The road to 2025 for Yamaha, Honda : “they’re concessions , not miracles”

Transforming Honda and Yamaha’s MotoGP fortunes won’t happen overnight. Yamaha and Honda presently enjoy various technical advantages over their European MotoGP counterparts, thanks to this year’s revised concession system. However, Aleix Espargaro, who experienced the previous concession system with Aprilia, cautions against seeing these perks—including private testing with race riders and exemption from the in-season…

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Acosta Demands Michelin Address “Unusual” Vibration Challenges with 2024 MotoGP Machinery

Pedro Acosta asserts that Michelin must intervene and rectify the “peculiar” tire vibrations following yet another encounter with the issue during the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix. Rear tire chatter has emerged as a persistent issue in MotoGP this season, drawing notable attention from Ducati riders since the opening round in Qatar. Even Tech3 GasGas rookie…

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Yamaha and Dallara join forces to enhance MotoGP aerodynamics, ushering in a new era of innovation and performance on the racetrack.

Honda recently collaborated with Kalex for its MotoGP swingarm, and now Yamaha is following suit, partnering with the renowned automotive company Dallara to focus on aerodynamics. This strategic move aims to enhance the performance of Yamaha’s YZR-M1 on the racetrack. At the recent test in Jerez, parts from this collaboration were already integrated into the…

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Brad Binder finds himself on the losing end of the power struggle against Pedro Acosta, who continues to rise in influence.

Brad Binder must be feeling the heat to elevate his game. Brad Binder has received a stern warning that his position as KTM’s leading rider is in jeopardy due to the remarkable emergence of Pedro Acosta. Acosta’s electrifying riding style, audacious overtakes, and consistent performances have taken the MotoGP world by storm this season. The…

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Valentino Rossi confesses, “I have a lot of responsibilities” about Marco Bezzecchi

Valentino Rossi responds to Marco Bezzecchi’s first podium finish of the year. Valentino Rossi has acknowledged his “responsibility” after persuading Marco Bezzecchi to remain at VR46. Bezzecchi was reportedly offered the opportunity to switch from Rossi’s team, where he would ride a year-old Desmosedici, to Pramac, where he could have a factory-spec version for this…

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Bezzecchi gives credit to Rossi for addressing “silly” clutch issues in MotoGP.

Marco Bezzecchi, a rider for VR46, has praised his mentor Valentino Rossi for assisting him in resolving the “foolish” clutch issues that have persisted throughout his MotoGP career. Race starts have consistently been a challenge for Bezzecchi, with the Italian rider often failing to translate strong qualifying performances into competitive race results due to difficulties…

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Honda has been advised to “write off this season” and direct their focus towards the forthcoming 2027 regulations.

“Crashing out from the back of the grid might seem absurd, but unfortunately, that’s the situation they find themselves in.” Honda has been advised to prioritize bike development throughout race weekends for the remainder of this season. The Japanese manufacturer currently finds itself trailing at the back of the MotoGP grid and has been urged…

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Maverick Vinales’ inconsistent displays exhausted the patience of teams, prompting action.

“His failure to perform led him down the path he’s on now, which is why he ended up at Aprilia.” Maverick Vinales’ inconsistency has been cited as the reason behind his representation for three different manufacturers in MotoGP. Vinales achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first rider to secure grand prix victories with three…

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‘I regret that the comparison between Ducati GP23 and GP24 , what matters are your attributes’ : Michele Pirro

Marc Márquez clinched second place in the Spanish MotoGP Grand Prix after engaging in a fierce head-to-head battle with Francesco Bagnaia aboard his Ducati. Notably, while Márquez rode last year’s version of the Desmosedici GP, Bagnaia had access to the latest iteration. Speculation has arisen regarding the potential significance of this disparity in winning confrontations….

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