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Ezpeleta not ruling out reduced 2021 MotoGP calendar

Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says preserving MotoGP's current competitiveness is more important than swelling the calendar again in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. 

MotoGP cancels 2020 Austin visit

MotoGP will not have a grand prix in the United States this season due to the global coronavirus pandemic, as the Circuit of the Americas announced its next event will be in April.

Binder not "stressed" at losing Espargaro's KTM input

KTM MotoGP rider Brad Binder insists he isn’t worried about the Austrian manufacturer's development stalling in 2021 owing to the defection of Pol Espargaro to Honda.

Dorna will help Crutchlow find a place on 2021 MotoGP grid

Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP promoters Dorna Sports, says his organisation will “help to find” a place on the 2021 grid for Britain’s only full-time premier class rider Cal Crutchlow.

Dovizioso could take year out in 2021, says manager

Andrea Dovizioso’s manager admits his MotoGP rider is now considering taking a sabbatical in 2021 should contract negotiations with Ducati fully break down. 

Quartararo faces hearing for testing rules breach

Petronas Yamaha MotoGP rider Fabio Quartararo will face an FIM hearing during the Spanish Grand Prix weekend for an alleged breach of private testing rules.

Lorenzo shoots down rumours of 2021 Ducati return

Jorge Lorenzo has rubbished rumours linking him with a return to Ducati in 2021, but admits he feels he’s still “capable” of winning the MotoGP title with the “right tools”.

Dovizioso given all-clear for Jerez after successful surgery

Andrea Dovizioso will line up on the grid for the 2020 MotoGP season-opener at Jerez after undergoing successful surgery on a left collarbone break on Sunday.

The day Rossi banished his Ducati demons

On this day in 2013, Valentino Rossi clambered onto the top step of the Assen podium to celebrate his first win in over two years. Truly banishing the demons of his Ducati nadir, it would be the catalyst to much more in the ensuing years.

Dovizioso suffers broken collarbone in motocross crash

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso has broken his left collarbone in a motocross crash on Sunday in Italy and will undergo surgery on Sunday evening.

Dovizioso "99 percent" certain to stay at Ducati

Andrea Dovizioso is "99 percent" certain to reach a deal to remain at Ducati in MotoGP for 2021 according to his manager, despite the protracted nature of his negotiations with the team.

Podcast: Inside Petrucci's surprising Tech 3 KTM move

The latest MotoGP rider market moves have been completed, with Danilo Petrucci joining KTM as expected, but rather unexpectedly being placed at Tech3 for 2021.

Petrucci move shows KTM sees Tech 3 as an equal

Tech 3 MotoGP boss Herve Poncharal says Danilo Petrucci joining his team in 2021 as a factory rider proves KTM sees it as an equal rather than simply a customer outfit.

Smith taking mental steps "to go from tester to rider"

Bradley Smith has used the Misano test to alter his physical and mental preparation "from tester to rider" for Aprilia ahead of filling in for the suspended Andrea Iannone.

Why latest KTM moves risks derailing its future MotoGP stars Prime

Why latest KTM moves risks derailing its future MotoGP stars

In placing Danilo Petrucci at the satellite Tech 3 squad instead of its factory team, KTM is putting enormous pressure on the shoulders of two inexperienced riders that will be tasked with leading its efforts and risks undoing its rise up the grid.

Petrucci joins Tech 3 as Oliveira secures KTM promotion

KTM has officially announced that Danilo Petrucci has signed for the Austrian marque to join Tech 3 for 2021, with Miguel Oliveira promoted to the factory team.

Podcast: Analysing the impact of Petrucci's 2021 KTM move

The MotoGP rider market for 2021 continues to shake up as Danilo Petrucci is now set to join KTM in place of Honda-bound Pol Espargaro.

Smith to replace Iannone while doping ban lasts

Bradley Smith will replace Andrea Iannone for as long as he is under suspension for a doping violation, Aprilia has confirmed to

Rossi "more beatable" the longer he stays in MotoGP - Stoner

Double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner thinks it’s “disappointing” Valentino Rossi will end up at a satellite team in 2021 and feels he is "more beatable" the longer he continues.

Why KTM's exodus suggests a management flaw Prime

Why KTM's exodus suggests a management flaw

With announcements imminent that Pol Espargaro and Jorge Martin have signed for Honda and Ducati respectively, the KTM exodus suggests a management flaw at the Austrian factory

Why MotoGP's ego-free superstar should have Marquez worried Prime

Why MotoGP's ego-free superstar should have Marquez worried

OPINION: He was compared to Marc Marquez as a teenage Moto3 rider before results dried up, apparently along with his career. But Fabio Quartararo's pressure-free approach to racing will make him a dangerous opponent for Marquez in 2020.

Avintia "counting on keeping" Zarco amid Pramac rumours

Avintia MotoGP boss Raul Romero says he is “counting on” keeping Johann Zarco on 2021 and Ducati hasn’t indicated otherwise, amid rumours of a Pramac move for the Frenchman.

The one positive of MotoGP races without fans Prime

The one positive of MotoGP races without fans

OPINION: With most, if not all, of the 2020 MotoGP season to be run without fans, some atmosphere will disappear from races. But no fans means no booing directed at riders this year, and that will be a most welcome change.

Quartararo: Debut win not essential before move to Yamaha

Fabio Quartararo admits securing his debut MotoGP win is not essential to his graduation to the factory Yamaha squad next year, but he will still “try with all my might”.