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Alex Marquez closing on 2020 Repsol Honda MotoGP deal

Honda is close to signing Alex Marquez to join brother Marc at the works Repsol team for the 2020 MotoGP season in place of the retiring Jorge Lorenzo, Motorsport.com has learned.

Marquez "proud" Alex is on Honda's list to replace Lorenzo

Marc Marquez says Honda considering his brother Alex for a 2020 MotoGP ride is a point of pride, and believes the Moto2 champion is "ready for anything".

Zarco: Repsol Honda call-up would be "exceptional dream"

Johann Zarco says a 2020 Repsol Honda MotoGP call-up in light of Jorge Lorenzo’s retirement would be “an exceptional dream”, but insists he would be happy with an LCR ride as well.

Lorenzo sorry to have "disappointed" Honda and Puig

Retiring three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo says he’s “very sorry” to have “disappointed” Honda and team boss Alberto Puig with his poor form in 2019.

In full: Jorge Lorenzo's retirement speech at Valencia

Speaking during a press conference in Valencia, three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo looked back on his accomplished career and outlined his reasons for retiring.

Three-time champion Lorenzo announces MotoGP retirement

Three-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo has called time on his glittering career at the end of his worst season in grand prix racing.

Lorenzo set to make major announcement at Valencia

Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo appears likely to announce his retirement from grand prix motorcycle racing later on Thursday.

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda Prime

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda

There's no simple explanation to why Marc Marquez has been able to leave his MotoGP rivals firmly in the shade - but the world champion's affinity for motocross may be a major part of the puzzle.

Dovizioso: Marquez "very aggressive" in following Quartararo

Andrea Dovizioso says Marc Marquez shadowing of MotoGP Malaysian Grand Prix poleman Fabio Quartararo prior to his qualifying crash was “very aggressive”, but praised the Honda rider’s relentlessness.

Lorenzo "unrecognisable" during Honda tenure

Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo admits his form has been "unrecognisable" for most of the period since he joined Honda from Ducati.

Honda: Teams' title would be "incredible" in current situation

Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig admits that securing a triple success of riders', manufacturers' and teams' titles in 2019 would be "incredible" given Jorge Lorenzo's current performances.

Marquez's Phillip Island win was "slow-cooked"

Marc Marquez said he "slow-cooked" his 11th victory of the MotoGP season at Phillip Island after he closely followed Maverick Vinales for a long time before passing him on the last lap.

Marquez almost 'gave up' saving test crash

Marc Marquez says he was close to 'giving up' and crashing before he managed to pull off his latest heroic save during MotoGP's post-FP2 tyre test at Phillip Island.

Lorenzo "found something" in Motegi closing stages

Jorge Lorenzo says he "found something" in the latter stages of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, which he described as his best MotoGP outing since his return from injury.

Motegi MotoGP: Marquez sees off Quartararo threat

Honda rider Marc Marquez saw off an early threat from Fabio Quartararo to score his 10th MotoGP victory of the 2019 season in commanding fashion at Motegi.

Motegi MotoGP: Marquez leads Quartararo in warm-up

Motegi poleman Marc Marquez topped Sunday morning's warm-up session for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix ahead of Fabio Quartararo.

Lorenzo: Motegi FP2 "best session" since Assen injury

Jorge Lorenzo said that FP2 for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix has been his best session since he got injured at Assen, as he reverted to a chassis he used back in May.

Marquez doesn't care "faster" Honda is harder to ride

Marc Marquez says the 2019 Honda MotoGP bike being hard to ride does not bother him because it is faster than its predecessor.

Why Honda must now split with Lorenzo Prime

Why Honda must now split with Lorenzo

Even though Jorge Lorenzo and Honda both insist on seeing out the contract that ties them together through 2020, prolonging the current situation for another year makes no sense for either party when it seems to be getting even worse

Lorenzo Q&A: "Sometimes my best is disappointing"

Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo's first season with Honda has so far proven a crushing disappointment. Speaking to Oriol Puigdemont, he opens up about a disastrous 2019 campaign, and what the future holds.

Marquez: This title even better than 2014 crown

Newly-crowned six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez said that his 2019 title campaign was even better than his run to the championship in 2014 - when he won the first 10 races of the season.

Marquez knew about "big chance" of a crash in qualifying

Marc Marquez knew there was a “big chance” he would crash as he was braking for Turn 5 during MotoGP's Q2 at Buriram, but still opted against backing off.

Crutchlow: Honda has "embarrassing" out-lap handicap

Cal Crutchlow says the current Honda’s performance on out-laps is “embarrassing”, and believes this played a part in Marc Marquez’s MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix FP1 crash.

Marquez "couldn't breathe" for five seconds after crash

MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he "couldn't breathe" for five seconds after his massive and "strange" practice crash in Thailand, which he admitted was at least in part his mistake.