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Andrea Dovizioso says he and Ducati have struggled to adapt to Michelin's new rear tyre because past MotoGP set-up solutions aren't working like they did before.
Andrea Dovizoso admits “I don’t know what happened” after MotoGP Czech Grand Prix qualifying, after managing a career-worst 18th at Brno.
Andrea Dovizioso says he feels Marc Marquez still has a chance of contending for the 2020 MotoGP title despite losing 50 points to Fabio Quartararo in the first two rounds of the year at Jerez.
Andrea Dovizioso says he doesn’t want to “copy” what the Pramac Ducati riders are doing with the GP20, despite Francesco Bagnaia qualifying third for the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix.
Andrea Dovizioso's Jerez MotoGP podium got his title charge off to a strong start, even if the result flattered to decieve as he struggles for pace on the 2020 Ducati. Nevertheless, it showed just how valuable he is to Ducati amidst tough contract talks.
Ducati boss Davide Tardozzi says the “door is open to all fast riders” for the 2021 MotoGP season, and says Jorge Lorenzo has "proposed himself" to the marque.
Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says he is suffering “no strange pain” in his collarbone at Jerez just weeks after breaking it in a motocross accident.
Pramac MotoGP boss Francesco Guidotti believes that it is "clear that something is wrong" between Andrea Dovizioso and Ducati, with the two parties still yet to agree a 2021 contract.
Outgoing LCR Honda MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says a move to Aprilia in 2021 would be “a great deal for me” and would “excite” him.
Andrea Dovizioso’s manager admits his MotoGP rider is now considering taking a sabbatical in 2021 should contract negotiations with Ducati fully break down.
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.
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.
Outgoing factory Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci says he would “like to go to KTM” in 2021, which is set to lose Pol Espargaro at the end 2020 to Honda.
Ousted Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci would be "competitive right away" in World Superbike if he chose to switch to the series in 2021, according to his former team boss Francesco Guidotti.
Confirming this week that he will be leaving Ducati at the end of 2020, Danilo Petrucci's exit had been on the cards since last year's Valencia MotoGP finale. Circumstances and a dip in form have worked against him, but Petrucci is a rider who still deserves his place on the grid.
In the last few seasons, the MotoGP front-runners have begun to focus their efforts on young riders. Now that Ducati has signed 25-year-old Jack Miller to its factory team, it suggests the experienced riders' days at the front are numbered.
Pramac MotoGP team boss Francesco Guidotti admits he expects to lose Jack Miller to the factory Ducati outfit for the 2021 season.