Karel Abraham1990-01-02 (age 30)
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The Avintia MotoGP team had to split with Karel Abraham to ensure it was in a "secure situation" going forward, says the team's sporting director Ruben Xaus.
MotoGP regular Karel Abraham says he is out of a ride for 2020 and will conclude his career in the premier class, paving the way for Johann Zarco's full-time return.
Czech MotoGP rider Karel Abraham fears that his home grand prix at Brno this year will be the last, as he claims the government in not providing enough financial support to keep the event viable.
Karel Abraham says he is trying "everything" to continue in MotoGP for 2019 but admits there are "very few" options still available to remain on the grid.
As many as six riders are in contention for the two seats at Avintia Ducati for the 2018 MotoGP season, Motorsport.com has learned.
Karel Abraham sustained a hairline fracture in his right ankle in a “completely useless” Austin practice clash with Aspar Ducati MotoGP teammate Alvaro Bautista.
Karel Abraham says he hopes his star turn in Argentina MotoGP qualifying proves to his critics that he deserves his place in the sport.
MotoGP points leader Maverick Vinales believes Argentina qualifying surprise performer Karel Abraham could be a major factor in the opening laps of the race.
MotoGP points leader Maverick Vinales continued to set the pace in second practice for the Argentine Grand Prix, beating Marc Marquez by three tenths of a second.
British Superbike champion Josh Brookes says he expects to make "significant" performance gains after completing his first World Superbike test at Jerez.
Josh Brookes and Karel Abraham will join the World Superbikes grid in 2016 as part of the Milwaukee squad, which is to run the BMW S1000RR bikes with backing from the German manufacturer.