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MotoGP shock: Espargaro to join Marquez at Honda in 2021

Pol Espargaro is set to leave KTM at the end of the year and join Marc Marquez at the factory Honda team for the 2021 MotoGP season, Motorsport.com has learned.

Espargaro "really close" to new Aprilia contract

Aleix Espargaro has revealed he is "really close" to finalising a deal to remain with the Aprilia MotoGP team in 2021 and beyond, admitting that such a contract would likely be his last before retirement.

KTM resumes testing with Espargaro, Pedrosa

KTM has resumed testing for the delayed MotoGP season, with Pol Espargaro and Dani Pedrosa set to undertake two days of running at the Red Bull Ring.

Martin, Bastianini in contention for 2021 Pramac ride

Jorge Martin and Enea Bastianini have emerged as leading candidates to earn a MotoGP graduation with Pramac Ducati in 2021, should Jack Miller move up to the factory team next year.

Lorenzo would make same Yamaha decision again

Jorge Lorenzo reckons he would make the same decision again to leave Yamaha after the 2016 MotoGP season if he could relive the last few years of his grand prix racing career.

Pirro thinks Honda may be behind wildcard ban

Ducati test rider Michele Pirro says the ban on MotoGP wildcards this season is unfair, and suspects the decision could be related to Honda not wanting Jorge Lorenzo to race a Yamaha.

MotoGP set to scrap wildcard system for 2020

MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports is set to cancel its wildcard system in all three categories for the 2020 season, which will leave Jorge Lorenzo without a ride for the Catalan Grand Prix.

What's behind rumours Dovizioso could leave Ducati?

Ducati is alone among MotoGP's 'big' manufacturers in not having firmed up either of its 2021 riders so far - so is there any truth in rumours that Andrea Dovizioso is being courted for a KTM move?

Quartararo hopes Italians don't "hate" him for replacing Rossi

Fabio Quartararo says he hopes that Italian MotoGP fans don't "hate" him because he is replacing their idol Valentino Rossi at the factory Yamaha squad next season.

Mir no longer sees himself as Suzuki number two

Joan Mir insists that he longer sees himself as Suzuki's number two rider after completing his rookie MotoGP season last year.

Jerez in talks to host first two 2020 MotoGP races

Jerez is in discussions to hold the first two rounds of the delayed 2020 MotoGP season on consecutive weekends at the end of July.

Iannone grateful Aprilia didn't take 'easier' option

Andrea Iannone says he is grateful that the Aprilia MotoGP team didn't take the 'easier' option of ending his contract after his 18-month suspension from competition for failing a drugs test.

Pedrosa would now consider wildcard MotoGP return

Dani Pedrosa says he would now consider a return to MotoGP as a wildcard entrant, should KTM require him to test the RC16 in race conditions.

Ezpeleta expects MotoGP riders to take pay cuts

Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta says he expects MotoGP riders to take pay cuts in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, including those that have already signed contract renewals for 2021.

Elias: Rossi still hasn't forgiven me for Estoril '06

Toni Elias says that Valentino Rossi still hasn't forgiven him for inflicting defeat on the Italian in the 2006 Portuguese Grand Prix, which ultimately cost Rossi that year's MotoGP title.

MotoGP manufacturers reject one bike per rider idea

All MotoGP manufacturers aside from Ducati have opposed the idea of scaling back the number of bikes per rider to just one as a cost-saving measure, Motorsport.com has learned.

Quartararo could be the next champion, says Espargaro

Fabio Quartararo has been tipped to become MotoGP's next champion, perhaps as soon as this year, by rival Pol Espargaro.

Breaking down Dorna’s €9m MotoGP financial aid package

Due to the enforced racing hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic, MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has announced a financial package to sustain the paddock's many smaller outfits.

Lorenzo wouldn't be “short of offers” for MotoGP comeback 

Jorge Lorenzo believes he will “not be short of offers” if he were to stage a full-time MotoGP comeback in the future, having retired at the end of the 2019 season.

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.

Marquez: Alex must "earn" Honda contract renewal

Marc Marquez says his younger brother and Repsol Honda MotoGP teammate Alex must "earn" a contract renewal and will not "impose" his preference on the Japanese manufacturer.

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.