MotoGP
05 Mar
-
08 Mar
Next event in
36 days
R
Thailand GP
19 Mar
-
22 Mar
Next event in
50 days
R
Americas GP
02 Apr
-
05 Apr
Next event in
64 days
R
Argentinian GP
16 Apr
-
19 Apr
Next event in
78 days
R
Spanish GP
30 Apr
-
03 May
Next event in
92 days
14 May
-
17 May
Next event in
106 days
R
Italian GP
28 May
-
31 May
Next event in
120 days
R
Catalan GP
04 Jun
-
07 Jun
Next event in
127 days
18 Jun
-
21 Jun
Next event in
141 days
25 Jun
-
28 Jun
Next event in
148 days
R
Finnish GP
09 Jul
-
12 Jul
Next event in
162 days
06 Aug
-
09 Aug
Next event in
190 days
R
Austrian GP
13 Aug
-
16 Aug
Next event in
197 days
R
British GP
27 Aug
-
30 Aug
Next event in
211 days
R
San Marino GP
10 Sep
-
13 Sep
Next event in
225 days
01 Oct
-
04 Oct
Next event in
246 days
R
Japanese GP
15 Oct
-
18 Oct
Next event in
260 days
R
Australian GP
23 Oct
-
25 Oct
Next event in
268 days
R
Malaysian GP
29 Oct
-
01 Nov
Next event in
274 days
R
Valencia GP
12 Nov
-
15 Nov
Next event in
288 days

Honda finalises Lorenzo's 2019 crew

shares
comments
Honda finalises Lorenzo's 2019 crew
By:
Nov 1, 2018, 2:59 PM

Jorge Lorenzo will work with Dani Pedrosa's former track engineer and will only bring one crew member over from Ducati, Motorsport.com can reveal.

Lorenzo will become Marc Marquez's teammate at Repsol Honda next year and will have ridden for all three top manufacturers in four years, having joined Ducati from Yamaha in 2017.

And much like in his 2017 move, at the end of the current campaign Lorenzo will only bring his trusted mechanic Juan Llansa to Honda from his current Ducati crew.

Llansa has worked with Lorenzo since he raced in the Spanish CEV championship, staying with him in 125cc and 250cc and also during his Yamaha tenure.

Ramon Aurin, who worked formerly with Pedrosa but has been paired up with Takaaki Nakagami this year at LCR, will be the main man in Lorenzo's garage.

Two more people working for Pedrosa - chief mechanic Masashi Ogo and mechanic Emanuel Bechner - will also join Lorenzo's crew.

Arlan Holterman and Marco Barbiani, electronic technicians of LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow, and mechanics Felix Kertzscher and Carles Lurbe of Moto2 teams Intact and Honda Team Asia respectively, will also be added.

Pedrosa's current track engineer Giacomo Guidotti will replace Aurin by Nakagami's side, while telemetry engineer Jose Manuel Allende will join Crutchlow.

Mechanic Pedro Calvet will be part of Stefan Bradl's test team, the German planning to make two to three wildcard appearances in 2019.

Next article
Rins' bike escapes major damage in Suzuki pit fire

Previous article

Rins' bike escapes major damage in Suzuki pit fire

Next article

Sepang MotoGP: Dovizioso fastest in FP1, Lorenzo struggles

Sepang MotoGP: Dovizioso fastest in FP1, Lorenzo struggles
Load comments

About this article

Series MotoGP
Drivers Jorge Lorenzo Shop Now
Teams Repsol Honda Team
Author Oriol Puigdemont