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Yamaha MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales says his decision to choose a new race number is because of his desire to “change everything” after his “two worst years in the world championship”.
Follow our minute-by-minute coverage of the final qualifying session of the 2018 MotoGP campaign in Valencia.
With grand prix motorcycle racing's championships all settled, attention is now focused on the Valencia MotoGP test - the most useful but also the most annoying part for teams and riders.
MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he would prefer Honda to keep its current test rider Stefan Bradl rather than pursue Casey Stoner following the Aussie's exit from Ducati.
Ducati rider Jorge Lorenzo says his injuries felt “worse than expected” in Friday practice ahead of his final MotoGP race with the manufacturer in Valencia.
KTM MotoGP rider Bradley Smith says he is "a little bit worried" about the Valencia race on Sunday after "borderline dangerous" track conditions in Friday practice.
Pramac Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci topped the second wet-weather practice session of the MotoGP season finale in Valencia.
Maverick Vinales will ditch his traditional number 25 in favour of the number 12 for the 2019 MotoGP season, the official entry list has revealed.
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez was fastest in the opening practice at Valencia, which was red-flagged early on due to weather conditions.
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Ducati MotoGP sporting director Paolo Ciabatti admits the onus is on Danilo Petrucci to prove he deserves his promotion to the factory team.
Injured LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow has been officially ruled out from the 2018 season finale in Valencia, with Honda tester Stefan Bradl again called up as his replacement.
Dorna Sports has awarded exclusive Spanish broadcasting rights for MotoGP to online-only streaming service DAZN for the 2019 season.
Suzuki MotoGP team boss Davide Brivio has clarified that Andrea Iannone was dropped for 2019 for "business" reasons after the Italian recently spoke out against his dismissal.
Tito Rabat has ridden a motorcycle for the first time since his leg-breaking Silverstone crash ahead of a planned MotoGP comeback in next weekend's Valencia season finale.