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Ezpeleta not ruling out reduced 2021 MotoGP calendar

Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says preserving MotoGP's current competitiveness is more important than swelling the calendar again in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. 

Lorenzo shoots down rumours of 2021 Ducati return

Jorge Lorenzo has rubbished rumours linking him with a return to Ducati in 2021, but admits he feels he’s still “capable” of winning the MotoGP title with the “right tools”.

Quartararo says why Rossi should consider Petronas

Fabio Quartararo says that Valentino Rossi would find a team that is no less professional than Yamaha's works MotoGP outfit should he extend his career with the satellite Petronas SRT squad.

Why Ducati's latest rider divorce was inevitable Prime

Why Ducati's latest rider divorce was inevitable

Confirming this week that he will be leaving Ducati at the end of 2020, Danilo Petrucci's exit had been on the cards since last year's Valencia MotoGP finale. Circumstances and a dip in form have worked against him, but Petrucci is a rider who still deserves his place on the grid.

Rossi: Lockdown has made me more relaxed about retirement

Valentino Rossi admits the coronavirus lockdown of the past two months has given him a more relaxed perspective on retirement as he continues to deliberate his MotoGP future beyond 2020.

Aprilia sets dates for testing return at Misano

The Aprilia MotoGP squad will resume testing for the first time since the coronavirus-induced shutdown took hold at Misano next weekend.

Lorenzo wins on Virtual MotoGP debut at Silverstone

Three-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo recovered from a lap-one tangle to win on his Virtual GP debut at Silverstone for Yamaha. 

Ducati contract talks with Dovizioso at a standstill

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.

Yamaha had to restrain eager Hamilton during ride swap

Yamaha MotoGP team director Massimo Meregalli has revealed the team had to “stop” an eager Lewis Hamilton from going out on track too early during his ride swap with Valentino Rossi last year.

Marquez doesn't want contract renewal without racing

Alex Marquez says he isn't keen on the idea of being handed a contract renewal with the Repsol Honda MotoGP squad without even having contested a single race for the team.

Why MotoGP manufacturers must bury self-interest to survive Prime

Why MotoGP manufacturers must bury self-interest to survive

MotoGP's teams have been in talks to reduce costs as the current global pandemic continues to wreak financial disaster. But the manufacturers involved need to band together against a common good, and be open to even more radical solutions

Crutchlow: No reason to think I'll retire this year

Cal Crutchlow says that “there’s no reason why I won’t be racing” in MotoGP in 2021, having previously said that he expected his current contract with Honda to be his last.

Suzuki wants to keep Rins, Mir beyond 2022

Suzuki MotoGP boss Davide Brivio says he hopes to keep his team's existing riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir beyond the term of their forthcoming anticipated contract extensions.

MotoGP manufacturers to hold coronavirus crisis talks

All six MotoGP manufacturers will meet this week to discuss cost-saving measures, including a freeze on engine development, in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

Dovizioso shocked by four-year Marquez Honda deal

Andrea Dovizioso admits he didn’t expect Marc Marquez to commit to Honda for four more years in MotoGP, saying he expected the reigning champion to switch manufacturer.

Iannone handed 18-month ban for doping

Aprilia MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has been handed an 18-month competition ban for an anti-doping infringement, but prosecutors conclude he did not purposefully take steroids.

Jerez WSBK round pushed back to October

The coronavirus outbreak has forced the upcoming Spanish World Superbike round at Jerez to be postponed until October, while the French round has also been moved back.

MotoGP calendar changed again after Argentina is delayed

The FIM and Dorna Sports have announced that the MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix has been postponed a day after it was confirmed as the new season opener.

Nagashima: Tomizawa thoughts helped ease my nerves

Tetsusta Nagashima says he was calmed by thoughts of his late compatriot Shoya Tomizawa on his way to a surprise first Moto2 victory at Qatar.

Qatar Moto2: Nagashima takes surprise maiden win

Red Bull KTM Ajo’s Tetsuta Nagashima came through from 14th to grab a surprise emotional maiden Moto2 win in a frantic Qatar Grand Prix.

Qatar Moto3: Arenas takes KTM's 100th win by 0.053s

Albert Arenas clinched the first Moto3 win of the new decade and KTM’s 100th after beating John McPhee by 0.053 seconds in a thrilling Qatar Grand Prix.

F1, MotoGP face fresh doubts due to Italian quarantine plan

The Formula 1 and MotoGP season-openers face fresh uncertainty after the Italian government announced plans on Saturday to impose strict quarantines on a number of regions where teams are based.

Qatar Moto2: Roberts ends pole drought for American riders

Joe Roberts became the first American to qualify on pole in Moto2 since 2010, after beating Luca Marini in qualifying for the Qatar Grand Prix – with both setting identical laptimes.

Qatar Moto3: Suzuki takes first pole of 2020 by 0.008s

Tatsuki Suzuki clinched the first Moto3 pole of the new decade, after beating Raul Fernandez by 0.008 seconds in Qatar Grand Prix qualifying.