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Valentino Rossi signs new two-year Yamaha deal

Matthew Birt, 02 July 2014 13:35

Valentino Rossi has penned a new two-year deal with Yamaha’s factory MotoGP squad. The Italian made it clear right from pre-season testing in February that he wished to clinch a new two-year contract to remain on a YZR-M1 for 2015 and ’16. And a brilliant opening half to the current campaign has got the 35-year-old the new contract he was seeking ...

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Dominique Aegerter aiming for MotoGP move in 2015

Matthew Birt, 02 July 2014 11:26

Moto2 front-runner Dominique Aegerter is hoping he can secure a full-time switch to MotoGP in 2015. The Swiss rider made his MotoGP debut recently when he tested the Avintia Kawasaki Open class machine at the one-day post race session in Catalunya. Aegerter, who has finished on the Moto2 podium twice in 2014, is now hoping he can clinch switch to ...

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Pramac Ducati: Hard to replace Andrea Iannone

Matthew Birt, 02 July 2014 10:10

Pramac Ducati bosses have admitted it will be difficult to replace Andrea Iannone if the Italian secures the factory seat he is seeking with Ducati or Suzuki for 2015. The 24-year-old has made it clear that he wants a factory bike next season and is hoping to get a promotion to Ducati’s factory squad if Andrea Dovizioso or Cal Crutchlow ...

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Aleix Espargaro: Hard to judge Suzuki potential

Matthew Birt, 01 July 2014 10:25

Aleix Espargaro reckons it is impossible to judge the true potential of Suzuki’s new factory MotoGP bike, which will return to premier class competition in 2015. The Spaniard, who finished the historic Dutch TT in a stunning fourth after starting from pole for the first time in his MotoGP career, is one of the leading candidates to clinch one of ...

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LCR pondering 2015 expansion plans

Matthew Birt, 01 July 2014 09:41

LCR Honda is once again exploring the option of expansion to a two-rider effort in 2015. Lucio Cecchinello’s Monaco-based squad has run as a one-rider effort ever since it joined MotoGP back in 2006 with Casey Stoner. But Cecchinello has always expressed interest in running a two-rider project to try and develop a young rider, and he’s currently investigating the ...

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Cal Crutchlow in Suzuki talks

Matthew Birt, 27 June 2014 09:21

Suzuki could offer Cal Crutchlow an early escape from his Ducati hell. The British rider’s personal manager Bob Moore met with senior Suzuki management during the recent Catalunya race in Barcelona, with the 28-year-old one of several big name stars linked with the Japanese factory for 2015. Crutchlow could move to spearhead Suzuki’s factory assault in MotoGP next season because ...

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LCR Honda aiming to retain Stefan Bradl for 2015

Matthew Birt, 24 June 2014 09:20

Stefan Bradl’s Honda MotoGP future maybe hanging in the balance, despite LCR boss Lucio Cecchinello’s determination to offer the German a new deal. The 2011 Moto2 world champion has scored just one podium in 51 premier class appearances and his form in 2014 has been below what HRC was anticipating. Bradl’s best this season was a fourth position at the ...

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Aleix Espargaro: ‘I want a factory bike next year’

Matthew Birt, 23 June 2014 09:36

Aleix Espargaro wants to take on younger brother Pol on an identical factory-backed Yamaha in 2015, despite the Spaniard emerging as a key target for Suzuki’s returning MotoGP squad. The Spaniard is hoping his Forward Racing squad can secure the lease of a factory spec YZR-M1 like the version raced by Pol and British teammate Bradley Smith this season. Such ...

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Andrea Dovizioso nearing future decision

Matthew Birt, 20 June 2014 10:55

Andrea Dovizioso is confident he will have decided on his 2015 plans by the next race in Assen, with Ducati and Suzuki leading the chase for the Italian’s signature. The dilemma for the former 125GP world champion is which factory he trusts the most to build a competitive bike for next season. Suzuki is returning to MotoGP for the first ...

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Tech 3: Pressure not building on Bradley Smith

Matthew Birt, 20 June 2014 10:43

Monster Yamaha Tech 3 boss Herve Poncharal says pressure is not building on British rider Bradley Smith to improve his results to bolster his chances of keeping his place in the leading no-factory team in MotoGP next season. Smith has made it clear that he wants to clinch a new contract with Poncharal’s French-based Tech 3 Yamaha outfit. But after ...

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