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Nakagami "not interested" in MotoGP title fight
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Nakagami "not interested" in MotoGP title fight

LCR Honda's Takaaki Nakagami says he's "not interested" in the title fight currently despite claiming his maiden MotoGP pole in Teruel Grand Prix qualifying.

Quartararo has no "real pace" to fight in Teruel GP Teruel GP
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Quartararo has no "real pace" to fight in Teruel GP

Fabio Quartararo admits he's "a bit worried" about Sunday's MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix as he doesn't "have the real pace" to fight for a strong result from sixth.

Championship "not in my hands" – Dovizioso

Andrea Dovizioso says the championship is "not in my hands" ahead of the MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix following another difficult qualifying in which he was 17th.

Marquez "needs to be lucky" to mount Teruel podium charge Teruel GP
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Marquez "needs to be lucky" to mount Teruel podium charge

Honda rider Alex Marquez admits he he'll "need to be lucky" to mount another Aragon MotoGP podium charge after qualifying a season's-best 10th for the Teruel Grand Prix.

Teruel MotoGP: Nakagami takes maiden pole, Mir only 12th Teruel GP
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Teruel MotoGP: Nakagami takes maiden pole, Mir only 12th

Takaaki Nakagami claimed a historic maiden MotoGP pole position in a Teurel Grand Prix qualifying in which championship leader Joan Mir was 12th and Andrea Dovizioso only 17th.

Bradl claims he'll see out 2020 season in place of Marquez

Stefan Bradl claims he will see out the 2020 MotoGP season, meaning injured world champion Marc Marquez will not return for the final three rounds.

Teruel MotoGP: Morbidelli tops FP3, all Ducatis miss Q2

Franco Morbidelli led a tight third MotoGP practice for the Teruel Grand Prix as all Ducati runners fall into Q1 for the second week in a row.

MotoGP on TV today – How can I watch qualifying for the Teruel GP?

Aragon will host its second consecutive MotoGP round on October 23-25. Find out how to watch Teruel Grand Prix qualifying, what time it starts and more here.

How real is the Honda MotoGP threat at Aragon?

From a surprise struggler to victory contender, 2020 has been a rollercoaster of a campaign for Honda and its riders. With Alex Marquez and Takaaki Nakagami finding form at the right time, can they pull off the latest MotoGP shock?

Off-pace Dovizioso says Ducati “didn’t make any step forward”

Andrea Dovizioso says Ducati “didn’t make any step forward” from the Aragon Grand Prix after ending MotoGP Teruel GP practice 1.458 seconds off the pace in 19th.

Mir admits he's “really surprised” by Honda’s pace in Aragon

MotoGP championship leader Joan Mir admits he’s surprised by the pace Honda riders displayed during Friday’s practices at the Teruel Grand Prix at Aragon.

Teruel MotoGP: Nakagami fastest in FP2, Ducatis struggle

LCR Honda’s Takaaki Nakagami led Maverick Vinales in second practice for the MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix as the factory Ducatis endured a tough session.

Michelin explains Quartararo’s Aragon GP tyre issue

Michelin has explained what caused Fabio Quartararo’s front tyre pressure to go “out of control” during last weekend’s MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix, which left him in 18th.

Teruel MotoGP: Alex Marquez quickest in FP1 despite crash

Honda's Alex Marquez topped the first MotoGP practice for the inaugural Teruel Grand Prix despite crashing late on, while title contender Fabio Quartararo was only 17th.

Marquez absence not reason for “strange” season – Quartararo

Fabio Quartararo doesn’t believe Marc Marquez’s absence is the reason MotoGP in 2020 has been so “strange” and says the new rear tyre has had more of an influence.

Honda’s Nakagami gets factory MotoGP bike for 2021

Takaaki Nakagami has confirmed he will ride a factory Honda in 2021, having renewed his MotoGP contract with HRC to remain with LCR for two more years.

No team orders at Ducati despite Aragon GP bust-up

Both Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci insist there have been no discussions regarding Ducati team orders despite the pair’s falling out over MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix qualifying.

Crutchlow: Honda not wrong to move Marquez out of factory team

LCR’s Cal Crutchlow doesn’t believe Honda was wrong in moving Alex Marquez out of its factory MotoGP team for 2021 before the season had begun, despite his recent form.

“Not fair” to impose team orders on Rins now – Mir

Joan Mir says it wouldn’t be “fair” Suzuki to impose team orders on Alex Rins for the final races as he still has a chance to win the MotoGP championship.

“No perfect solution” to stopping COVID in MotoGP – Espargaro

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro says there’s “no perfect solution” to truly controlling the spread of COVID-19 in the MotoGP paddock.

