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Marc Marquez says the 2019 Honda MotoGP bike being hard to ride does not bother him because it is faster than its predecessor.
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow believes his new part-time MotoGP teammate Johann Zarco will "do better than people expect" in his upcoming three-race stint.
KTM rider Pol Espargaro says he wants to have no input on his MotoGP teammate for 2020, but believes whoever is chosen should show dedication and willingness to "suffer".
Takaaki Nakagami will remain an LCR MotoGP rider in 2020 but will skip the final three races of 2019 due to a planned shoulder surgery, Honda has announced.
MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has confirmed a five-year deal has been signed with the new Rio Motorpark to bring the series back to Brazil for the first time since 2004 in 2022.
Andrea Dovizioso says tyre management races are "almost gone" from MotoGP in 2019, and suggests this may have contributed to Ducati losing ground.
KTM MotoGP rider Mika Kallio accepts he needs "to show something different" if he is to remain part of the Austrian manufacturer's full-time rider line-up for 2020.
Newly-crowned six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has compared Fabio Quartararo’s riding style to that of triple world champion Jorge Lorenzo “when he was at the best level at Yamaha”.
Marc Marquez's run to the 2019 MotoGP title was "something crazy" for modern grand prix motorcycle racing, according to rival Andrea Dovizioso.
Aprilia rider Aleix Espargaro says persistent mechanical failures "cannot happen anymore", after retiring from the Thailand Grand Prix with an electronics problem.
Honda and six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez are already in advanced talks over a contract extension to the end of 2022.
KTM rider Pol Espargaro says three points for 13th place in the Thailand Grand Prix have vindicated his push for an "impossible" return from injury.
Valentino Rossi says his MotoGP employer Yamaha will pull out all the stops to keep Fabio Quartararo beyond 2021 if it's not "crazy".
Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Jack Miller was left "disappointed in myself" after he derailed his Thailand Grand Prix hopes by accidentally tripping the kill switch.
Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi says his difficult Thailand Grand Prix was “very similar” to prior recent races, which came as a disappointment after he’d showed promise in warm-up.