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Honda is close to signing Alex Marquez to join brother Marc at the works Repsol team for the 2020 MotoGP season in place of the retiring Jorge Lorenzo, Motorsport.com has learned.
MotoGP boss Carmelo Ezpeleta has urged Jorge Lorenzo to make a decision on his future, describing the beleaguered Honda rider's recent struggles as "sad".
Phillip Island could move to the front end of the 2021 MotoGP calendar, with series organiser Dorna pushing for a date change in a bid for better weather.
Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig admits that securing a triple success of riders', manufacturers' and teams' titles in 2019 would be "incredible" given Jorge Lorenzo's current performances.
The amazing form of rookie rider Fabio Quartararo and newcomer team Petronas has stunned MotoGP - but its biggest significance is in showing Yamaha the value of a trick it's been missing.
Yamaha and Ducati have so far failed to break Honda and Marc Marquez's stranglehold on MotoGP. Can an underdog marque with a different approach and a youth philosophy do what they couldn’t?
Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo has offered his services to the Petronas Yamaha team for 2021, Motorsport.com has learned.
Jorge Lorenzo has been linked with a shock move to Pramac Ducati in 2020, but such a switch is complicated by several factors. Oriol Puigdemont analyses the situation.
Marc Marquez and Alex Rins have both been summoned by MotoGP race direction over their run-in during qualifying at Brno on Saturday.
Yamaha MotoGP team boss Lin Jarvis says the Iwata brand is better at responding to the specific needs of its riders than rival marque Honda, despite Marc Marquez's success.
Ducati's MotoGP rivals have made more progress with their bikes than the Italian manufacturer during the 2019 season, according Andrea Dovizioso.
Valentino Rossi has been a MotoGP star for a generation, but in 2019 he has made his worst-ever start to a season. In this revealing interview, Yamaha team boss Lin Jarvis explains why the manufacturer is already looking to life without Rossi.
Ducati MotoGP sporting director Paolo Ciabatti has accused his Honda counterpart Alberto Puig of misinterpreting his statements in order to manufacturer controversy.