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Four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says he could “do better” than Cal Crutchlow in MotoGP if offered the chance, but insists he is not “jealous” of the LCR Honda rider.
Valentino Rossi has conceded that his MotoGP records are in danger if Marc Marquez continues his current form.
Max Verstappen says his Formula 1 employer Red Bull forbade him from trying out a MotoGP bike, on the grounds that it would be “too dangerous”.
MotoGP rider Scott Redding said he was pleasantly surprised by the reaction to his decision to join British Superbikes in 2019, having expected “a lot of negativity”.
Jorge Lorenzo admits he is “grateful” to MotoGP rival Marc Marquez for not standing in the way of his 2019 switch to Honda.
The driver who hit and killed MotoGP and World Superbike star Nicky Hayden has been given a one-year suspended jail sentence for his role in the fatal accident in 2017.
Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro has vented his frustration at his team's lack of competitiveness, saying he can't tolerate another bad season in 2019.
Marc Marquez has revealed one of his targets is to make his riding style more "smooth" like that of his chief MotoGP rival Andrea Dovizioso.
Tech 3 Yamaha MotoGP rider Johann Zarco says last weekend's Thailand Grand Prix felt like his first "real race" for some time, after struggling for form in the preceding rounds.
It seems Yamaha MotoGP pair Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales don’t trust the improvement shown by the beleaguered team in Thailand, as their M1 bike is exactly the same as it was before.
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Yamaha must not think it has solved its MotoGP problems after its most competitive showing for many races in Thailand, warns Valentino Rossi.
Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa says he had the pace to win the Thailand Grand Prix, but feels his race was compromised by a “massive disadvantage” relating to tyre choice.
Andrea Dovizioso said he didn't have the ideal strategy on the final lap of the Thailand Grand Prix, in which he was beaten to victory by Marc Marquez.
Marc Marquez took victory in MotoGP's inaugural Thailand Grand Prix, passing chief rival Andrea Dovizioso on the final lap to take a step closer to the 2018 championship crown.
Marc Marquez led Sunday morning's warm-up session ahead of the inaugural MotoGP race in Thailand, ahead of Yamaha pair Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone reckons Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso can beat the rest of the field by half a lap in the Thailand Grand Prix as they have a big advantage in race pace.
LCR Honda's Cal Crutchlow was perplexed by a much improved Yamaha during the Thailand Grand Prix weekend, finding the sudden step forward "really strange".
Marc Marquez fought his way through Q1 to secure pole position for MotoGP’s inaugural Thailand Grand Prix, beating Valentino Rossi by just a hundredth of a second.