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Multiple Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop will return to the Isle of Man’s Southern 100 races in a fortnight's time, despite suffering a “serious” injury in a Rally Donegal crash that will mean he misses this weekend’s Pikes Peak Hillclimb in the USA.
Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says the door back to MotoGP in 2020 "is more closed" now, as the marque looks set to retain its current line-up.
Ducati’s Alvaro Bautista says he is “very angry” with himself after crashing out of two World Superbike feature races in as many rounds, which he branded “not acceptable”.
Yamaha World Superbike rider Michael van der Mark will miss the remainder of the Misano weekend following his heavy FP2 crash, which has left him with multiple injuries.
Michael van der Mark topped Friday World Superbike practice at Misano, but suffered a massive high-side crash at the end of FP2, which brought out the red flag.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins believes he could have mounted a challenge for his second MotoGP victory of 2019 in Barcelona had he not gotten stuck behind Ducati's Danilo Petrucci.
Jack Miller says Jorge Lorenzo has been “out of control” on warm-up laps this season, as several MotoGP riders raised concerns over the Spaniard's antics before race starts.
Andrea Iannone says Aprilia test rider Bradley Smith, who collided with teammate Aleix Espargaro on lap one, was acting “really dangerous” in the MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix.
Alex Marquez tallied up a hat-trick of victories in the 2019 Moto2 season after beating Tom Luthi in the Catalan Grand Prix to move into the lead of the championship.
Jorge Lorenzo has branded his MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix weekend as “the most consistent” of his debut Honda season, after securing 10th in qualifying on a modified RC213V.
KTM MotoGP rider Johann Zarco has called rumours linking him to Honda in World Superbikes for 2020 “bullshit”, and says the person who started them should “lose his job”.
John McGuinness says he was “surprised, disappointed” by the problems he suffered during the 2019 Isle of Man TT with the Norton in the Superbike and Lightweight classes.
Dean Harrison admits that repeated weather disruptions during the Isle of Man TT fortnight caused him to "lose his way" before he rebounded to win the flagship Senior TT event.
Peter Hickman says Isle of Man TT scrutineers “ruined” his Senior race, having forced him into running his problematic Superbike after they stripped down his Superstock bike on Thursday.