The latest MotoGP gossip following a dramatic Thailand MotoGP...

- Valentino Rossi expects Marc Marquez to surpass his nine world titles across his career and says “I am sorry because in my career I threw a couple away, but one he made me lose it” referring to the controversial end to the 2015 MotoGP season. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

- Stefan Bradl says Jorge Lorenzo “does not even know where to start” to resolve his adaptation problems with the Repsol Honda and feels the Spanish rider has no confidence in the RC213V following the spinal injury he suffered at Assen. (AS)

- Maverick Vinales casts doubt on his own future at Yamaha ahead of the expected MotoGP rider shake-up set to start ahead of 2021. Vinales joined Yamaha from Suzuki in 2017 and after a stunning start with three wins in his first five races he has claimed just two wins across the past two seasons. (AS)

- Danilo Petrucci takes pride from being one of the few riders to beat Marc Marquez on track this season, when he claimed his maiden MotoGP win at Mugello, and has paid tribute to the Repsol Honda rider. (Speedweek)

- MotoGP has released a teaser video stating the 2022 race calendar will be expanding to 22 races. Rumours had begun to circulate with Portimao and the new Indonesian round set to join the MotoGP calendar over the next three years. (

- Marc Marquez opens up on his 2019 MotoGP title celebrations and his plans for the remainder of the season. (Red Bull)