praises on Saturday following his first pole and the strong race pace he showed in FP4, Morbidelli was equally as threatening.