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Updated 2013 MotoGP rider line-up

Latest 2013 MotoGP rider line-up following the new Gresini Honda contract for Alvaro Bautista.
16 riders so far announced, including all twelve manufacturer entries, meaning only privateer CRT seats are still available...

Confirmed 2013 MotoGP riders:

Factory team riders:
1. Jorge Lorenzo - Factory Yamaha rider until end of 2014.
2. Valentino Rossi - Factory Yamaha until the end of 2014.
3. Dani Pedrosa - Repsol Honda rider until the end of 2014.
4. Marc Marquez - Repsol Honda rider until the end of 2014.
5. Nicky Hayden - Ducati Team until the end of 2013.
6. Andrea Dovizioso - Ducati Team until the end of 2014.

Satellite team riders:
7. Cal Crutchlow - Tech 3 Yamaha until the end of 2013.
8. Bradley Smith - Tech 3 Yamaha until the end of 2014.
9. Ben Spies - Pramac Ducati until the end of 2013.
10. Andrea Iannone - Pramac Ducati until the end of 2013.
11. Stefan Bradl - LCR Honda until the end of 2013.
12. Alvaro Bautista - Gresini Honda until the end of 2013.

CRT riders:
13. Colin Edwards - Forward Racing (TBA) until the end of 2013.
14. Karel Abraham - Cardion AB (Aprilia) until the end of 2013.
15. Randy de Puniet - Power Electronics Aspar (Aprilia) until the end of 2013.
16. Alex Espargaro - Power Electronics Aspar (Aprilia) until the end of 2013.
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dacron

October 15, 2012 12:38 AM
Last Edited 796 days ago

i admire the efforts being put in to boost grid size , its only 5 short of this season . 4 bike rule is working excellent to boost the grid. also admire the fuel limit rule , it boosts the overall spectacle as battles disperse as riders drop out empty. so excited for next year. spec ecu will eventually be the icing on the cake as 16 bikes challenge a major all in battle at 60klms of fuel saving hell bent for leather carnage that will have blind men on the edge of there seats screaming for the end of the world.



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