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Valentino Rossi concedes the only reason the MotoGP title fight is so finely poised at the moment is because Marc Marquez crashed out of a commanding lead last weekend at Austin.
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Suzuki MotoGP rookie Joan Mir says the speed he demonstrated after his jump-start penalty at Austin left him feeling "angry".
Jorge Lorenzo says he was making "strange mistakes" in the opening stages of the Grand Prix of the Americas before his Honda MotoGP bike failed.
Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro insists that an electronic problem, not rider error, was to blame for for his early crash in last weekend's Americas Grand Prix.
Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says his rival Marc Marquez's crash at Austin shows the Spaniard "doesn't have everything under control".
Cal Crutchlow was left to count the cost of another "big missed opportunity" after crashing while battling Valentino Rossi in MotoGP's Americas Grand Prix.
Valentino Rossi and Jack Miller both acknowledge MotoGP's newest race winner Alex Rins as a threat for the title this year after the Suzuki rider's breakthrough success at Austin.
Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales admits that serving the wrong penalty during the Austin MotoGP race was "all my fault", and also accepts the blame for jumping the start.
Jack Miller says that "working harder than ever before" in 2019 is starting to pay dividends as he ended a podium drought of nearly three years in Sunday's Austin MotoGP race.
A magnanimous Valentino Rossi admits he was beaten fair and square by Suzuki’s new race winner Alex Rins in the closing stages of the Austin MotoGP race.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins beat Valentino Rossi to score his first MotoGP win, ending Marc Marquez's unbeaten run at the Circuit of the Americas as the Spaniard crashed out of a healthy lead.
Marc Marquez continued his domination at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas by topping the warm-up for today’s MotoGP race, as Andrea Dovizioso – who starts 13th – was boosted by setting the second fastest time.
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez admits that the pair of wild moments on Saturday in Austin, where his Honda shook violently at high speed, put pressure on his long-standing shoulder injury.
Jorge Lorenzo says the chain issues that compromised his qualifying at the Circuit of the Americas are “clearly a problem” for the Honda MotoGP squad.
Marc Marquez took his seventh consecutive pole position at the Circuit of the Americas in qualifying for MotoGP's Grand Prix of the Americas, while title rival Andrea Dovizioso ended up down in 13th.
MotoGP has been forced to cancel all remaining free practice sessions for the Grand Prix of the Americas on Saturday morning due to the threat of lightning in the area.