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Teaming up with Valentino Rossi in MotoGP in 2021 “seems impossible” to his half-brother, Moto2 rider Luca Marini, despite Rossi’s exit from the factory Yamaha team.
Valentino Rossi's half-brother Luca Marini admits he has had trouble getting to grips with Moto2's new two-part qualifying format this year.
Moto2 frontrunner Luca Marini has declared he is not prepared to move up to MotoGP prematurely just to give himself the chance to race against half-brother Valentino Rossi.
Francesco Bagnaia won the Moto2 race in Thailand and extended his points lead after his teammate Luca Marini passed Miguel Oliveira on the last lap to complete a Sky VR46 1-2.
Francesco Bagnaia took a lights-to-flag win in his home Moto2 race at Misano, the future Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider extending his points lead.
Francesco Bagnaia opened his Moto2 victory account after holding off Lorenzo Baldassarri by just a tenth of a second in the first race of the 2018 season in Qatar.
Yamaha MotoGP boss Lin Jarvis says the potential future arrival of Valentino Rossi's VR46 team in the premier class need not be a barrier to signing a new satellite outfit for 2019.
Our MotoGP editor Oriol Puigdemont is asked what the split between Tech 3 and Yamaha could mean for Valentino Rossi's team in the latest edition of Motorsport.com's MotoGP Mailbag.
Yamaha would choose Valentino Rossi's Team VR46 operation over Tech 3 as its sole MotoGP satellite squad if given the option in future, claims Herve Poncharal.
Valentino Rossi protege Nicolo Bulega underwent surgery on a broken ankle on Friday night, the result of a crash during Moto3 practice at Valencia.
Luca Marini, half-brother of MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, will switch to the Sky Racing VR46 squad for his third Moto2 campaign next year.
Valentino Rossi's protege Andrea Migno scored his maiden Moto3 victory on home soil after a hectic race at Mugello.
Valentino Rossi's team will be guaranteed a place on the MotoGP grid for in future irrespective of current grid size limits, according to series boss Carmelo Ezpeleta.
Along with MotoGP, the Moto2 and Moto3 seasons will kick off in Qatar this weekend with both grids boasting several potential future premier class stars. David Gruz selects 10 riders who are likely to shine in 2017.