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Venturi: Mortara "a better fit" alongside Massa

Venturi Formula E team principal Susie Wolff says choosing Edoardo Mortara over Maro Engel came down to the Swiss-Italian driver being a "better fit" with ex-Formula 1 racer Felipe Massa.

Redding accepts his "time in MotoGP is over"

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding says he must "accept" that his time in grand prix motorcycling's top tier is over as he continues to weigh up where to race in 2019.

Austria Moto2: Bagnaia beats Oliveira in epic last-lap duel

Francesco Bagnaia retook the Moto2 championship lead after prevailing in a duel with title rival Miguel Oliveira at the Red Bull Ring.

Redding was "destroying mind" trying to hone Aprilia

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding says he was “breaking down” under the pressure of trying to improve the bike before he knew he would not ride it in 2019.

Assen Moto2: Bagnaia wins to rebuild points lead

Sky Racing Team VR46 rider Francesco Bagnaia eased to his fourth Moto2 win of the 2018 season to extend his championship lead.

Assen Moto3: Martin retakes points lead with victory

Jorge Martin retook the Moto3 championship lead with victory at Assen as pre-race points leader Marco Bezzecchi crashed on the last lap.

Luthi weighing up Moto2 return for 2019

MotoGP rookie Tom Luthi says he is considering a return to Moto2 if he is unable to remain in the premier class for a second season next year.

Miller tried to “keep emotions in check” amid grid chaos

Jack Miller says he was trying to “keep his emotions in check” during a bizarre grid sequence for MotoGP's Argentine Grand Prix, in which he was given a headstart by organisers.

Crutchlow “raging” after “tactical mistake" in qualifying

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow was left “absolutely raging” after a tactical error by the team cost him a front row start for the Argentina MotoGP race.

Morbidelli: Marquez has taught us "crashing is the way"

MotoGP rookie Franco Morbidelli says reigning champion Marc Marquez is teaching his fellow Honda riders that crashing is a necessity.

Lorenzo still not "comfortable" on Ducati GP18

Factory Ducati rider Jorge Lorenzo says he still does not feel comfortable on the Desmosedici GP18 after a difficult day’s testing in Thailand.

People will change opinion of Iannone in 2018 – Pernat

Andrea Iannone’s manager Carlo Pernat believes that people will see the Suzuki rider in a different light in the 2018 MotoGP season.

Yamaha warns of six-way rider market spending war

Yamaha team boss Lin Jarvis says MotoGP's six manufacturers must take action to ensure that a spending war doesn't break out between them in future.

Ducati: Last-minute testing rule change was "disrespectful"

Ducati has labelled MotoGP’s late decision to change its testing restrictions as “disrespectful”, after the Italian manufacturer had to alter its arrangements to suit the new rules.

Redding felt no "emotional attachment" to Pramac

Scott Redding admits he has had no emotional attachment to the Pramac Ducati team he has raced with for the last two MotoGP seasons.