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Binder: KTM “not in a terrible place” despite MotoGP struggles

Brad Binder says KTM is “not in a terrible place” despite a tough start to the 2021 MotoGP season for the Austrian manufacturer.

Miller won’t know if arm surgery total success till Jerez MotoGP

Ducati MotoGP rider Jack Miller admits he won’t know until the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez in two weeks’ time if his recent arm surgery was a “massive success”.

“Crap” comments forced MotoGP rider Miller to "turn off" social media

Ducati MotoGP rider Jack Miller says he “turned off” social media following his tough Qatar races, as reading “crap” comments “isn’t going to do my mental wellbeing any good”.

KTM's Binder "not enjoying life" after 'survival' Qatar MotoGP race

Brad Binder admits he’s "not enjoying life" on the 2021 KTM currently after suffering a race of 'survival' in the MotoGP Qatar Grand Prix.

Rossi “had to struggle” in Qatar MotoGP race

Valentino Rossi says he “had to struggle” in the MotoGP Qatar Grand Prix having “stressed” his rear tyre too much on his Petronas SRT Yamaha.

Crutchlow: Honda wanted me to be MotoGP, WSBK replacement rider

Cal Crutchlow says there was no official offer from Honda for a role in 2021, but says HRC wanted him to be a replacement rider for MotoGP and World Superbikes

Binder "surprised" to be top MotoGP rookie despite several crashes

Brad Binder says he was "surprised" to be crowned MotoGP's rookie of the year "with the amount I've fallen off this season", after beating Alex Marquez by 13 points

Crutchlow knew Yamaha move was right decision after daughter's reaction

Cal Crutchlow says he "knew I'd made the right decision" to stop racing in MotoGP in 2021 and become Yamaha's test rider upon seeing his daughter's reaction to the news

Rabat's heart "completely broken" after losing Avintia MotoGP ride

Tito Rabat says his heart was left "completely broken" upon learning he would be losing his Avintia MotoGP ride to Valentino Rossi protege Luca Marini in 2021

Crutchlow: Valencia crash payback for "bad qualifying"

LCR Honda's Cal Crutchlow said his crash out of the MotoGP European Grand Prix "serves me right for a bad qualifying"

Binder was "too narrow-minded" in Miller Teruel GP MotoGP crash

KTM's Brad Binder says he was "too narrow-minded" at Turn 2 at the start of the MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix, which led to his collision with Pramac's Jack Miller

Morbidelli "scared" by Suzuki's Aragon MotoGP pace

Petronas SRT Yamaha's Franco Morbidelli says he was "scared" by the pace MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix winner Alex Rins displayed on his Suzuki in the early stages of Sunday's race

Miller "gave up" on MotoGP title hopes after Le Mans

Jack Miller says his ninth in the Aragon Grand Prix didn't impact his MotoGP title hopes as he "already gave up that ghost" at Le Mans

Wet grip on offer from Michelin tyres in MotoGP "insane" - Binder

KTM's Brad Binder says the amount of grip on offer from Michelin's MotoGP tyres was "insane" after finishing his first race in the rain at the French Grand Prix 12th

Miller has made his "one" acceptable MotoGP mistake in 2020

Jack Miller says his crash from the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix was his only acceptable mistake this season, and believes he can still be a title threat

Lorenzo "out of danger" after "survival" British GP return

Jorge Lorenzo feels he's "out of danger" after making it through his "survival" MotoGP British Grand Prix return weekend, and is confident he can push harder in the next races

KTM's Espargaro "angry" with "dangerous" MotoGP stand-in riders

An "angry" Pol Espargaro wants MotoGP to address "dangerous" situations created by the presence of replacement riders, after he was balked by Sylvain Guintoli in Friday practice at Silverstone

MotoGP Assen: Rossi unable to explain poor form that led to Q1 P14

Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi is unable to explain his poor form in Assen FP4 and qualifying, saying he was not feeling comfortable enough in those sessions

Marquez: Lorenzo's Assen MotoGP crash proves 2019 Honda is not easy

Marc Marquez says his MotoGP team-mate Jorge Lorenzo's Dutch TT practice crash proves this year's Honda is not the "easiest bike on the grid"

Lorenzo faces a month on the sidelines after Assen MotoGP crash

Honda MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo faces up to a month on the sidelines following his Dutch TT practice crash, team boss Alberto Puig has confirmed

Zarco believes Pedrosa's KTM MotoGP input will end his "suffering"

KTM MotoGP rider Johann Zarco says the similarities between his feedback and that of test rider Dani Pedrosa have come as a boost after "six months of suffering"

Phoenix Audi crew wins Nurburgring 24 Hours after Porsche penalty

Audi Team Phoenix secured its fifth win in the Nurburgring 24 Hours after the leading #911 Manthey Porsche was hit with a hefty penalty in the final hours of the race

Nurburgring 24 Hours: Engel heads Mercedes one-two in qualifying

Mercedes' Maro Engel secured pole position for the Nurburgring 24 Hours in an enthralling qualifying shootout session on Friday evening

DTM Zandvoort: Race two safety car left Audi leader Rast 'screaming'

Reigning DTM champion Rene Rast says he was "screaming" after a mid-race safety car threatened Audi's chances of a first win of the 2018 season at Zandvoort

Late-race tyre wear issue holding Ducati back in MotoGP - Dovizioso

Andrea Dovizioso says Ducati's current biggest issue in MotoGP is maintaining tyre life, as he was "completely f**ked" at the end of last weekend's Dutch TT

Lorenzo 'very lucky' he or Rossi didn't crash after Assen MotoGP hit

Jorge Lorenzo says it was "very lucky" neither he or Valentino Rossi crashed after the Yamaha rider rear-ended Lorenzo's Ducati early on in Sunday's Assen race

Valentino Rossi: Andrea Dovizioso's Assen MotoGP move 'not clever'

Valentino Rossi put his failure to score a podium finish in the Dutch TT at Assen down to an over-aggressive move by MotoGP rival Andrea Dovizioso

Johann Zarco only now over 'stress' of Le Mans MotoGP crash

Johann Zarco says the Dutch TT is the first MotoGP round where he has been able to overcome the "stress" of crashing out of his home grand prix last month