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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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”.
Danilo Petrucci is thought to have agreed a deal to join the KTM factory MotoGP team for the 2021 season, Motorsport.com understands.
Jonathan Rea has signed a new multi-year deal to remain with Kawasaki in the World Superbike Championship.
Pol Espargaro admits the Honda and Ducati MotoGP machines are the “dream bikes” to fight for the title, as he gets set to leave KTM at the end of the 2020 season.
The World Anti-Doping Agency wants Aprilia MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone’s competition ban extended from 18 months to four years, as the appeals process begins.