Nakagami secures multi-year LCR Honda deal

Takaaki Nakagami will remain in MotoGP in 2021 with LCR having signed a multi-year extension with Honda. 

Alex Marquez: I’ve “started to understand” Honda criticisms

Factory rider Alex Marquez says he’s “started to understand” why Honda’s MotoGP bike has constantly been labelled difficult following his second podium last weekend at Aragon.

Honda MotoGP team dismisses new Marquez surgery rumours

Honda has announced reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez’s recovery from a broken arm is "proceeding as planned” amidst reports he may need a third surgery.

Stoner: Rossi celebrating top fives like a win "sad"

Double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner says it’s “sad” for him to see Valentino Rossi celebrating a top five or a podium “like a victory”.

Repsol renews title partnership with Honda in MotoGP

Spanish oil giant Repsol has confirmed a two-year extension of its title sponsorship of the Honda MotoGP team, beginning from 2021. 

Espargaro: It's "not easy to be positive" about Aprilia speed

Aleix Espargaro says "it's not easy to be positive" as he "can't go faster" than he currently is on the Aprilia following his 13th at the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.

How Honda has fixed a bike that only Marc Marquez could ride Prime

How Honda has fixed a bike that only Marc Marquez could ride

The Honda RC213V was for a long time seen as 'Marc Marquez's bike' but, with his injury lay-off, none of Honda's other riders had been able to get a tune out of it. But it's undergone a transformation, and is now a force in the hands of his brother Alex

Morbidelli "scared" by Suzuki's Aragon GP pace

Petronas SRT Yamaha's Franco Morbidelli says he was "scared" by the pace MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix winner Alex Rins displayed in the early stages of Sunday's race.

Aragon GP "painful" for KTM – Espargaro

Pol Espargaro says the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix was "painful for KTM" after no RC16 rider made it into the top 10 for only the second time this season.

Podcast: Reviewing Aragon as the other Marquez stars

Alex Rins became MotoGP’s eighth different winner in a manic 2020 season, while Suzuki teammate Joan Mir took the championship lead at the Aragon Grand Prix, and Alex Marquez took his second consecutive podium finish for Honda.

Crutchlow came “very close” to pitlane start at Aragon GP

LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says a slipping clutch on the warm-up lap of the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix almost forced him into starting from pitlane on his spare Honda.

Why Rins should have never been doubted

Alex Rins came into 2020 as one of the MotoGP title favourites with the emerging Suzuki package, only for injury to put him on the back foot. But, in one of the most unpredictable campaigns, can the Spaniard stake his claim again?

Miller "gave up" on MotoGP title hopes after Le Mans

Jack Miller says his ninth in the Aragon Grand Prix didn't impact his MotoGP title hopes as he "already gave up that ghost" at Le Mans.

Vinales: Yamaha "won't make weak points stronger" this year

Maverick Vinales admits the "weak points" of the Yamaha won't be made better and will now focus fully on the "DNA" of the M1 after Sunday's MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.

Quartararo: MotoGP title pressure on factory riders, not me

Petronas SRT’s Fabio Quartararo says the pressure in the 2020 MotoGP title race is “not really on me” and is more on his factory team rivals. 

Dovizioso: Suzuki will be “very hard to fight” in MotoGP title race

Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso believes it will be “very hard to fight” with Suzuki for the MotoGP title following its second double podium in three races at the Aragon Grand Prix.

Mir claims he ‘cares less’ about title than rivals

New points leader Joan Mir says he cares less about the MotoGP title currently than other riders and won’t change his race-by-race approach after finishing third in the Aragon Grand Prix.

Alex Marquez plays down regular podium potential for Honda

Honda rookie Alex Marquez insists that regular MotoGP podium visits are “not our real potential” despite scoring his second-successive rostrum finish with second at the Aragon Grand Prix.

“Out of control” front tyre pressure ruined Quartararo’s race

Fabio Quartararo says “out of control” front tyre pressure after three laps of the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix led to his career-worst 18th-place finish and him ceding the championship lead.

Rins: Aragon win harder than Marquez Silverstone fight

Suzuki’s Alex Rins says his Aragon Grand Prix victory was “more difficult” than his Silverstone MotoGP battle with Marc Marquez and Texas fight with Valentino Rossi in 2019.

Aragon MotoGP: Rins wins from Marquez, disaster for Quartararo

Suzuki’s Alex Rins won a thrilling MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix from Alex Marquez, as a miserable afternoon for Fabio Quartararo in 18th allowed Joan Mir to take the championship lead.

