There is also a transfer market this year in MotoGP

An important saddle at Yamaha depends on Rossi's continuity, there is the second Aprilia and there are Ducati riders with only one year of contract, like those of KTM.

There-is-also-a-transfer-market-this-year-in-MotoGP

There is also a transfer market this year in MotoGP. There will not be the movement of last season, when the entire grid had to move, either to change of scene (the most famous was the signing of Pol Espargaró by Honda) or to renew with his teams, but there are important points to be had. keep in mind in dispatch conversations. From the outset, an important saddle at Yamaha depends on the continuity or retirement of Valentino Rossi, but it remains to be seen what happens with the second Aprilia and there are Ducati riders with only one year of contract, such as those of KTM.

The World Championship has just started, but Lorenzo Savadori has few options to continue in 2022 as Aleix Espargaró's teammate in the Aprilia box. Andrea Dovizioso will soon get on the RS-GP in Jerez and, as he likes and wants to return to competition, he will have the doors of Noale's home box wide open. Those who will have to win the renewal during the 2021 season just started are the four KTM riders, because both the officers Miguel Oliveira and Brad Binder, as well as those of the satellite team Iker Lecuona (a forearm compartment syndrome is to be operated on this week) and Danilo Petrucci, have signed only for this season. And the same happens with three of the six Ducati riders, because nothing more than Jack Miller, Francesco Bagnaia and Jorge Martín signed for two years with the house of Borgo Panigale, while Johann Zarco (new World leader thanks to his two second places) , Enea Bastianini and Luca Marini have done it for one.

Names that will enter the list of candidates for MotoGP will be Marco Bezzecchi, Remy Gardner, Joe Roberts (these two have already said no to Aprilia in the past) and Jake Dixon. Note that both Roberts and Dixon are favored by their passports, American and British, as it is good for the championship that there are pilots of these nationalities in the premier class. The case of Lowes remains to be seen, because he was already in MotoGP with more pain than glory, but he is in a fantastic shape that has him leading Moto2 with two victories out of two possible. Also, last year if he hadn't been injured in Valencia he probably would have won the title. It will be interesting to see what happens to all these riders in the intermediate category and if any find a place in the queen.



Photos from as.com
Powered by Blogger.