MotoGP: Massive shuffles, cramped calendar — off-season developments that can impact 2020, 2021 seasons
The 2020 MotoGP season is special in so many ways - it is a season like no other, and hopefully, this spirit will translate into unprecedented on-track action as well.
Alex Marquez, who won Moto2 last year, will debut with Repsol Honda in MotoGP this season before switching to the satellite LCR outfit with his contract extended to the end of 2022.
MotoGP: Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso expected to be fit for start of season after undergoing surgery on collarbone
Dovizioso sustained the injury on Sunday in a crash while competing in a motocross race at Faenza in northern Italy
Formula 1 looks to add races to European season as more cancellations in store due to COVID-19 pandemic
The current schedule features eight races, all in Europe, but with the sport hoping for a season of between 15 and 18 rounds.
The MotoGP season stalled by the novel coronavirus pandemic will begin with back-to-back races at the Jerez circuit in Spain on 19 and 26 July, the sport’s governing body said on Thursday.
MotoGP is hoping to begin racing in Spain, which usually hosts four rounds of the championship, at the southern Jerez circuit in July
The MotoGP races in Britain and Australia are the latest to be cancelled on the international motorcycle racing circuit because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo will not have a chance to race this season after series organisers ruled out wild card entries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Liberty Media-owned sport reported first quarter revenues of $39 million on Thursday, compared to $246 million in the same period last year, with no races scheduled for Q2 either.
Italian MotoGP great Valentino Rossi says he wants to continue racing next year, when he will be 42, but will likely have to commit before he can see how competitive he is this season.
Coronvirus Outbreak: MotoGP further delayed as German GP organisers seek postponement due to government restrictions
The German government and regional state governors agreed this week, however, to extend a ban on big events until the end of August
MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone was banned for 18 months by the International Motorcycling Federation on Wednesday after testing positive for a steroid.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic that has brought live sport to a standstill, 23-year-old Alex Marquez is still waiting to debut in the top category after moving up to partner Marc at Repsol Honda
At the time of writing, the death toll from Coronavirus, named COVID-19 by WHO, has crossed 3,200 and the number of cases has gone beyond 95,000.
MotoGP 2020: Season-opening Qatar, Thailand races called off after coronavirus outbreak forces restrictions on travel from Italy
The decision to postpone the event in the northeastern province of Buriram because of coronavirus came a day after this weekend’s season-opening race in Qatar was also cancelled due to travel curbs on participants from Italy and elsewhere
MotoGP 2020: Valentino Rossi to take call on retirement this year after Yamaha announces Fabio Quartararo as his replacement from 2021
Valentino Rossi will decide this year whether to call time on his stellar MotoGP career after Yamaha announced the signing of French youngster Fabio Quartararo as the Italian great’s replacement from 2021.
Iannone, the winner of the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix, can request the analysis of his B sample, and he can be present when it is investigated.
MotoGP: After an early start to racing career, storied rivalry with Marc Marquez and five world Championships, Jorge Lorenzo bids farewell
Lorenzo has always been a name in the championship mix – with long and fierce rivalries against some of the greatest riders of his era including Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez.
The 23-year-old Alex Marquez, who added the Moto2 world title this year to the Moto3 crown he won in 2014, has signed a one-year deal with the constructors' champions.
MotoGP 2019: Marc Marquez triple-crown winning season for Repsol Honda, Fabio Quartararo's breakout year and other talking points
Honda Repsol's Marc Marquez has won 12 races and the gap to his closest competitor in the points standings is a staggering 151 points