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Bradl to replace injured Marquez at Brno MotoGP

Honda has confirmed Marc Marquez will miss this weekend’s Czech Grand Prix following a second surgery on his broken arm, with HRC test rider Stefan Bradl to step in.

Marc Marquez to miss Brno MotoGP race after more surgery

Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will miss this weekend’s Czech Grand Prix at Brno after undergoing a second bout of surgery on his broken right arm on Monday.

Espargaro admits fifth place in the standings a surprise

KTM rider Pol Espargaro says he "wouldn't have trusted" someone saying pre-season he would end the MotoGP Jerez double-header fifth in the standings.

MotoGP set to add Portimao to 2020 calendar

MotoGP has cancelled the remaining flyaway races in Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia for 2020, but is set to add Portugal to the calendar as the 14th race.

Dovizioso: Don't rule Marquez out of title fight yet

Andrea Dovizioso says he feels Marc Marquez still has a chance of contending for the 2020 MotoGP title despite losing 50 points to Fabio Quartararo in the first two rounds of the year at Jerez.

The set-up 'fight' reflecting a change in Rossi's standing Prime

The set-up 'fight' reflecting a change in Rossi's standing

Valentino Rossi returned to the MotoGP podium in the Andalusian GP, but it came after 'political' wrangling over bike set-up with Yamaha which represents another change in approach from Yamaha surrounding Rossi

Rossi podium removed Petronas "doubts" over 2021 decision

Petronas Yamaha boss Razlan Razali says Valentino Rossi’s podium in the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix removed “doubts” he had over the Italian for 2021 after his poor Spanish GP weekend.

Silverstone would be "disappointed" to lose MotoGP race

Silverstone's Stuart Pringle says he would be "very disappointed" if the venue lost MotoGP after 2021, as he believes "one of the best circuits on their calendar just got better".

Espargaro was "completed cooked" in Jerez heat

KTM MotoGP rider Pol Espargaro says he was "completely cooked" in the sweltering Jerez heat during the Andalusian Grand Prix, which he described as “the toughest race of my life”.

The tyre trick that helped Yamaha dominate at Jerez

Yamaha's domination in the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix was helped by a tyre preparation technique Michelin advised all the teams to do.

Podcast: Andalusian GP review, what now for Marc Marquez?

Fabio Quartararo hammered the opposition in Sunday’s MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix at Jerez to take command in the championship.

The dilemma Honda faces in MotoGP with Marquez sidelined Prime

The dilemma Honda faces in MotoGP with Marquez sidelined

The shortcomings of Honda's RC213V have been masked time and again by Marc Marquez, but in his absence at Jerez they were ruthlessly exposed. Now Honda must decide how much easier it needs to be to ride, without upsetting the winning cocktail

Nakagami feels growing Honda support after best finish

Takaaki Nakagami says he senses Honda's support of him is growing in the wake of his best-ever MotoGP finish in the Andalusian Grand Prix.

Bagnaia now feels like "fully-fledged MotoGP rider"

Pramac Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia says his strong Andalusian Grand Prix weekend has made him feel like a “fully-fledged MotoGP rider”, after a technical issue cost him a maiden podium.

Vinales "couldn't breathe" behind Rossi in Andalusian GP

Maverick Vinales admits he “couldn’t breathe” when running behind his Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi in the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix owing to the massive heat.

Spanish GP result made Rossi “worried” about MotoGP future

MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi admits his poor performance in the Spanish Grand Prix last weekend made him “worried” about his decision to continue in MotoGP in 2021, but his third place in Sunday’s Andalusian GP has made him far more positive about the future.

Oliveira disputes Binder’s account of Turn 1 KTM clash

Tech 3 rider Miguel Oliveira says he disagrees with factory KTM counterpart Brad Binder’s version of events which led to their Turn 1 crash in the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix.

Injured Rins "super proud" to finish Andalusian GP

Alex Rins says he is “super proud” to finish the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix inside the top 10 just a week after fracturing and dislocating his right shoulder in a crash.

Quartararo shrugs off Yamaha engine problems

MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix winner Fabio Quartararo says he’s “not worried” about Yamaha’s recent spate of engine reliability woes, following two failures in two races for Franco Morbidelli and Valentino Rossi.

2020 MotoGP championship points after Andalusia Grand Prix

Fabio Quartararo leads the MotoGP world championship for Petronas SRT Yamaha after maintaining his perfect start to the season in the Andalusia Grand Prix, the second round of the 2020 season at Jerez in Spain.

Rossi had to overcome Yamaha “politics” to regain form

Valentino Rossi says he had to overcome Yamaha "politics" to make the set-up changes he wanted ahead of the Andalusian Grand Prix, as he returned to the MotoGP podium for the first time in 17 races.

2020 MotoGP Andalusia Grand Prix race results

Fabio Quartararo won the Andalusia Grand Prix for Petronas SRT Yamaha, the second round of the 2020 MotoGP Championship season at Jerez in Spain.

Andalusia MotoGP: Quartararo takes dominant second win

Fabio Quartararo scored a dominant second MotoGP victory in a row in the Andalusian Grand Prix at Jerez, as Maverick Vinales beat Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi for second.

Marquez: My absence won’t devalue 2020 MotoGP title

Marc Marquez says his absence from this weekend’s Andalusian Grand Prix won’t devalue the 2020 MotoGP title should it ultimately cost him a seventh premier class crown.