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Alex Marquez ‘motivated’ to join MotoGP in 2019

  Alex Marquez: “In the end it’s a motivation for me to have this experience, to try and win in Moto2 and to try and move to MotoGP in 2019,” “Now I need to focus on the winter and the first test with Moto2. I’ll have to forget a little bit this

Moto2 World Standing 2017

Franco MORBIDELLI 21 (EG 0,0 Marc VDS), Bike: Kalex, born in Roma 04/Dec/1994 take the crown for 2017 season, on the second position is Thomas LUTHI 12 (CarXpert Interwetten), and the third position goes to Miguel OLIVERIA 44 (Red Bull KTM Ajo)   1 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex ITA 308 2 Thomas LUTHI Kalex SWI 243 3 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM POR 241 4 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex SPA 201 5 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex ITA 174 6 Mattia PASINI Kalex ITA 148 7 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex JPN 137 8 Brad BINDER KTM RSA 125 9 Simone CORSI Speed Up ITA 117 10 Hafizh

MotoGP calendar 2018

  Welcome to Thailand and continue at the iconic Silverstone Circuit The provisional 2018 MotoGP™ calendar has been released and updated, giving fans a first glimpse at where – and when – each of the races next season will take place. The races will begin in Qatar on 18th March 2018, and the

Valencia GP, Moto2: Race results

  Miguel Oliveira 44 (Red Bull KTM Ajo) made it a stunning third time in a row for KTM to cheer him over the line in the lead at Valencia, hunting down Champion Franco Morbidelli 21 (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) to pull clear for win number three on the bounce. Brad

Crashes in Saturday at Valencia (MotoGP)

Marc Marquez crash at Qualifications https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/929345879919808512 Jorge Lorenzo Crash https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/929343999357472768 DarrynBinder https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/929312915609579520 Crash of Jack Miller, Valencia

“Goodbye Nick Harris”

Tribute to Nick Harris     https://twitter.com/MotoGP/status/928701826245058565   Nick Harris will leave Valencia Said and Nervous https://twitter.com/NickHarrisMedia/status/928214746314280960  

MotoGP Riders for 2018 year

MotoGP       # RIDER NATIONALITY TEAM MACHINE 4 ANDREA DOVIZIOSO ITALIAN DUCATI TEAM DUCATI 5 JOHANN ZARCO FRENCH MONSTER YAMAHA TECH 3* YAMAHA 9 DANILO PETRUCCI ITALIAN OCTO PRAMAC RACING* DUCATI 10 XAVIER SIMEON BELGIAN REALE AVINTIA RACING* DUCATI 12 TOM LUTHI SWISS EG 0,0 MARC VDS* HONDA 17 KAREL ABRAHAM CZECH PULL&BEAR ASPAR TEAM* DUCATI 19 ALVARO BAUTISTA SPANISH PULL&BEAR ASPAR TEAM* DUCATI 21 FRANCO MORBIDELLI ITALIAN EG 0,0 MARC VDS* HONDA 25 MAVERICK VIÑALES SPANISH MOVISTAR YAMAHA MotoGP YAMAHA 26 DANI PEDROSA SPANISH REPSOL HONDA TEAM HONDA 29 ANDREA IANNONE ITALIAN TEAM SUZUKI ECSTAR SUZUKI 30 TAKAAKI NAKAGAMI JAPANESE LCR HONDA IDEMITSU* HONDA 35 CAL CRUTCHLOW BRITISH LCR HONDA CASTROL* HONDA 38 BRADLEY SMITH BRITISH RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING KTM 41 ALEIX ESPARGARO SPANISH APRILIA RACING TEAM

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