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Dovizioso "99 percent" certain to stay at Ducati

Andrea Dovizioso is "99 percent" certain to reach a deal to remain at Ducati in MotoGP for 2021 according to his manager, despite the protracted nature of his negotiations with the team.

Petrucci and KTM have positive first meeting

Danilo Petrucci and KTM have had a "very positive" first meeting, according to Petrucci's manager, as the outgoing Ducati MotoGP rider eyes a switch to the Austrian marque in 2021.

Petrucci would be "competitive right away" in WSBK

Ousted Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci would be "competitive right away" in World Superbike if he chose to switch to the series in 2021, according to his former team boss Francesco Guidotti.

Petrucci confirms exit from Ducati MotoGP fold

Danilo Petrucci has clarified that he will no longer be a Ducati MotoGP rider as of next season, following Jack Miller's promotion to the factory team.

Miller was 'like a rookie' when he first joined Pramac

Newly-promoted factory Ducati rider Jack Miller "looked like he was in his first or second year" of MotoGP when he first joined the Pramac squad in 2018, according to team boss Francesco Guidotti.

Ducati interested in working with Bayliss's son Oli

Ducati Corse sporting director Paolo Ciabatti has expressed an interest in working with Oli Bayliss in future, describing him as a "little clone" of his multi-World Superbike title-winning father Troy.

Suzuki boss advises Ducati against dropping Dovizioso

Suzuki MotoGP team boss Davide Brivio says he feels Ducati should not drop Andrea Dovizioso amid rumours that the Italian veteran is considering a change of scenery for 2021.

Iannone CAS verdict could come before season starts

Andrea Iannone's lawyer has stated he is "confident" that a verdict on the Italian MotoGP rider's appeal against his 18-month doping ban can be achieved by July, when the season is due to begin.

Yamaha had to restrain eager Hamilton during ride swap

Yamaha MotoGP team director Massimo Meregalli has revealed the team had to “stop” an eager Lewis Hamilton from going out on track too early during his ride swap with Valentino Rossi last year.

Marini: Chances of early MotoGP graduation diminished

Moto2 frontrunner Luca Marini, the half-brother of Valentino Rossi, admits that his chances of securing a step up to MotoGP next season have been diminished by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Yamaha holeshot device "super important" for Vinales

Maverick Vinales says the arrival of a holeshot device on Yamaha's MotoGP bike for 2020 is "super important" as he looks to improve his starts, one of his main weaknesses in recent seasons.

Michelin denies new tyre will favour Yamaha, Suzuki

Michelin MotoGP boss Piero Taramasso has denied that its new-for-2020 rear tyre will favour Yamaha and Suzuki despite the early evidence suggesting the inline-four machines stand to gain most.

Ducati chief on Iannone return: "Never say never"

Ducati MotoGP sporting director Paolo Ciabatti says that a return to the Borgo Panigale marque for Andrea Iannone next season cannot be ruled out, after Pramac expressed interest in a reunion.

Vinales felt he lacked Yamaha's "trust" last year

Maverick Vinales admits he felt he was missing Yamaha's "trust" for much of the 2019 MotoGP season, which played a part in him strongly considering a switch to Ducati for 2021.

Lorenzo: I could've challenged Marquez with Ducati

Jorge Lorenzo believes he could have challenged Marc Marquez for 2019 MotoGP title honours had he been retained by Ducati.

Avintia in the "red zone" amid enforced MotoGP hiatus

Avintia Ducati team manager Ruben Xaus admits his squad is in the "red zone" financially owing to the lengthy coronavirus-induced delay to the start of the 2020 MotoGP season.

Suzuki wants to keep Rins, Mir beyond 2022

Suzuki MotoGP boss Davide Brivio says he hopes to keep his team's existing riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir beyond the term of their forthcoming anticipated contract extensions.

Aprilia: Racing 2020 bikes next year "not madness"

Aprilia Racing CEO Massimo Rivola says the idea of MotoGP following in Formula 1’s footsteps and racing with current machinery next year to save costs is “not madness”.

Marquez brothers will be tough to manage - Espargaro

Pol Espargaro believes Honda will find it “difficult” to manage a MotoGP line-up comprising Marc Marquez and his brother Alex in 2020, especially as the pair are “very close” off-track.

Ducati: WSBK needs more characters like Redding

Ducati sporting director Paolo Ciabatti says that World Superbike could benefit from having more top riders like Scott Redding, likening him to the Italian marque's past stars Carl Fogarty and Troy Bayliss.

MotoGP hiatus has "messed up" Rossi's future plans

Valentino Rossi admits the forced hiatus for MotoGP due to the coronavirus pandemic has “messed up the plan” he had for deciding his future beyond the 2020 season.

Rossi: Pedrosa, Lorenzo could race in 2021

Valentino Rossi believes his former MotoGP rivals Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo could both return to the grid in 2021.

Petrucci reveals late-2019 crisis of confidence

Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci admits that a crisis of confidence stemming from an ambition of finishing second in the 2019 standings was partly to blame for his dramatic slump in form late last year.

Iannone's doping appeal hearing date set

Andrea Iannone’s appeal hearing to have his FIM doping ban overturned has been set for February 4, which means he will miss the first running of the MotoGP pre-season.