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John Hopkins set to work as American Racing rider coach American MotoGP star to coach and mentor the all-American Moto2 team in 2020.
MotoGP, Rossi vs Hamilton: who will be less "slow" in the Valencia challenge? MotoGP: On the eve of the swap, betters are going crazy on social media. Will Valentino be better on the Mercedes F1 or Hamilton on the Yamaha MotoGP?
Lewis Hamilton, Valentino Rossi, Hamilton Rossi swap, F1 news, MotoGP news, F1 2019 Six times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton and MotoGP great Valentino Rossi are preparing for a ride swap in Spain on Monday, with the Briton “super excited” at the prospect.
Autosport Awards: Marc Marquez is Rider of the Year again "Sorry I can't be here at the Autosport Awards, said Marquez. "I want to say thanks for this trophy for Rider of the Year. It's special to win this again. I want to thank everyone and my teams for this." Marquez's competition for the Award was the most diverse yet.
Road to MotoGP: a thriving feeder to the World stage In 2020, riders who have experience in FIM CEV Repsol, Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup will remain high.
SBK, Baz: "Zarco shouldn't have left KTM. Quartararo? He's a real talent." SBK: "I wouldn't like to be in his position, but he's till a great talent. I don't miss the MotoGP, but I would've liked to show them what I was worth."
Bagnaia: Strong Sepang test proved "big problem" for 2019 Pramac Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia says his strong performance in Sepang pre-season testing proved to be a 'big problem' for his rookie MotoGP season.
Marquez: Lorenzo didn't deserve tough final MotoGP season MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says his team-mate Jorge Lorenzo didn't "deserve" to have had such a difficult season as his final year in grand prix racing.
Hamilton and MotoGP great Rossi preparing for ride swap Six times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton and MotoGP great Valentino Rossi are preparing for a ride swap in Spain on Monday, with the Briton "super excited" at the prospect.
Yamaha would be happy to keep Vinales "for 2021 and beyond" He's the only Yamaha rider that's won two races this year, and I would certainly be happy for him to stay with us for '21 and beyond." Vinales is believed to have other potential suitors for 2021, most notably Ducati, whose tech chief Gigi Dall'Igna hinted the Spaniard was on the firm's list.
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Yamaha favouring Vinales in MotoGP for 2021 and beyond Yamaha MotoGP boss Lin Jarvis says he would be happy for Maverick Vinales to remain part of the manufacturer's line-up "for 2021 and beyond". Vinales is responsible for six of Yamaha's seven premier-class wins since his arrival in 2017, and finished as the team's highest-placed rider in the standings this past season.
'Me and Lewis Hamilton will have some fun': MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi ready for ride swap Hamilton, who collected his F1 champion's trophy at an FIA gala in Paris on Friday, will head to Valencia's Ricardo Tormo circuit for the closed event organised by mutual sponsor Monster. 'I think me and @LewisHamilton will have some fun soon,' Rossi teased on his Instagram feed next to a picture of him sitting in a Mercedes F1 car.
MotoGP: Video From Team Suzuki ECSTAR's Test At Jerez A video report from Team Suzuki ECSTAR and the MotoGP test at Circuito de Jerez - Angel Nieto, in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.
MotoGP, Zarco: "I didn't sign with Avintia but with Ducati." MotoGP: "Gigi Dall'Igna convinced me, and he'll find a good chief mechanic for me. My goal is to join the official team in 2021."
MotoGP: Zarco decides on Avintia Ducati? An official announcement may still be pending, but Johann Zarco looks to have confirmed that he will be an Avintia Ducati rider in MotoGP next season. Having seen his hopes of taking over Jorge Lorenzo's Repsol seat thwarted by Alex Marquez, Zarco is thus set to ride his fourth different brand of machine in just over a year.
MotoGP winter gossip, rumour and intrigue - part one Helpful Marc Marquez, Lorenzo wudda, shudda, cudda, Repsol ditched, Quartararo gives the bird.
Zarco admits 2020 Avintia MotoGP deal is signed Frenchman Johann Zarco has admitted he has signed a deal to ride for the Avintia Ducati MotoGP team next year but sees it as a step towards the works squad in 2021. Zarco left the factory KTM team halfway through this season and then stood in for Taka Nakagami at LCR Honda before some negotiations saw Karel Abraham leave the Avintia crew.
Stats: Zarco tops 2019 MotoGP falls list Zarco, Lowes and Booth-Amos top fallers list in the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 respectively this season; overall accident numbers at their lowest since.
MotoGP Legend Valentino Rossi Undergoes a Seat-Fitting Ahead of Swap with Lewis Hamilton Earlier this month, it transpired that 7-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi and 6-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton will swap rides. Now, the veteran Italian has undergone a seat fitting with Mercedes ahead of the highly anticipated occasion. The two motorsport stars will perform the swap at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia.
The Mutts of MotoGP: Moto3 Edition It may be the winter break but there is still one last round up of pups to go through. It's a surprisingly sparse collection but there are some real cuties.
Zarco reveals Avintia Ducati deal is signed Ousted KTM MotoGP rider Johann Zarco has revealed he has signed a deal with Ducati to race for the satellite Avintia squad in 2020.
Johann Zarco reveals Ducati deal, rides for Avintia in MotoGP 2020 Ousted KTM MotoGP rider Johann Zarco has revealed he has signed a deal with Ducati to race for the satellite Avintia squad in 2020. Zarco was linked to the Avintia team during the Valencia weekend after it became clear he would not be getting the works Honda seat vacated by the retired Jorge Lorenzo.
Yamaha Sepang Racing: 'MotoGP star, Malaysian and 8 Hour specialist' "All things considered, we wanted the strongest line-up possible that includes a MotoGP star, a Malaysian rider and an endurance specialist," Razali explained. "Between our two MotoGP riders, Fabio has had a big year already so we don't mind him not participating.
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