Marc VDS Racing
Marc VDS MotoGP team boss Michael Bartholemy says his role at the Belgian outfit is not under threat amid reports of a rift with owner Marc van der Straten.
A Suzuki satellite MotoGP team is now unlikely to materialise for the 2019 season, Motorsport.com has learned, paving the way for Marc VDS to link up with Yamaha instead.
Marc VDS Honda rider Franco Morbidelli says he was "positively surprised" with his speed after he finished 12th on his MotoGP debut in Qatar.
Marc VDS is moving towards a deal with Yamaha to replace Tech 3 as the Japanese manufacturer’s satellite team from 2019, Motorsport.com understands.
Reigning Moto3 champion Joan Mir says he would rather move up to MotoGP in 2019 than spend extra time in Moto2 just to become a champion.
MotoGP rookie Franco Morbidelli says reigning champion Marc Marquez is teaching his fellow Honda riders that crashing is a necessity.
Moto2 champion Franco Morbidelli says it is unrealistic for him to match the accomplishments of Johann Zarco from last year in his maiden MotoGP season.
Tom Luthi admits that it is taking longer to change his riding style for MotoGP than his other fellow rookies due to his lengthy Moto2 career.
Abdulaziz Al Faisal drove the #2 Mercedes-AMG across the finish line after completing 606 laps of the 5.39km Dubai Autodrome
Marc VDS team manager Michael Bartholemy says reigning Moto2 champion Franco Morbidelli is the most talented rider he has worked with in MotoGP since Shinya Nakano.
Moto3 world champion Joan Mir says his first experience of the Marc VDS-run Kalex Moto2 bike he will ride next year was like "love at first sight".
Franco Morbidelli was crowned Moto2 champion last weekend at Sepang, the culmination of a long and difficult journey for the Italian - who had to face the tragedy of losing his father four years ago.
As has been the case in several editions before, the Australian MotoGP did not fail to impress when it came ot the action.
Jack Miller reckons ‘everything and anything’ is possible in the Australian Grand Prix, as he looks to turn an impressive qualifying performance into a solid result on home soil.
Jack Miller says the broken leg that ruled him out of last week’s Motegi MotoGP race had no effect on his laptimes during Friday practice at Phillip Island.