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Rossi not here “just to spend time”
Brivio: ‘Not easy’ leaving Suzuki
Morbidelli/Rossi bond won't change
SRT: Rossi won’t have less pressure
Petronas on 2020 MotoGP title loss

Valentino Rossi says he is not racing “just to spend time” and has set his sights on fighting for victories in the 2021 MotoGP season with Petronas SRT.

Davide Brivio says it was “not easy” to leave Suzuki’s MotoGP title-winning squad to become Alpine’s Formula 1 racing director, but thought he would regret not making the move.

MotoGP 2020 runner-up Franco Morbidelli says “nothing will change” between himself and Valentino Rossi as Petronas SRT teammates as “nothing is as big as friendship”.

Petronas SRT team director Johan Stigefelt doesn’t believe nine-time grand prix world champion Valentino will have less pressure on him as a satellite MotoGP rider in 2021.

Petronas SRT team principal Razlan Razali admits his squad appeared “more upset” at losing the 2020 MotoGP title than Yamaha was, but stresses this situation has been “addressed”.

Petronas SRT unveils 2021 MotoGP livery with Rossi and Morbidelli

Petronas SRT has become the latest MotoGP team to unveil the livery its 2021 challengers will race in the new season with revised line-up Franco Morbidelli and Valentino Rossi.

Espargaro: Pressure “high” to learn Honda without Marquez

Pol Espargaro admits the pressure to learn how to ride the Honda MotoGP bike in the Qatar test will be “high” without Marc Marquez present to use as a reference.

Honda: Marquez will still be himself on MotoGP return

Honda team boss Alberto Puig says Marc Marquez "will still find a way" to be himself when he makes his long-awaited MotoGP return from injury.

Podcast: What kind of Marc Marquez will we get this year?

Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez made his first public press appearance since July last Monday at Honda’s launch event and offered an update on his injury situation.

Pramac reveals 2021 MotoGP livery with all-new line-up

The Pramac Ducati MotoGP squad has pulled the covers off of its 2021 livery, which will be raced by its all-new line-up of Johann Zarco and Jorge Martin.

Marquez "never thought" MotoGP career was over after injury
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Marquez "never thought" MotoGP career was over after injury

Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez insists he "never thought I will not race again" during his injury layoff in 2020 after breaking his arm at the Spanish Grand Prix.

MotoGP paddock mourns loss of team boss Gresini

Tributes to double 125cc world champion and veteran team boss Fausto Gresini have flooded in from the MotoGP paddock following his tragic death on Tuesday. 

MotoGP boss Gresini dies after two-month long COVID battle

Double 125cc world champion and veteran MotoGP team boss Fausto Gresini has died at the age of 60 in hospital in Italy after a two-month battle with COVID-19.

Australian GP considering November date swap with MotoGP

A permanent date swap between Australia's Formula 1 and MotoGP races is on the table for 2022 and beyond.

Marquez unsure when he will make MotoGP return
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Marquez unsure when he will make MotoGP return

Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez admits he doesn't know when he will make his return to racing from injury, and confirms he will not ride in the Qatar test.

Honda reveals 2021 MotoGP bike, Marquez makes public return

The factory Honda MotoGP team has unwrapped its 2021 challenger at event with new rider Pol Espargaro and six-time world champion Marc Marquez.

Why Alex Marquez doesn't care about 'shutting up' MotoGP critics Prime

Why Alex Marquez doesn't care about 'shutting up' MotoGP critics

Alex Marquez's form was one of MotoGP 2020's biggest surprises and, by firmly stepping out of his six-time world champion brother Marc's shadow, he proved a few people wrong. Not that he cares about this, as he tells Lewis Duncan

LCR reveals livery for Nakagami's 2021 MotoGP bike

LCR Honda has taken the covers off Takaaki Nakagami's 2021 bike ahead of the start of the new MotoGP season in Qatar next month.

Alex Marquez had to stop Marc giving him MotoGP advice

Alex Marquez admits there was a stage in his rookie MotoGP season where he had to stop his world champion brother Marc giving him advice as it became too much.

LCR unwraps Alex Marquez’s 2021 MotoGP bike

The LCR team has pulled the covers off Alex Marquez’s 2021 MotoGP challenger, as the 2019 Moto2 world champion joins the Honda satellite squad this season.

Yamaha explains why Morbidelli wasn’t given factory bike

Yamaha MotoGP team principal Lin Jarvis says 2020 runner-up Franco Morbidelli deserves a factory-spec M1, but it simply wasn’t possible to give him one for 2021.

MotoGP updates Qatar COVID-19 measures

The MotoGP paddock will be subject to a strict lockdown protocol for the Qatar test and double-header to ensure the 2021 season can get underway safely.

How Yamaha's new MotoGP era can unchain Vinales Prime

How Yamaha's new MotoGP era can unchain Vinales

After the electrifying start to his Yamaha MotoGP career in 2017, Maverick Vinales has struggled for consistency. Many anticipate that the arrival of Fabio Quartararo could spell disaster, but the departure of Valentino Rossi could be just the impetus he needs.

Does KTM really need 'super engine' for MotoGP title challenge? Prime

Does KTM really need 'super engine' for MotoGP title challenge?

Fears from rival MotoGP manufacturers that KTM would build a 'super engine' for 2021 have ultimately come to nothing with the revealation that the RC16 hasn't been radically changed over the winter. But does it really need that to win the title?

How Ducati's latest Aussie union can return it to MotoGP glory Prime

How Ducati's latest Aussie union can return it to MotoGP glory

Australians on Ducatis is an iconic partnership, the marque's last one yielding its sole MotoGP crown to date. But its latest Aussie union with the often underestimated Jack Miller can end this drought.