17:25

Missing from to the pre-event press conference but still able to make an impact. Aleix Espargaro says hello!

17:23

Successful surgery for the young Spaniard. 

17:21

An announcement on the future of Di Giannantonio could come as early as this weekend, with the MotoGP rookie set for a new deal at Gresini Ducati. 

Full story here! 

Fabio Di Giannantonio, German MotoGP, 18 June
16:02

Some great conversation about Honda's difficult situation on this week's MotoGP podcast.

15:59

Update: Alex Rins will be reviewed after Friday's FP1 in Assen.

13:49

The world champion hits the streets! 

13:32

The planned return of the Japanese MotoGP isn’t scheduled until September but ‘logistical challenges’ mean a schedule change has already been announced.

12:00

From perennial champions to the fallen giants of MotoGP. What's gone wrong at Honda? 

Here's the full story! 

Honda, Sepang MotoGP test, 5 February
10:57

Big weekend coming up for Francesco Bagnaia and his chances of winning the 2022 world championship. 

10:09
08:58

It can't get any worse than last year's celebrations. Here's to hoping Tiger Woods has given Quartararo some pointers. 

08:54

Is Rory Skinner the next big British MotoGP hope? 

Former MotoGP rider and current American Racing Moto2 Team Manager, John Hopkins, believes so!

"He’s a huge talent, an unbelievable talent," Hopkins told BT Sport. "He’s currently racing in British Superbike with FS-3 Kawasaki and although that’s his primary focus and winning that championship, we’re trying to make a deal to have him as a wildcard this season, possibly; we’ve been working to try and do it at the home round.

"His ultimate goal is to come to Grand Prix racing and we’re trying to facilitate that.

"I personally believe Rory Skinner will be Britain's next competitive MotoGP racer. I'm just trying to help him get there!"

Hopkins also manages Skinner. 

Rory Skinner British Superbike Kawasaki
08:34

Red Bull KTM AJo have officially confirmed Pedro Acosta has been ruled out of this weekend after suffering a broken leg. 

No replacement rider will be brought in. 

Pedro Acosta, Moto2 race, German MotoGP, 19 June
08:29

Alex Rins is expected find out if he's been passed fit for the Dutch MotoGP today.

Here are his words before the weekend.

“It was difficult for me to watch Sachsenring from the sidelines, but I had to make a careful and considered decision and do what’s best in the long run. 

“Waiting an extra few days should have allowed my wrist to heal a bit more, and I’m hoping that this time the pain will be more bearable. 

“I’ll seek advice from the doctors and try to take the weekend session-by-session, but for sure I’m very keen to race here in Assen – it’s a truly amazing place!”

Alex Rins, German MotoGP, 18 June