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Tech 3 Yamaha MotoGP rider Johann Zarco feels he has reached the "limit" of what is possible to achieve using his two-year-old bike.
Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro will try a "lab bike" in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix in a bid to start work on improving the 2019 version of the RS-GP.
Newly-crowned five-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez said this year was "much less stressful" for him than 2017, when he only secured the crown in the season finale.
Takaaki Nakagami has apologised to his home fans after what he feels was a sub-par performance in his home MotoGP race at Motegi.
Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig admits the Japanese manufacturer has not always given newly-crowned champion Marc Marquez the equipment his talent "deserves" in 2018.
Cal Crutchlow said he was "swearing in my helmet" during the Japanese Grand Prix, as race leader Andrea Dovizioso's strategy allowed several riders to catch up with the leading group.
Newly crowned MotoGP champion Marc Marquez believes his pace “provoked” Andrea Dovizioso’s crash in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Andrea Dovizioso says 2018 MotoGP champion Marc Marquez did "something special" during the Japanese Grand Prix, and also praised the Spaniard's campaign as a whole.
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Marc Marquez has secured his fifth MotoGP title after taking an eighth victory of the 2018 season in the Japanese Grand Prix.
While it will take a miracle to deny Marc Marquez the 2018 MotoGP title, Andrea Dovizioso could postpone the celebrations as the duo is again set to battle it out for the win at Motegi.
Marc Marquez admits he could only qualify sixth for MotoGP’s Japanese Grand Prix because a crash in FP4 left him using his second bike, on which he lacked “confidence”.
Johann Zarco’s qualifying pace at Motegi shows that Yamaha is “paying” for making the wrong choice of MotoGP engine this year, according to Maverick Vinales.
Angel Nieto Ducati rider Alvaro Bautista has emerged as the main candidate to replace Jorge Lorenzo in the Australian Grand Prix as the three-time MotoGP champion looks likely to miss another race.
Andrea Dovizioso scored pole position for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix in a typically frenetic qualifying shootout, while champion-elect Marc Marquez could manage no better than sixth place.
Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso returned to the top of the timesheets in third practice for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix, narrowly edging Cal Crutchlow and Johann Zarco.