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  1. MotoGP - Czech Republic Grand Prix

    Miller staying with Pramac Ducati MotoGP team in 2020

    Australian Jack Miller will stay with Pramac Ducati next season after agreeing a contract extension, the MotoGP team said on Wednesday.
  2. EAlex Marquez will continue to compete in Moto 2 in the 2020 season

    Motorcycling: Alex Marquez delays move to MotoGP

    Moto 2 championship leader Alex Marquez has delayed his projected move into MotoGP by signing a new deal to race for Marc VDS in 2020, the Belgian ...
  3. MotoGP - Czech Republic Grand Prix

    Motorcycling: Zarco to leave KTM at end of MotoGP season

    French MotoGP rider Johann Zarco will leave KTM at the end of the season, the Austrian factory team announced on Monday.
  4. MotoGP - German Grand Prix

    Motorcycling: Decade of dominance for 'King of the Ring' Marquez

    Honda's MotoGP champion Marc Marquez won the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring for the 10th year in a row, across all classes, on Sunday to ...
  5. MotoGP - German Grand Prix

    Motorcycling: Marquez on pole at Sachsenring for 10th year in a row

    Honda's MotoGP champion Marc Marquez completed a decade of German Grand Prix pole positions with his 10th in a row in all categories at the ...
  6. TT Assen Grand Prix

    Quartararo on pole at Assen, Marquez fourth on the grid

    MotoGP rookie Fabio Quartararo took his third pole position of the season, and second in a row, at the Dutch TT on Saturday with world champion ...
  7. MotoGP - Catalunya Grand Prix

    Lorenzo taken to hospital after crash, out of Dutch MotoGP

    Honda's Jorge Lorenzo was ruled out of MotoGP's Dutch TT on Friday after being taken to hospital following a crash in practice at Assen.
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    Quartararo pips Marquez to Catalunya GP pole

  9. MotoGP - French Grand Prix

    Motor racing: Marquez smashes lap record to take pole in Italy

  10. Marc Marquez

    Motorcycling: Marquez extends championship lead with French GP win