The status of the MotoGP 2023 transfer window as of June 12 – GP Inside

Who will be where in 2023? Negotiations are going well as the summer break of the MotoGP World Championship approaches. The editorial staff takes stock of what has been signed and what they know from June 12, 2022, a week before the German Grand Prix.

MOTOGP 2023 (11 teams, 22 riders) – Starting grid and final negotiations

Aprilia:

United since September 2021, Alex Espargaro i Maverick Viñales they will be teammates until 2024.

Two more Aprilia RS-GPs will be introduced in 2023 via the RNF satellite team, the current WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team, which will leave Yamaha to join Noale. Alex Rins is given as a favorite in this file, but a meeting was also held with Miguel Oliveira apart from the Grand Prix of Catalonia. Raúl Fernández He is also interested in the Italian brand, but has not yet managed to convince the current KTM driver.

Towards a 100% Aprilia quartet? This poses some problems, and an Italian is wanted in one of the RS-GP. The world leader in Moto2, Celestino Vietti, is in the list. The name of Toni Arbolino it also circulates, although the route seems less serious.

Ducati:

Whose second official Ducati? The square in front Francesco Bagnaiasigned until 2024, will return to Enea Bastianini On jorge martin. The Italian signs a better first part of the championship, but the Spanish is still a value in which the Italian brand believes and counts. The decision will be made during the summer, the leaders announced.

Anyone who does not join the Lenovo Ducati team should meet with Pramac Racing, a Ducati-supported satellite team, in the same box as Joan Zarco. The Frenchman has the confidence of his employer, and his extension is given as done “99%” by Paolo Ciabatti.

Gresini Racing is looking for a replacement Enea Bastianiniand therefore a new companion in Fabio di Giannantonio whose presence at MotoGP in 2023 would be a done deal. Discussions have been opened with Miguel Oliveira, but other drivers are interested in Ducati. For example Raúl Fernándezin case you ever leave Tech3 KTM.

At Mooney VR46 Racing Team, nothing should change Luca Marini i Marco BezzecchiVR46 Riders Academy riders who have done well and have been improving since the start of the season.

Honda:

Marc Márquez will surely have the handlebars of the Repsol Honda Team until 2024. Pol Espargaro he will be replaced by his compatriot Joan Mir, whose signature should not be delayed any longer. The CSF, Àlex Márquez is on its way to being renewed. On the carpet, Takaaki Nakagami could give way to his compatriot Ai Ogura, currently second in the Moto2 World Championship. But despite the difficulties of the Japanese, the games are not as done as it was said in early spring.

KTM:

Signed by the end of 2024, Brad Binder will have a new man by his side at Red Bull KTM Factory Racing: Jack Millersubstituting Miguel Oliveira and closed for the next two years.

Nothing has been announced yet about Tech3 KTM Factory Racing, but the French team could count Pol Espargaro, which would return to the KTM RC16 after two seasons with Honda. The Spaniard has already ridden under Hervé Poncharal from 2014 to 2016, when he worked with Yamaha.

I would replace him Raúl Fernández, dissatisfied with KTM and the exit. Your teammate Remy Gardnerwho scored better – 8 points for the Australian, only one for the Spaniard after nine races – would remain in office.

Yamaha:

Fabio Quartararo i Franco Morbidelli will continue to be garage partners on the official Monster Energy Yamaha team. The Frenchman has been extended until 2024, while the Italian has a contract until the end of 2023. The decision of Razlan Razali (WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team) to leave Yamaha to join Aprilia means that there will be no more only two YZR-M1. the track.

Gresini is looking for a replacement for Bastianini

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