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Ducati secures Martin as Miller's Pramac replacement

Ducati has secured Moto2 frontrunner Jorge Martin to replace works team-bound Jack Miller at the Pramac MotoGP squad for 2021, Motorsport.com has learned.

KTM insists engine freeze won't slow its progress

KTM insists that the MotoGP engine freeze introduced to control costs in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic will not affect its progress.

Miller secures 2021 Ducati factory team promotion

Jack Miller will step up to the factory Ducati MotoGP team for the 2021 season, with an option to extend his stay by a further year.

Ducati contract talks with Dovizioso at a standstill

Contract negotiations between Ducati and Andrea Dovizioso for the 2021 MotoGP season are still on hold, with Dovizioso’s manager confirming no proposal has been made to his rider still.

KTM opposed Aprilia engine development request

KTM has revealed it opposed Aprilia's request to continue developing its MotoGP engine before the 2020 season starts, and has no plans to deviate from its current design.

KTM plays down Dovizioso rumours for 2021

KTM MotoGP boss Pit Beirer says the Austrian marque’s plan is to retain Pol Espargaro and Brad Binder for 2021, casting doubt on rumours of Andrea Dovizioso joining the team.

Talks to place Rossi at Petronas SRT get underway

Petronas Yamaha boss Razlan Razali has revealed that talks have already been held about signing Valentino Rossi for the 2021 MotoGP season.

Petronas rules out Rossi/Lorenzo dream combo for 2021

Petronas Yamaha has suggested an all-start MotoGP line-up of Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo for 2021 is now unlikely, as it looks set to retain Franco Morbidelli.

Why Rossi joining Petronas looks almost inevitable Prime

Why Rossi joining Petronas looks almost inevitable

From taking time to assess his MotoGP future to having the decision effectively made for him, Valentino Rossi has made the first steps on the path to joining the satellite Petronas Yamaha squad.

Rins "annoyed" by claims Suzuki is easy to ride

Alex Rins admits that the widespread perception the Suzuki MotoGP bike is the easiest on the grid to ride "annoy" him.

How coronavirus has thrown MotoGP silly season wide open Prime

How coronavirus has thrown MotoGP silly season wide open

While certain key players are tied down for the foreseeable future, there remain significant question marks about the 2021 MotoGP rider roster, and the indefinite pause resulting from the coronavirus pandemic has created further complications

MotoGP manufacturers to hold coronavirus crisis talks

All six MotoGP manufacturers will meet this week to discuss cost-saving measures, including a freeze on engine development, in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

MotoGP handled coronavirus better than “hesitant” F1

Honda team manager Alberto Puig believes MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has responded to the coronavirus pandemic better than “hesitant” Formula 1 owner Liberty Media.

Honda: We were ready for the season, Ducati wasn't

Honda MotoGP team manager Alberto Puig has hit back at claims made by Ducati boss Gigi Dall'Igna that the delayed start to the season will benefit HRC and Marc Marquez.

Why Lorenzo could regret risky wildcard decision

Just months after retiring from racing, three-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo will return to MotoGP race action with a wildcard outing in Barcelona with Yamaha. Many have questioned this decision, which comes with its own set of risks

How Ducati has been left behind in the MotoGP rider market Prime

How Ducati has been left behind in the MotoGP rider market

As Yamaha and Suzuki look to the future and plan to curtail Honda's dominance, Ducati's options are limited to what it already has

MotoGP could hold Qatar replacement race before Argentina

Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says it's possible a replacement for the cancelled Qatar MotoGP race could take place earlier than the new season start in Argentina.

MotoGP could resort to double-headers amid coronavirus

FIM President Jorge Viegas admits MotoGP could resort to running two races in a single weekend should the coronavirus outbreak force more races to be cancelled.

Austin state of emergency casts major doubt over MotoGP opener

MotoGP's Grand Prix of the Americas event has been thrown into significant doubt following the declaration of a state of emergency in host city Austin due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Aragon date could move to accommodate Thai MotoGP

Dorna may move the Aragon MotoGP race forward by two weeks to accommodate the postponed Thailand round on October 4.

Suzuki won't have holeshot device for Qatar

Suzuki will not have its own version of the Ducati-pioneered 'holeshot device' ready for the start of the MotoGP season in Qatar, says Alex Rins.

Binder says "amazing lap" in test was a surprise

KTM MotoGP rider Brad Binder says his strong laptime on the final day of pre-season testing in Qatar came as a surprise.

What we learned from the Qatar MotoGP test

It will take something special to dethrone Marc Marquez as MotoGP's supreme force but, as pre-season testing indicated, the conditions for this may very well be in place for 2020.

Crutchlow having to ride "amateur" to stay on 2020 Honda

LCR’s Cal Cructhlow admits he is having to ride the 2020 Honda MotoGP bike “quite amateur” just to “stay on” it and feels worse on it in Qatar than in Malaysia.