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.
Due to the enforced racing hiatus by the coronavirus pandemic, MotoGP promoters Dorna Sports has announced a financial package to sustain the paddock.
Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta admits he’d be “delighted” if MotoGP could run a 10-round 2020 season once the worst of the coronavirus pandemic has subsided.
Ex-MotoGP star Sete Gibernau says his infamous clash with Valentino Rossi at Jerez in 2005 “opened the door” for contact to become an accepted part of grand prix racing.
Jorge Lorenzo believes he will “not be short of offers” if he were to stage a full-time MotoGP comeback in the future, having retired at the end of the 2019 season.
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KTM MotoGP boss Pit Beirer says that the premier class manufacturers have agreed to hold an extra pre-season test before the coronavirus-delayed 2020 season gets underway.
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Honda team manager Alberto Puig believes MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has responded to the coronavirus pandemic better than “hesitant” Formula 1 owner Liberty Media.
2020 MotoGP rookie Alex Marquez won the first-ever MotoGP Virtual Race at Mugello, while Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales recovered from an opening lap crash to finish on the podium.
Johann Zarco believes he will be “less lost” than the rest of the MotoGP grid when racing resumes as he’s already had more time off a bike than the others.
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