Alma Pramac Ducati

  • Jorge Lorenzo may head to Pramac Ducati in 2020.

  • Jack Miller’s contract deal has been delayed.

  • Miller says that it may be due to Lorenzo’s negotiation with the team.

In a shock bit of gossip, Jorge Lorenzo may eye a seat at Pramac Ducati in 2020. Even more intriguingly, current rider Jack Miller says his contract deal is delayed because of Lorenzo.

It’s the mid-season break for the MotoGP paddock and this is when deals are signed and time for the people involved to talk.

Rumours of Lorenzo may quit Honda for a Ducati ride next year started surfacing a few days prior but most (including us) dismissed it as just that – rumours. Why would he leave a factory team for a satellite team?

Miller had earlier joked that his 2020 contract was being “sent to him,” only to discover that Lorenzo had entered negotiations with his team. The Australian wasn’t happy and didn’t mince his words, “I think there is some truth to the rumours about Lorenzo. For sure he’s looking at something because at the moment he can’t ride the Honda. It’s easy to tuck your tail between your legs and run back,” said Miller to

Jack Miller – Photo credit

“I thought we were waiting on paperwork but clearly that’s not the case. There might be something else behind it, I don’t know yet. We’ll see. Once Jorge comes back from the Maldives or wherever he is, we’ll find out what I’m doing.”

Lorenzo is currently under rehabilitation after crushing his vertebrae in a crash. He had said that the Honda fits him better when he moved to the Repsol Honda factory team but is now reeling from poor results and injury.

  • Penunggang Moto2, Francesco Bagnaia, telah menandatangani perjanjian selama dua tahun dengan pasukan Pramac Ducati MotoGP.
  • Penunggang dari Itali berusia 21 tahun itu akan merealisasikan impian MotoGPnya pada tahun 2019 dan 2020 di atas jentera Ducati.
  • Pengumuman tersebut telah dibuat oleh Bagnaia dan pasukan SkyVR46 Racing di laman Twitter.


Current Moto2 rider Francesco Bagnaia has signed a two-year deal with the Pramac Ducati MotoGP team.

The 21-year-old Italian will realise his MotoGP dream in 2019 and 2020 onboard Ducati machinery.

The announcement was made by Bagnaia and the SkyVR46 Racing team on Twitter.

It looks like the 2019 MotoGP ‘silly season’ has started super early with the signing of Francesco Bagnaia to move up to the premier class with Pramac Ducati. The news of the young Italian signing a two-year MotoGP deal was announced by himself and the SkyVR46 racing team on Twitter. (more…)


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