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2018 MotoGP rider line-up so far

2018 MotoGP rider contracts so far announced...
Updated following Cal Crutchlow's new HRC contract, at LCR.

Repsol Honda
Marc Marquez (End of 2018)
Dani Pedrosa (End of 2018)

Movistar Yamaha
Valentino Rossi (End of 2018)
Maverick Vinales (End of 2018)

Ducati Team
Jorge Lorenzo (End of 2018)
Andrea Dovizioso (End of 2018)

Suzuki
Andrea Iannone (End of 2018)
Alex Rins (End of 2018)

KTM
Bradley Smith (End of 2018)
Pol Espargaro (End of 2018)

Aprilia Gresini
Aleix Espargaro (End of 2018)
Sam Lowes (End of 2018)*
* Appears to have some kind of performance clause.

Monster Yamaha Tech 3
Jonas Folger (End of 2018)
Johann Zarco (End of 2018)

LCR Honda
Cal Crutchlow (HRC contract until end of 2019)
Takaaki Nakagami ?
LCR tipped to add a second bike for 2018.

To Be Decided...


Marc VDS Honda
Jack Miller (HRC contract until end of 2017)
Tito Rabat (End of 2017)
Franco Morbidelli tipped to step-up if he wins Moto2 title.

Avintia Ducati
Hector Barbera (End of 2017)
Loris Baz (End of 2017)

Pramac Ducati
Scott Redding (End of 2017)
Danilo Petrucci (End of 2017)

Aspar Ducati
Alvaro Bautista (End of 2017)
Karel Abraham (End of 2017)


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Garcia

June 22, 2017 3:09 PM
Last Edited 1 day 1 hour ago

'Franco Morbidelli tipped to step-up if he wins Moto2 title', if he wins and if if he doesn't win too because Mir has already been signed to replace him, and Alex Marquez has said he's staying another year in moto2. I'm not sure about Nakagami, but if they are looking for a japanese rider he is the fastest around, there hasn't been one since Aoyama, but at least Aoyama was 250 champion. I wonder will Luthi ever go to motogp, maybe it's too late for him as he's 30.

bringBACKthe990s

June 22, 2017 4:20 PM

Marc VDS is just a holding pen for talent. And it's not like Honda has any spots with Repsol opening up any time soon. It's a dead-end ride. On a bike that's largely been struggling. If Marc VDS was smart they'd jump to another mfg. It would make them far more attractive to potential suitors. That's why Pramac is attractive.



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