Yamaha won’t replace Rossi for second Aragon MotoGP race

Yamaha has confirmed it will not field a replacement for Valentino Rossi in next weekend’s MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix, ending speculation of a potential Jorge Lorenzo comeback.

Suzuki’s Mir expects a “great fight” with Yamahas in Aragon GP Aragon GP
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Suzuki’s Mir expects a “great fight” with Yamahas in Aragon GP

Suzuki’s Joan Mir is expecting a “great fight” with his Yamaha rivals ahead of him in Sunday’s MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.

Quartararo was “worried” to stand up after painful FP3 crash Aragon GP
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Quartararo was “worried” to stand up after painful FP3 crash

Aragon Grand Prix poleman Fabio Quartararo says his strange MotoGP FP3 crash wasn’t a result of him unnecessarily pushing in the cold conditions, but he was concerned that he might have hurt himself.

Crutchlow: Suspension update “not miracle cure” for Honda

LCR’s Cal Crutchlow says a suspension update from Ohlins isn’t the “miracle cure that will make you win” on the Honda, despite qualifying third for the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.

Dovizioso: Using me for tow 'not a smart move' by Petrucci Aragon GP
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Dovizioso: Using me for tow 'not a smart move' by Petrucci

Andrea Dovizioso thinks Danilo Petrucci using him for a tow in Aragon Grand Prix Q1 “wasn’t a smart move” as it knocked Ducati’s main MotoGP title hope out of qualifying.

Aleix Espargaro explains qualifying collision with brother Pol Aragon GP
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Aleix Espargaro explains qualifying collision with brother Pol

Aleix Espargaro says the collision with his brother Pol in qualifying for the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix was a result of him having to avoid a slow Alex Marquez. 

MotoGP on TV today – How can I watch the Aragon Grand Prix?

This weekend MotoGP travels to Spain for the Aragon Grand Prix. Find out how to watch it, what time it starts and more here.

Aragon MotoGP: Quartararo takes pole despite hip injury Aragon GP
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Aragon MotoGP: Quartararo takes pole despite hip injury

Championship leader Fabio Quartararo claimed his 10th MotoGP pole after topping Aragon Grand Prix qualifying just hours after a heavy crash in FP3 left him with a hip injury.

Delay in Iannone doping ban decision 'damages' Aprilia - CEO

Aprilia CEO Massimo Rivola says the delay in Andrea Iannone’s doping ban decision until mid-November does “damage” the MotoGP team, but believes its case is concrete. 

Aragon MotoGP: Quartararo escapes serious injury in crash

Franco Morbidelli topped a dramatic third MotoGP practice for the Aragon Grand Prix as championship leader Fabio Quartararo had to be taken to the medical centre after a heavy crash.

Quartararo expects “big potential” Ducati comeback at Aragon

MotoGP championship leader Fabio Quartararo expects Ducati to bounce back from its difficult Friday at the Aragon Grand Prix and is wary of its “big potential”.

Aragon MotoGP: Start time pushed back in schedule shake-up

The MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix start time on Sunday has been pushed back by an hour as part of a shake-up to the rest of the weekend schedule beginning on Saturday.

Vinales “not thinking about” MotoGP championship at Aragon

Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales insists he’s “not thinking about the championship” at the Aragon MotoGP, despite topping both practice sessions on Friday.

Mir: My Suzuki feels good again, but isn't as fast as Yamahas

Suzuki’s Joan Mir says he has “recovered the good feelings” that went missing at Le Mans but admits he's not quick enough yet after Friday at the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix.

Dovizioso "worried" about Q2 chances at Aragon

Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso admits he's "worried" about getting into Q2 for the Aragon Grand Prix from FP3 after struggling in the cold conditions during Friday's MotoGP practices.

MotoGP riders fear FP3 delay not enough amid cold weather

Several MotoGP riders have raised concerns that the 30-minute delay to Saturday’s Aragon Grand Prix FP3 won’t be enough to ensure safer track conditions.

Iannone doping hearing decision set for mid-November

The Court of Arbitration for Sports has confirmed a final ruling on Aprilia MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone’s 18-month doping ban will be delivered by mid-November.

Why Yamaha won't have a Hulkenberg moment with Lorenzo Prime

Why Yamaha won't have a Hulkenberg moment with Lorenzo

In Valentino Rossi's enforced absence from the factory Yamaha, test rider Jorge Lorenzo should be a natural replacement. But where Nico Hulkenberg has shone when jumping into the deep end, some key factors suggest Lorenzo might struggle

Aragon MotoGP: Vinales dominates FP2 as Ducati struggles

Maverick Vinales once again led a Yamaha 1-2-3 after topping second practice for the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix, while no Ducati made it into provisional Q2 spots.