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Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP promoters Dorna Sports, says his organisation will “help to find” a place on the 2021 grid for Britain’s only full-time premier class rider Cal Crutchlow.
Future factory Yamaha MotoGP rider Fabio Quartararo says reigning world champion Marc Marquez has forced the entire championship to train harder, and has prompted the Frenchman to rethink his approach.
Contract negotiations between Ducati and Andrea Dovizioso for the 2021 MotoGP season are still on hold, with Dovizioso’s manager confirming no proposal has been made to his rider still.
From taking time to assess his MotoGP future to having the decision effectively made for him, Valentino Rossi has made the first steps on the path to joining the satellite Petronas Yamaha squad.
While certain key players are tied down for the foreseeable future, there remain significant question marks about the 2021 MotoGP rider roster, and the indefinite pause resulting from the coronavirus pandemic has created further complications
Honda team manager Alberto Puig believes MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has responded to the coronavirus pandemic better than “hesitant” Formula 1 owner Liberty Media.
Just months after retiring from racing, three-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo will return to MotoGP race action with a wildcard outing in Barcelona with Yamaha. Many have questioned this decision, which comes with its own set of risks
As Yamaha and Suzuki look to the future and plan to curtail Honda's dominance, Ducati's options are limited to what it already has
Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says it's possible a replacement for the cancelled Qatar MotoGP race could take place earlier than the new season start in Argentina.
FIM President Jorge Viegas admits MotoGP could resort to running two races in a single weekend should the coronavirus outbreak force more races to be cancelled.
MotoGP's Grand Prix of the Americas event has been thrown into significant doubt following the declaration of a state of emergency in host city Austin due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Andrea Iannone now looks unlikely to make the first race of the 2020 MotoGP season in Qatar next month, as a resolution on his doping case still hasn't been found.