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Rossi: Pedrosa, Lorenzo could return
Iannone unlikely to race in Qatar
Aprilia reveals 2020 MotoGP livery
What Marquez's new deal means
Thailand GP to go ahead

Valentino Rossi believes his former MotoGP rivals Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo could both return to the grid in 2021.

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.

The Aprilia Racing Gresini team became the final MotoGP manufacturer to unveil the colours its bikes will sport during the 2020 season.

What "unique" Marquez deal says about his ambition Prime

A four-year contract extension is unheard of in MotoGP - but that's exactly what Marc Marquez has in his back pocket from Honda. Even if the deal doesn't appease his detractors, its still the option most likely to guarantee Marquez what he craves most

This year’s Thailand Grand Prix, the second round of the 2020 MotoGP season, will go ahead despite uncertainty over the coronavirus outbreak in the region. 

Rossi: Pedrosa, Lorenzo could race in 2021

Valentino Rossi believes his former MotoGP rivals Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo could both return to the grid in 2021.

Suspended Iannone unlikely to race in MotoGP opener

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.

Aprilia reveals 2020 MotoGP livery

The Aprilia Racing Gresini team became the final MotoGP manufacturer to unveil the colours its bikes will sport during the 2020 season.

What "unique" Marquez deal says about his ambition Prime

What "unique" Marquez deal says about his ambition

A four-year contract extension is unheard of in MotoGP - but that's exactly what Marc Marquez has in his back pocket from Honda. Even if the deal doesn't appease his detractors, its still the option most likely to guarantee Marquez what he craves most

Thailand GP to go ahead despite coronavirus threat

This year’s Thailand Grand Prix, the second round of the 2020 MotoGP season, will go ahead despite uncertainty over the coronavirus outbreak in the region. 

LCR reveals Crutchlow's livery for 2020 season

The LCR Honda MotoGP team has unveiled its main livery for Cal Crutchlow for the 2020 season at the recording of BT Sport's season preview in London.

Marquez signs four-year extension with Honda

The factory Honda MotoGP team has announced it has re-signed six-time world champion Marc Marquez for four more years, until 2024.

KTM, Tech 3 unveil 2020 MotoGP liveries

KTM and its satellite squad Tech 3 have unveiled the colours their RC16s will sport during the 2020 MotoGP season in a digital launch event on Tuesday.

Vinales: New Yamaha deal was no easy decision

Maverick Vinales says it was "not easy" to commit to another early MotoGP contract renewal with Yamaha, as he had an "open mind" about going elsewhere.

Suzuki is "where I wanted it to be", says Rins

Double MotoGP race winner Alex Rins says Suzuki is “where I wanted to be” with its new bike after the first pre-season test of 2020 in Malaysia.

Avintia Ducati unveils new MotoGP livery

The Avintia Ducati MotoGP team has unveiled a new livery that it will campaign in the 2020 season.

Lorenzo "very grateful" Honda didn't bar him from 2020 role

Yamaha test rider Jorge Lorenzo says he's "very grateful" that his former team Honda didn't bar him from riding other manufacturers' MotoGP bikes in 2020.

Rossi: No disrespect in losing works Yamaha ride

MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi insists he did not feel "disrespected" by Yamaha's decision to replace him with Fabio Quartararo for the 2021 season.

Espargaro: Aprilia showed podium pace at Sepang

Aleix Espargaro says that his new Aprilia showed podium-contending pace during MotoGP’s Sepang pre-season test, but also warned the bike's reliability is not yet up to par.

KTM 2020 gains "bigger than I imagined" - Espargaro

KTM MotoGP rider Pol Espargaro says he "couldn't have imagined" the 2020 version of the RC16 bike would be such a major step forward compared to its predecessor.

Marquez "more worried" by bike than by fitness

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez admits he is “more worried about the bike” than his physical condition following the first pre-season test of 2020 in Malaysia.

Suzuki set for unchanged MotoGP line-up in 2021

Suzuki is on the verge of signing both its current MotoGP riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir for the next two seasons, Motorsport.com has learned.

Is MotoGP’s age of high-risk manufacturer swaps over?

The early signs are that the 2021 MotoGP season is unlikely to feature a massive reshuffle of riders. Jamie Klein wonders whether, in the current climate, Jorge Lorenzo-style big-ticket manufacturer swaps are about to become much more rare.

Podcast: What we learned from MotoGP Sepang testing

The first three-day pre-season test of the 2020 MotoGP season from the Sepang International Circuit concluded last weekend, with Petronas SRT’s Fabio Quartararo topping the timesheets.

Why Aprilia now belongs in MotoGP's elite class Prime

Why Aprilia now belongs in MotoGP's elite class

Aleix Espargaro's frustrated media debriefs became a common theme in 2019, but an encouraging showing in the Sepang test with the latest evolution of its RS-GP points to a positive future