Pedrosa Has Several Options

Dani Pedrosa says he is considering “several options” as his future destination following his long-time relationship with Honda’s MotoGP outfit. Pedrosa will leave Honda after 13 years with the Japanese manufacturer in MotoGP, as he will be replaced by Jorge Lorenzo. A not-yet-announced Yamaha satellite team was thought to be among Pedrosa’s options for 2019,…

Marquez and Pedrosa Looking Forward To Home GP in Catalunya

The Repsol Honda Team is heading to the newly resurfaced Circuit de Catalunya for Round 7 of the season. Championship leader Marc Marquez and teammate Dani Pedrosa had the chance to test the new asphalt and the track’s updated layout before the Italian GP. The run-off area for turn 13 has been worked on, track…

Lorenzo Signs Deal With Repsol Honda

The Repsol Honda MotoGP team has announced Jorge Lorenzo will join Marc Marquez at the outfit for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. As reported previously by Motorsport.com, Honda has settled on 31-year-old three-time champion Lorenzo as the replacement for Dani Pedrosa, who will leave the team after 13 seasons. Lorenzo rode a Honda 250cc bike…

HRC And Dani Pedrosa To End Partnership

After 18 years together across three classes in the MotoGP World Championship, HRC and Dani Pedrosa today announce that their longstanding partnership will come to an end at the end of the 2018 season, by mutual agreement. Although their paths will diverge, HRC and Dani Pedrosa have enjoyed a successful relationship: since 2006, when the…

Marquez And Petrucci War Of Words

Pramac Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci believes Honda rival Marc Marquez should have been penalised for their run-in on the opening lap of the Mugello MotoGP race. After making a lightning start but running wide at Turn 1, Marquez lunged aggressively down the inside of third-placed Petrucci at the second corner – the Luco left-hander –…

MotoGP Battle Heads For Spain

Following a two-week break since the Grand Prix of the Americas at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas, the 2018 MotoGP Championship this weekend heads to Jerez for the first of four races in the Spain. Three races in, and we already have three different winners. The battle is tight; the top five riders are within…

Marquez Played It Safe

Marc Marquez admits there was no sense in him pushing to finish higher than fourth in MotoGP’s Malaysian Grand Prix, given his comfortable advantage in the points. Honda rider Marquez had the opportunity to seal a fourth premier class title with a round to spare at Sepang, but was unable to take the fight to…

Marquez Has Title In His Sights

For the fourth time in five premier class seasons, Honda’s remarkable Marc Marquez stands on the cusp of a championship His win in Australia last week left him with a short to-do list this week in Malaysia: 1) Try to finish no worse than second. 2) Try to finish ahead of Andrea Dovizioso. 3) If…

Marquez And Honda After Home Town Win

The Repsol Honda Team have arrived in Motegi, the first in a challenging three-race back-to-back flyaway stint and Honda’s home Grand Prix, having achieved a fantastic 1-2 result at the Aragon Grand Prix. Marquez’s powerful win at his home race extended his Championship lead to 16 points over nearest rival Andrea Dovizioso and 28 over…

Marquez Is On Another level

Grand Prix motorcycling legend Mick Doohan reckons Marc Marquez is “on another level” compared to his MotoGP title rivals. Defending champion Marquez had a relatively slow start to the 2017 season, dropping 37 points off the championship lead after six races. However, strong subsequent form, including four wins and seven podium finishes in the last…