Danilo Petrucci upset by Lorenzo’s remarks on Ducati promotion

Petrucci will step up from his current Pramac Ducati ride to the factory team next season, replacing Honda-bound Lorenzo alongside Andrea Dovizioso.

“No solution” to Yamaha’s bike problems says Zarco

Yamaha is now amid a 23-race winless streak in MotoGP, and the Iwata-based manufacturer has failed to even score a podium finish in the past four race weekends.

Torres to replace injured Rabat at Aragon

Torres will take the GP16 Ducati that was ridden by MotoGP debutant Christophe Ponsson last weekend at Misano, as Rabat continues to recover from his injuries sustained in his horror practice crash at Silverstone last month.

Pedrosa will join KTM in test role!

Dani Pedrosa will leave the Repsol Honda Team at the end of the season as his Grand Prix racing career comes to an end, but the three-time World Champion will join the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team in a test role after he’s completed his final race on board a Honda in Valencia.

Rossi’s shows “little child” attitude to Marquez: Lorenzo

Rossi courted controversy in the pre-event press conference for this weekend’s Misano round by refusing to shake Marquez’s hand, after the Spaniard had expressed a desire to “make peace” with his arch-rival.

“Ducati doesn’t use my feedback” says Stoner

Two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner says he is unlikely to continue in his current test role with Ducati because the manufacturer doesn’t use his feedback.

MotoGP Misano: Espargaro to return on grid

Espargaro broke his left collarbone in a crash during the Sunday warm-up at Brno and had to sit out that weekend’s race, before also missing the Red Bull Ring and Silverstone rounds.

Zarco: Missing Misano test could hurt hopes

Johann Zarco says he will continue to target the top five at Misano but concedes missing out on the recent test at the Italian track may hamper his efforts for Monster Yamaha Tech 3.

Marquez threw away “easy” Argentina win – Dovizioso

Andrea Dovizioso says he feels MotoGP title rival Marc Marquez threw away an “easy” win in last weekend’s Argentine Grand Prix with his erratic riding. Marquez became embroiled in controversy at Termas de Rio Hondo, earning a ride-through penalty for illegally starting on the grid after stalling his bike and

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‘Marquez has destroyed our sport’ says Rossi

Valentino Rossi has said Marc Marquez has ‘destroyed the sport’ after the antics that saw the Spaniard receive three penalties during today’s Argentinian Grand Prix.