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Cal Crutchlow says he was pleased with how the Sepang MotoGP test went, saying the new Honda bike has improved in areas the riders asked for.
Tom Luthi admits that it is taking longer to change his riding style for MotoGP than his other fellow rookies due to his lengthy Moto2 career.
Tech 3 Yamaha rider Johann Zarco returned to his chassis from last year for the final day of the Sepang MotoGP test, and confirmed that he will also use it for the subsequent Thailand test.
KTM rider Pol Espargaro feels "lucky" to have avoided a serious injury following a crash on Day 2 of the Sepang MotoGP pre-season test, which saw him hit the wall at over 250 km/h.
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he is not yet able to keep consistent pace when using the new winged fairing introduced by Honda in the Sepang test.
Jorge Lorenzo was satisfied with the Ducati Desmosedici GP18 after the first day of the Sepang MotoGP pre-season test, as he felt it was more suited to his riding style.
Valentino Rossi was positive after the opening day of the 2018 MotoGP testing at Sepang, saying not one day of his 2017 pre-season had been as good.
Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa set the pace on the opening day of official 2018 pre-season testing at Sepang.
Cal Crutchlow says a misshapen rear tyre was to blame for a disastrous Sepang MotoGP race in which the LCR Honda rider could only score a single point.
Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa admits he expected to go from first to last in the Malaysian Grand Prix when he realised it would be a wet race.
Andrea Dovizioso says he did not request that his Ducati team implement team orders during the Malaysian Grand Prix in order to keep his MotoGP title hopes alive.
CIP’s Manuel Pagliani finished as the top Mahindra rider in the Malaysian Moto3 race, ensuring the Indian manufacturer continued its point streak.
Marc Marquez admits there was no sense in him pushing to finish higher than fourth in MotoGP’s Malaysian Grand Prix, given his comfortable advantage in the points.
Valentino Rossi said riding his Yamaha bike in a wet Sepang MotoGP race was "very dangerous", and he could have easily crashed.
Andrea Dovizioso admits his poor Phillip Island result, which severely hampered his MotoGP title chances, have made him "not so happy" about his victory at Sepang.
Jorge Lorenzo claims he didn't see a dashboard instruction to let Ducati MotoGP teammate Andrea Dovizioso by to win the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Andrea Dovizioso beat Ducati teammate Jorge Lorenzo in a wet Malaysian Grand Prix to keep his slim MotoGP title hopes alive, as Marc Marquez could manage no better than fourth place.