Moto2, Moto3 entry lists revealed for 2021 season

Full entry lists for both the 2021 Moto2 and Moto3 seasons have been revealed, confirming the full rider line-ups for both MotoGP's support classes for the coming season.

Moto2, Moto3 entry lists revealed for 2021 season
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The Moto2 entry list is once again dominated by Kalex machinery, with the German manufacturer supplying 22 of the 30 bikes that will race in the intermediate class.

Speed Up will again have four bikes, while MV Agusta and NTS will have two apiece.

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With Enea Bastianini, Luca Marini and Jorge Martin all stepping up to MotoGP next year, Sam Lowes is the highest-placed returnee next season, and will remain in an unchanged line-up at the Marc VDS squad alongside Augusto Fernandez.

Marco Bezzecchi had been approached by Aprilia about a step up to the premier class next year but will instead remain at the VR46 team for another season, with Celestino Vietti making the move up from Moto3 to partner him in place of Marini.

Also stepping up from Moto3 are Albert Arenas (Aspar), Raul Fernandez (Ajo), Tony Arbolino (Intact), Barry Baltus (RW) and Ai Ogura (Honda Team Asia), while Cameron Beaubier joins from MotoAmerica and Yari Montella moves across from the CEV Moto2 series.

Another notable riders changing teams for 2021 include Remy Gardner (Ajo), Thomas Luthi (SAG) and Joe Roberts (Italtrans).

Moto2 entry list 2021:

Team Bike Riders
EG 0,0 Marc VDS


United Kingdom Sam Lowes

Spain Augusto Fernandez

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Italy Stefano Manzi

Spain Hector Garzo

Red Bull KTM Ajo


Australia Remy Gardner

Spain Raul Fernandez

Speed Up Racing

Speed Up

Spain Jorge Navarro

Italy Yari Montella

Intact GP


Italy Tony Arbolino

Germany Marcel Schrotter

SAG Team


Switzerland Thomas Luthi

Malaysia Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin

Petronas Sprinta Racing


Spain Xavi Vierge

United Kingdom Jake Dixon

Italtrans Racing Team


Italy Lorenzo Dalla Porta

United States Joe Roberts

Sky Racing Team VR46


Italy Marco Bezzecchi

Italy Celestino Vietti

Aspar Team

Speed Up

Spain Albert Arenas

Spain Aron Canet

American Racing


Spain Marcos Ramirez

United States Cameron Beaubier

NTS RW Racing GP


Belgium Barry Baltus

Malaysia Hafizh Syahrin 

Federal Oil Gresini Moto2


Italy Fabio di Giannantonio

Italy Nicolo Bulega

Idemitsu Honda Team Asia


Thailand Somkiat Chantra

Japan Ai Ogura

MV Agusta Forward

MV Agusta

Italy Lorenzo Baldassarri

Italy Simone Corsi

While the Moto2 entry list is stable for 2021, the Moto3 grid will slim down to just 28 bikes from the current level of 31 with the disappearance of the VR46 and Monlau teams.

Their loss is partly offset by Avintia expanding to a second bike.

Honda is now down to 12 bikes, while KTM will supply the remaining 16, of which four will be entered under sub-brands Husqvarna and GasGas.

With the top five riders from this year's standings all moving up to Moto2, Jaume Masia is the highest-placed returnee, albeit switching from Leopard Honda to Ajo KTM.

Of this year's other race winners, John McPhee and Darryn Binder will be teammates at Petronas Sprinta Honda, Dennis Foggia stays at Leopard, Tatsuki Suzuki will remain at SIC58 Honda, and Romano Fenati will return for another season with Max Racing Team Husqvarna.

Moto3 entry list 2021:

Team Bike Riders
Red Bull KTM Tech 3 KTM

Japan Ayumu Sasaki

Turkey Deniz Oncu

Leopard Racing Team Honda

Italy Dennis Foggia

Spain Xavi Artigas

Petronas Sprinta Racing Honda

South Africa Darryn Binder

United Kingdom John McPhee

Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM

Spain Pedro Acosta

Spain Jaume Masia

VNE Snipers Team Honda

Italy Andrea Migno

Czech Republic Filip Salac

BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race KTM

Italy Stefano Nepa

Italy Riccardo Rossi

CIP Green Power KTM

Japan Kaito Toba

Austria Maximilian Kofler

GasGas Aspar Team GasGas

Spain Sergio Garcia

Spain Izan Guevara

Honda Team Asia Honda

Japan Yuki Kunii

Indonesia Andi Farid Idzihar

Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 Honda

Argentina Gabriel Rodrigo

Spain Jeremy Alcoba

Esponsorama Avintia KTM

Italy Niccolo Antonelli

Spain Carlos Tatay

Redox PruestelGP KTM

Switzerland Jason Dupasquier

Japan Ryusei Yamanaka

SIC58 Squadra Corse Honda

Japan Tatsuki Suzuki

France Lorenzo Fellon

Sterilgarda Max Racing Team Husqvarna

Spain Alonso Lopez

Italy Romano Fenati

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