San Marino GP (2018)
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Aprilia rider Aleix Espargaro “feels really bad” for Avintia stand-in Christophe Ponsson, whose MotoGP debut at Misano generated controversy within the paddock.
KTM MotoGP rider Pol Espargaro says he was “completely f***ed” on his comeback from injury in the San Marino Grand Prix at Misano.
Valentino Rossi says his third place in the current MotoGP standings is “miraculous” given Yamaha's recent struggles.
Aprilia's Scott Redding said he felt like a danger to his fellow MotoGP riders in the Misano race, which he described as “another punch in the face”.
Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Jack Miller admits he let himself down by crashing out on the third lap of the San Marino Grand Prix after starting from the front row.
Andrea Dovizioso scored a straightforward third win of the MotoGP season at Misano ahead of Marc Marquez, as Jorge Lorenzo crashed out of second place.
MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez led the way in morning warm-up for the San Marino Grand Prix ahead of Ducati pair Andrea Dovizioso and Jorge Lorenzo.
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Nearly a month has passed since the thrilling Austrian Grand Prix, but Sunday's Misano MotoGP race looks set to be contested among the same three star riders.
Valentino Rossi says he needs to find an extra two tenths of a second per lap to be able to finish on the podium in Sunday’s Misano MotoGP race.
MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez says his crash in qualifying at Misano left him with “a small stone” in his eye for his final run.
Jorge Lorenzo beat his own previous Misano lap record to take pole position for MotoGP's San Marino Grand Prix, as Marc Marquez only took fifth after a crash.
Cal Crutchlow has hit out at the Avintia team for handing Christophe Ponsson his MotoGP debut at Misano, after the Frenchman languished several seconds off the pace in Friday practice.
Tech 3 boss Herve Poncharal has criticised his rider Hafizh Syahrin for circulating on track over 10 seconds off the pace during practice for this weekend's Misano MotoGP round.
Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso set the pace in the opening MotoGP practice session at Misano, as both Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi were outside of the top 10.