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Ducati still plans private test despite Italy lockdown

The Ducati MotoGP team is planning to conduct a two-day private test in Valencia at the end of March despite the entirety of Italy being under coronavirus quarantine.

Ex-Rossi protege Baldassarri now training with Ducati duo

Moto2 frontrunner Lorenzo Baldassarri has revealed he is training with Ducati MotoGP pair Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci after leaving Valentino Rossi's VR46 Academy last year.

Private MotoGP test arranged in absence of racing

Several MotoGP manufacturers are set to carry out a private test at Jerez later in March in the absence of racing this month as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Has Ducati made another MotoGP tech breakthrough?

Ahead of the start of official MotoGP pre-season testing, rumours are rife that Ducati may have made another big step forward with the design of its 2020 machine. German Garcia Casanova investigates.

Marquez set for extra Sepang MotoGP test mileage

New factory Honda MotoGP rider Alex Marquez is set to take part in the shakedown test at Sepang that precedes the first official pre-season test of 2020 at the same venue.

Ducati aims to convince Zarco over Avintia ride

Ducati has held talks with Johann Zarco at Valencia on Monday ostensibly aimed at convincing the French rider to take up an offer to join the Avintia MotoGP squad in 2020.

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda Prime

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda

There's no simple explanation to why Marc Marquez has been able to leave his MotoGP rivals firmly in the shade - but the world champion's affinity for motocross may be a major part of the puzzle.

Why Honda must now split with Lorenzo Prime

Why Honda must now split with Lorenzo

Even though Jorge Lorenzo and Honda both insist on seeing out the contract that ties them together through 2020, prolonging the current situation for another year makes no sense for either party when it seems to be getting even worse

Marquez, Honda in advanced talks over new contract

Honda and six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez are already in advanced talks over a contract extension to the end of 2022.

Rossi set to split with crew chief Galbusera

Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi has confirmed he will part ways with his crew chief Silvano Galbusera at the conclusion of the 2019 MotoGP season.

Injured Lorenzo set for another surgery

Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo will undergo his second surgery in just over a month on Monday to address discomfort in his right foot, having injured it in the Aragon race in September.

Ducati won't stop Lorenzo testing for Honda in November

Ducati will not prevent Jorge Lorenzo from testing for Honda in the official sessions that follow the MotoGP season finale in November, has learned.

Lorenzo: Rossi copied me when he returned to Yamaha

Jorge Lorenzo has accused former MotoGP teammate Valentino Rossi of copying him when the Italian returned to Yamaha in 2013 in his latest book.

Elias handed Sepang MotoGP test chance by Suzuki

Suzuki will reward three of its Superbike riders, including former MotoGP race winner Toni Elias, with a chance to test the GSX-RR in Sepang next week.

Lorenzo hires Debon as rider coach for 2018

Former 250cc racer Alex Debon will join the coaching team of Ducati MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo for 2018.

Analysis: Yamaha set to end worst MotoGP season in 10 years

This weekend's Valencia season finale will mark the end of Yamaha's worst season for a decade, the first in which it has failed to get one of its riders into the top two of the standings since 2007.

How Morbidelli overcame tragedy to become Moto2 champion

Franco Morbidelli was crowned Moto2 champion last weekend at Sepang, the culmination of a long and difficult journey for the Italian - who had to face the tragedy of losing his father four years ago.

Rossi grid incident ‘fan’ identified as Czech government minister

The 'fan' that Valentino Rossi shooed away from his grid space just before last weekend's MotoGP race at Brno has been identified as a Czech government minister Karla Slechtova.

Angel Nieto succumbs to injuries sustained in traffic accident

Grand Prix motorcycling legend Angel Nieto passed away on Thursday in Ibiza following the traffic accident he was involved in last week. He was 70.

Honda MotoGP riders try new chassis in Brno test

Factory Honda MotoGP riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa have been given a new chassis to try during a private test at Brno this week.

Tsuda set for Jerez MotoGP debut with Suzuki

Suzuki test rider Takuya Tsuda is set to stand in for injured MotoGP rookie Alex Rins at Jerez.

Yamaha's 2017 bike not a radical shift in philosophy

Yamaha's 2017 MotoGP bike will not herald a radical shift in philosophy, according to a high-level source within the team, despite suggestions the new YZR-M1 would be a "revolution".

Vinales doesn't need my advice, says Lorenzo

Maverick Vinales will make his debut as a works Yamaha rider next year alongside Valentino Rossi, taking the slot left open by Jorge Lorenzo, who believes his replacement will be capable of fighting for the title.

Vinales splits with manager amid Yamaha rumours

Maverick Vinales has parted company with his long-time manager Aki Ajo as speculation about his future in MotoGP continues to rumble on.