Six races at the end of the 2022 season, but it’s already testing next year with several riders changing teams in light of the upcoming World Championships.
The 2022 season is now coming to a close, with six races still remaining, and the world title still in equilibrium between world champion Quartararo and the chasing pair formed by Bagnaia and Aliix Espargarò, but the teams had already moved on before the year it happened. Come. In fact, the 2023 grid is already well defined with 21 of the 22 bikes knowing which rider will ride all season in search of the dream world. The latest news that arrived in the last few hours is farewell Remy Gardner For Team Tech3, what will be GasGas next year, effectively leaving the driver market open.
With the Moto2 World Champion in Superbike moving to Team Yamaha instead of Garrett Gerloff (who moved to BMW), the GasGas saddle is still free for next year. In fact, the “new” MotoGP team decided to focus on it Paul Aspargary For next season, making room for the Spaniard Joan Mir In the official Honda team alongside the eight-time world champion Marc Marquez. Suzuki’s sudden farewell to motorcycles, as well as driving Mir to pass with the Cabroncito, has also been put on the market. Alex Rains who joined the LCR Honda team who decided to confirm, after various ups and downs in recent races, the Japanese Takaaki Nakagami. Confirmation of the couple arrived from the Japanese stables my quarter–Morbidly At Yamaha, with the two who will once again attempt to take M1s to the title.
The change of guard, however, is in the WithU team, leaving Yamaha to marry Aprilia. If the Noale team decides to confirm Alex Espargaro e Maverick Vinales On top of the official RS-GP, the Portuguese landed in the Razali Satellite Team (RNF) Miguel Oliveira e Raul Fernandez, both returning from a less than exciting experience at KTM. KTM, then, confirms Brad Pender RC riding which will also be able to count on talent Jack Miller. After his farewell with Ducati, in fact, the Australian decided to turn the page and take advantage of the free place in the Austrian team to look for new catalysts for next year.
In Ducati, on the other hand, there is an air of modernity. To move the chessboard for the four teams with the support of Borgo Panigale Can Enea BastianiniWho signed with the official team side by side Bajnaya. Thus, the move of “The Beast” to Ducati has secured a place in the Gresini team, which he confirms for next year Fabio Di Giannatonio It focuses heavily on Alex Marquez, of two years at LCR Honda. However, there is no news in the Prima Pramac team, with Johann Zarko e Jorge Martin highly stressed as well Marco Besecki e Luca Marini Neil Money VR46 Team.
Below is the waiting list for 2023, with only one vacancy at GasGas which, barring exciting surprises, should go to the Spaniard Augusto Fernandez.
– MotoGP™ (MotoGP) September 13, 2022