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Bagnaia grateful for Rossi's advice
Quartararo admits penalty not severe
Espargaro: FP4 crash pain no excuse
Zarco explains "hero or zero" crash
Bagnaia holds off Vinales to win

Silverstone race winner Francesco Bagnaia says he asked MotoGP legends Valentino Rossi and Casey Stoner for advice after struggling in practice for the British Grand Prix. 

Fabio Quartararo says he is disappointed with his race because he thought he’d “lose more” with his MotoGP British Grand Prix penalty than he did, but could only finish eighth.

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro says the pain he felt from his 115mph crash in MotoGP practice for the British Grand Prix is “not an excuse” for his difficult Silverstone race.

Pramac’s Johann Zarco's decision to change to a medium front tyre before the start of the MotoGP British Grand Prix led to his “hero or zero” crash from the lead.

Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia took victory in a tense MotoGP British Grand Prix from Maverick Vinales to reignite his title charge as Fabio Quartararo and an injured Aleix Espargaro struggled.

British GP 2022: Lap by lap visualization

Check out our animated timeline visualization of the 2022 British GP at Silverstone Circuit, which charts the position changes.

MotoGP announces date and layout tweak for 2023 British GP

MotoGP has announced that next year’s British Grand Prix will take place on 4-6 August and will use the Formula 1 Silverstone track layout and paddock complex.

KTM-bound Miller appreciates Ducati’s “unusual” MotoGP update plan

Jack Miller says he “appreciates” Ducati’s “unusual” decision to continue giving him development parts despite his impending move to KTM in MotoGP next year.

2022 Silverstone MotoGP - Start time, how to watch & more

The Silverstone Circuit plays host to the 12th round of the 2022 MotoGP season. Here's how and when you can watch the British Grand Prix on Sunday, August 7.

Vinales: Aprilia hasn’t discussed team orders for Silverstone MotoGP race

Maverick Vinales says Aprilia “didn’t talk” about team orders for Sunday’s MotoGP British Grand Prix to help team-mate Aleix Espargaro in the title battle.

Espargaro's British GP uncertain after "violent" 115mph MotoGP crash

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro says he will decide on his continued participation in the MotoGP British Grand Prix after Sunday’s warm-up following a “violent” crash on Saturday.

Why Andrea Dovizioso is leaving MotoGP at the right time Prime

Why Andrea Dovizioso is leaving MotoGP at the right time

On the eve of the British Grand Prix, Andrea Dovizioso announced that he will be retiring from MotoGP after September’s San Marino GP. The timing of his departure raised eyebrows, but his reasoning remains sensible and what has happened this year should not diminish a hard-built legacy.

Quartararo “had nothing more” for MotoGP Silverstone pole fight

Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo says he felt he had “nothing more” to give in qualifying for MotoGP’s British Grand Prix after finishing fourth.

Silverstone MotoGP: Zarco on pole, Espargaro sixth after 115mph crash British GP
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Silverstone MotoGP: Zarco on pole, Espargaro sixth after 115mph crash

Pramac’s Johann Zarco took pole for the MotoGP British Grand Prix with a new lap record as Aleix Espargaro heroically fought to sixth after a massive crash in FP4.

Silverstone MotoGP: Espargaro edges out Martin by 0.028s in FP3

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro led the final 45-minute practice for the MotoGP British Grand Prix as he edged ahead of Pramac Ducati rider Jorge Martin by 0.028 seconds.

Espargaro brands British MotoGP long lap penalty loop "a joke"

Aleix Espargaro says the long lap penalty loop at Silverstone is “a joke” but insists he is not sour about this in regards to Fabio Quartararo serving his on Sunday.

Miller to raise concerns about Stowe wall after MotoGP British GP FP2 crash

Jack Miller says he will be raising his concerns about the dangers of the wall at Stowe in the MotoGP British Grand Prix safety commission meeting after crashing in FP2.

Ducati debuts ‘Stegosaurus’ aero in British MotoGP practice

Ducati has stirred the pot in MotoGP again on Friday at the British Grand Prix as it debuted a radical new ‘Stegosaurus’ rear aerodynamic wing set-up.

Quartararo says Silverstone MotoGP long lap “difficult” for safety

Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo is wary of having to serve his long lap penalty early in the MotoGP British Grand Prix as it is “quite difficult” in terms of safety.

Silverstone MotoGP: Quartararo leads FP2 from Mir, Vinales third

Fabio Quartararo topped second practice for MotoGP’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone, leading from Suzuki’s Joan Mir. 

Mir: Talking about Honda MotoGP rumours “a lack of respect” to Suzuki

Joan Mir says he doesn’t like fielding questions about his potential switch to Honda in MotoGP next year as he sees it as “a lack of respect” to his Suzuki team.

Silverstone MotoGP: Zarco leads Bagnaia in FP1 despite crash

Pramac’s Johann Zarco topped first practice for the MotoGP British Grand Prix despite a crash, as championship leader Fabio Quartararo hit mechanical dramas.

Why Alex Rins feels he deserves MotoGP's toughest challenge Prime

Why Alex Rins feels he deserves MotoGP's toughest challenge

Alex Rins’ MotoGP future was plunged into sudden doubt when Suzuki elected to quit the series at the end of 2022. Securing a deal with Honda to join LCR, he will now tread a path that many have fallen off from. But it was a move he felt his status deserved, and it’s a challenge – he tells Motorsport.com - he faces with his eyes wide open…

How Formula 1 has driven MotoGP's changing nature Prime

How Formula 1 has driven MotoGP's changing nature

The hiring of technicians from Formula 1 has clearly contributed to a recent change in the MotoGP landscape, with the role of engineers gaining greater significance relative to the riders. Here's how this shift has come about.

The battle Yamaha's wayward son is fighting to be fast again in MotoGP Prime

The battle Yamaha's wayward son is fighting to be fast again in MotoGP

Franco Morbidelli was long overdue a promotion to factory machinery when it finally came late last year, having finished runner-up in the 2020 standings on an old Yamaha package. But since then the Italian has been a shadow of his former self as he toils to adapt to the 2022 M1, and recognises that he needs to change his style to be quick on it