MotoGp: here are all the main motorcycle road racer

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MotoGp: here are all the main motorcycle road racer

Here are all the main motorcycle road racer of the next Motogp World Championships. MARC MARQUEZ of the Repsol Honda Team. 8 times world champion, of which 6 in MotoGP. They are 56 victories and 60 pole in the premier class for the Spaniard, chasing the ninth title that would accompany him to Valentino Rossi.

ALEX MARQUEZ, Repsol Honda Team. Alex is the most anticipated rookie and nothing less than Marc's little brother, who for 2020 will also be his teammate! He gets there with two world titles conquered in Moto3 and Moto2 and 12 victories.

ANDREA DOVIZIOSO, Ducati Team. He is back from the bad shoulder injury remedied during a cross race, but will be 100% at the start, as confirmed by Ducati. His future is still uncertain, he reaches this season with 23 successes in the World Cup, 12 of which in the last three seasons in the premier class.

VALENTINO ROSSI, Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP. Waiting to formalize the continuation of his career with the Petronas team, the Doctor is preparing to run his 21st season in the premier class. The numbers are always impressive: 9 World Championships titles, 115 wins, 65 pole and 234 podiums.

MAVERICK VINALES, Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP. The Spaniard begins his sixth season in the premier class: for him there are 6 wins and 23 podiums so far.

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JACK MILLER, Pramac Racing. The Australian is saying goodbye with the Pramac team: he will ride an official Ducati next year.

In career six podiums in the premier class, including five last year. BRADLEY SMITH, Aprilia Factory Racing. A globetrotter in the world of motorcycles, with experiences in every class including MotoE. Three wins, 28 podiums and 9 poles in his palmares.

CAL CRUTCHLOW, LCR Honda CASTROL. One of the paddock veterans with his 35 years and always competitive: the Englishman has gone on the podium at least once in the last 8 seasons in MotoGP. POL ESPARGARO, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing.

The former Moto2 world champion has been in the premier class for six seasons now: only one podium for him in 2018. IKER LECUONA, Red Bull KTM Tech 3. The young Spaniard broke the ice with MotoGP last year, racing at the Valencia GP.

JORGE LORENZO, Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP tester. The Spaniard retired in November but seems ready to go back on track: in the meantime he will be the Yamaha test driver, waiting to understand his future and some possible wild-cards.