Qatar GP (2019)
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MotoGP rookie Fabio Quartararo admits he was feeling stressed in the run-up to stalling on the grid for his premier class race debut in Qatar.
Maverick Vinales said that he will need to adopt a different riding style during MotoGP races, as his current way of riding is heavily compromised while riding in traffic.
Aprilia Racing CEO Massimo Rivola says the Italian marque was informed by MotoGP officials in February that running a winglet in front of the rear wheel, as Ducati did in the Qatar Grand Prix, would be illegal.
Jorge Lorenzo believes that a promising first MotoGP race weekend as a Honda rider in Qatar was “destroyed” by ill fortune.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins admits he was “very angry” during the 2019 season opener in Qatar, as he felt his rivals were “playing” with him.
While the protest against Ducati at the Qatar Grand Prix was quickly dimissed, it's easy to see why its MotoGP rivals are appealing the decision.
Cal Crutchlow says his third-place finish in the MotoGP-season opening Qatar Grand Prix is a "dream" result after the huge crash in Australia last year that curtailed his season.
Valentino Rossi reckons that Yamaha's MotoGP bike is "more or less" in the same position it was last year, despite an impressive recovery in the Qatar Grand Prix by the Italian.
The protest lodged by Ducati's MotoGP rivals in the wake of Andrea Dovizioso's Qatar Grand Prix victory was made largely for "political" reasons, believes team sporting director Paolo Ciabatti.
MotoGP stewards have thrown out a protest against Ducati following Sunday evening's 2019 season-opening Qatar Grand Prix, meaning Andrea Dovizioso keeps his victory.
MotoGP riders were left feeling powerless in the row over the Qatar Grand Prix start time, says Cal Crutchlow.
Valentino Rossi says there is very little chance of making progress from his disappointing 14th on grid for the MotoGP season opening Qatar Grand Prix.
Danilo Petrucci says he was frustrated to have lost what he described as a game of 'cat and mouse' with Marc Marquez in Qatar MotoGP qualifying.
Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso says he "really didn't expect" to have the speed to qualify on the front row for the Qatar MotoGP opener following a difficult pre-season test at the track.