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Honda signs Espargaro, moves Alex Marquez to LCR

Honda has officially announced it has signed Pol Espargaro for the 2021 MotoGP season, while Cal Crutchlow has been moved aside at LCR to make way for Alex Marquez.

Quartararo: Marquez has "raised the bar" for fitness

Future factory Yamaha MotoGP rider Fabio Quartararo says reigning world champion Marc Marquez has forced the entire championship to train harder, and has prompted the Frenchman to rethink his approach.

Alex Marquez dominates first-ever MotoGP Virtual Race

2020 MotoGP rookie Alex Marquez won the first-ever MotoGP Virtual Race at Mugello, while Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales recovered from an opening lap crash to finish on the podium.

Marquez: MotoGP “has responsibility” to keep people at home

MotoGP rookie Alex Marquez says it is the riders’ “responsibility” to encourage self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, hence Honda’s participation in Sunday’s all-star Esports race.

Honda reveals 2020 World Superbike challenger

Honda has unveiled its bike colours for the 2020 World Superbike season, showcasing the liveries of both the factory HRC team and Althea Racing.

Marquez won't change approach if brother gets HRC seat

MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez says he won’t change his approach should younger brother Alex become his Honda teammate in 2020, as has been strongly suggested.

Valencia MotoGP: Marquez brushes off crash to top warm-up

Marc Marquez brushed off a crash at Turn 14 to top the MotoGP warm-up session ahead of this afternoon’s Valencia Grand Prix season finale.

Marquez inspired by Italy 2015 start at Sepang

Marc Marquez says he watched his start from the 2015 Mugello MotoGP race to inspire his launch from 13th to second on the opening lap of the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Dovizioso: Difficult to close “ridiculous” gap to Marquez

Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso admits it is “really difficult” to know how to close the “ridiculous” gap to reigning world champion Marc Marquez.

Dovizioso: Marquez's 2019 title run "something crazy"

Marc Marquez's run to the 2019 MotoGP title was "something crazy" for modern grand prix motorcycle racing, according to rival Andrea Dovizioso.

Lorenzo: "Most consistent" weekend down to Honda tweaks

Jorge Lorenzo has branded his MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix weekend as “the most consistent” of his debut Honda season, after securing 10th in qualifying on a modified RC213V.

Autosport Awards: Marquez earns TATA Rider honors

MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez remains unbeaten in the Autosport Awards' Rider of the Year category presented by Tata Communications.

Bradl accused of causing "nasty" first-lap Brno crash

Honda MotoGP wildcard Stefan Bradl has been blamed for causing the three-bike collision on the opening lap of the Czech Grand Prix, which Jack Miller described as a "nasty little crash".

"Nervous" Jacobsen "thrown in the deep end" at Suzuka

World Superbike rider PJ Jacobsen has admitted that he was “nervous” after being thrown “into the deep end” by Honda on his first factory outing in the Suzuka 8 Hours.

Camier pulls out of Suzuka 8h with neck injury

Leon Camier has been forced to pull out of this year's Suzuka 8 Hours after suffering a neck injury in a crash during testing for the Japanese classic.

Honda to field first factory Suzuka 8h effort since 2008

Honda will field a full factory bike in the Suzuka 8 Hours for the first time in a decade next season.