We have to accept and certainly in this part of the world, to get MotoGP™ in the evening news or in the sports sections of the Daily Newspapers there has
Nicolo Bulega, who has raced for the team in Moto3 for the past three years, will be promoted to the intermediate class, replacing current championship leader Francesco Bagnaia – who
Britain’s Scott Redding has acknowledged that, at least for now, his time in the MotoGP class has come to an end and says he needs to take a step sideways
“Another intense GP is waiting for us. The Aragon circuit is not one of our favourites, but we will do everything we can and as always we’ll try to do
It was announced in June that Suzuki’s Andrea Iannone will replace Redding at Aprilia for next year, leaving the double premier class podium finisher with no options to stay in
That’s not a big gap for Bezzecchi to try and make up, however, and another Italian will also be looking to gain ground: Fabio Di Giannantonio (Del Conca Gresini Moto3).
Nico Bulega will move into Moto2 next season with the SKY VR46 which should put an end to the talented youngster’s problem of being five sizes too big for his