2025 MotoGP rider line-up: Who is confirmed and rumoured for 2025 grid?

Here is the contract situation of every MotoGP rider ahead of the 2025 season.

Alex Marquez, Marc Marquez, Gresini Racing
Alex Marquez, Marc Marquez, Gresini Racing

This is the MotoGP rider line-up ahead of 2025, including the contract situation of each rider, after confirmation that Alex Marquez will remain at Gresini...

2025 MotoGP rider line-up:

Alex MarquezGresini Racing MotoGPGresini contract, end of 2026
Maverick VinalesRed Bull KTM Tech3
'Multi-year contract'
Enea BastianiniRed Bull KTM Tech3'Multi-year contract'
Marc MarquezDucati Lenovo TeamEnd of 2026
Francesco BagnaiaDucati Lenovo Team
End of 2026
Pedro AcostaRed Bull KTM Factory Racing'Multi-year contract'
Brad BinderRed Bull KTM Factory RacingEnd of 2026
Fabio QuartararoMonster Energy Yamaha MotoGP
End of 2026
Jorge MartinAprilia Racing
'Multi-year contract'
Marco BezzecchiAprilia Racing'Multi-year contract'
Luca MariniRepsol Honda Team
End of 2025
Johann ZarcoLCR Honda Castrol
Honda contract, end of 2025
Fermin AldeguerTeam TBA
Ducati contract, 2025 and 2026. Option for two further years.
TBAMonster Energy Yamaha MotoGPFactory Team
TBARepsol Honda TeamFactory Team
TBAGresini Racing MotoGPIndependent Team, Ducati
TBAPrima Pramac RacingIndependent Team, Yamaha
TBAPrima Pramac RacingIndependent Team, Yamaha
TBAPertamina Enduro VR46Independent Team, Ducati
TBAPertamina Enduro VR46Independent Team, Ducati
TBATrackhouse RacingIndependent Team, Aprilia
TBATrackhouse RacingIndependent Team, Aprilia
TBALCR Honda IdemitsuIndependent Team, Honda

Contracted until the end of 2024:

Alex RinsMonster Energy Yamaha MotoGP
Yamaha contract, end of 2024
Aleix EspargaroAprilia RacingRetiring at end of 2024
Joan MirRepsol Honda Team
Honda contract, end of 2024
Jack MillerRed Bull KTM Factory RacingKTM contract, end of 2024
Franco MorbidelliPrima Pramac Racing
Ducati contract, end of 2024
Fabio di GiannantonioPertamina Enduro VR46
VR46 contract, end of 2024
Miguel OliveiraTrackhouse Racing
Aprilia contract, end of 2024
Raul FernandezTrackhouse Racing
Aprilia contract, end of 2024
Augusto FernandezRed Bull Tech3 GASGASKTM contract, end of 2024
Takaaki NakagamiLCR Honda Idemitsu
Honda contract, end of 2024


Ducati moved swiftly to tie star man Francesco Bagnaia down to a long-term deal but the saga over his 2025 team-mate dominated the early rider market.

Marc Marquez eventually claimed the role, after an apparent U-turn from Ducati, who had appeared to pick title leader Jorge Martin.

Ducati will also welcome Moto2 teenage talent Fermin Aldeguer to the premier class in 2025. 

But it remains unconfirmed which team he will ride for with Pramac splitting from Ducati and joining Yamaha in 2025.

It is still to be confirmed if Pramac's pair of factory-spec bikes will be reallocated to VR46 and/or Gresini, but Alex Marquez will be riding one of the Gresini machines after re-signing for 2025 and 2026.


KTM had already locked Brad Binder into a long-term contract until 2026, with rookie star Pedro Acosta confirmed as moving from Tech3 GASGAS to the factory team.

But there was a surprise at the Tech3 team which will run an all-new line-up of Enea Bastianini and Maverick Vinales, while also dropping GASGAS branding for Red Bull KTM colours.

That also means current KTM riders Jack Miller and Augusto Fernandez are out of a ride.


It'll be all change for 2025 at the factory Aprilia with Aleix Espargaro retiring at the end of this year and Maverick Vinales signing for KTM Tech3.

Jorge Martin will inherit good friend Espargaro's machine, after missing out at Ducati, with Marco Bezzecchi arriving from VR46 to replace Vinales.

The rebrand of the US-backed Trackhouse could mean an American rider, such as Moto2's Joe Roberts, is considered. But with both Espargaro and Vinales leaving, at least one of the current Trackhouse riders is likely to stay for continuity.


A key piece of the 2025 rider market was solved by Yamaha when they tied Fabio Quartararo into new contract, rumoured to be making him MotoGP's highest-paid rider.

The factory then pulled off another major coup when, having lost out on VR46, they suceeded in tempting reigning teams' champion's Pramac away from Ducati on what is reported to be a seven-year deal for factory bikes starting next season.


Luca Marini signed a two-year contract to be Marc Marquez's Repsol Honda replacement, with Johann Zarco also locked in until the end of 2025 at LCR.

Honda's other two riders - Repsol's Joan Mir and LCR's Takaaki Nakagami - are out of contract.

HRC knows their bike isn't too tempting at the moment, but the manufacturer is a MotoGP powerhouse and could yet attract a big-name signing. BMW WorldSBK star Toprak Razgatlioglu is an exciting rumour.

Aleix Espargaro is rumoured to be a HRC test and wild-card rider in 2025.

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