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The MotoGP Grid is Almost Complete, and Three Seats are Yet To Be Confirmed

The MotoGP Grid is Almost Complete, and Three Seats are Yet To Be Confirmed

After Marco Bezzecchi of Mooney VR46 Racing Team confirmed his seat in the MotoGP grid for the next season, it is getting closer and closer to being set. Concerning the factory team, the line-up has been closed. However, there are currently three places left. One in LCR Hone, second in Valentino Rossi, and the third in the latest joining team GasGas. This team has replaced Tech3 and will have official support from KTM.

 

At the LCR Honda’s uncertain regions, Ai Ogura seems to be positioned perfectly as he replaces his compatriot Takaaki Nakagami. However, he is still partnered with Alex Marquez. Honda has approached the rider to express the possibility of becoming a test rider from next year. But, the rumors of him moving to the Superbike World Championship are floating everywhere.

 

In the Mooney VR46, Luca Marini is the place's leader; if approved, it will be the third year in the Italian series in which Valentino Rossi is the leader while working in motorsport. Celestino Vietti, who has successfully claimed the Moto2 world title, is an opportunity for a possible promotion in MotoGP but outside of the VR46 Academy team and remains in the sector, trying to guarantee the opportunity in the biggest sector. only in 2024.

 

Talking about the new GasGas team, Pol Espargaro was confirmed weeks ago as one of the team’s riders, and what will be his return to the controls of the RC16 if there is anything that happens to him, it is believed that Remy Gardner can be in the department. This fact comes from the question that the offer of a seat to Miguel Oliveira fell. The Portuguese decided to head to the WithU RNF, where he will have Aprilia motorcycles with the latest updates.

 

After that, Augusto Fernandez remains a possibility that Pete Perrier has already speculated, albeit with some reluctance. In this way, the next few weeks will be decisive for the fate of Herve Boncrall's rescue.

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