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With Brad Binder joining the factory KTM team and Iker Leucona replacing Syahrin at Red Bull Tech3, the official 2020 MotoGP World Championship Teams and Riders line-up is  now complete. Truth be told, these arrivals mark the only changes occurred to the 2019 grid, with most of the silly season focused on the end of the MotoGP 2020 season, when several top riders will need to re-negotiate their contracts.

If there’s still one last point of uncertainty, that must be the one concerning the future of Jorge Lorenzo with the HRC outfit. There can be little doubt that the Mallorcan has found little to no feeling with his RC213V and has been struggling throughout the season, also courtesy of a poor physical form. The fact that garage-mate and fellow spaniard Marc Marquez on the very same bike has won his 8th world title sure did not help. Lorenzo of course has a contract with HRC for 2020, but there could be ways out and -should that be the case- it is still not sure who will be the man replacing him in the Repsol Honda squad.

One more time, the pinnacle of two-wheel racing will feature mostly an Italian-Iberian paddock, with just 6 riders out of 22 not hailing from these two peninsulas: Binder, Crutchlow, Nakagami, Miller, Abraham and Quartararo.

As for now, this is the complete Line-up of Teams and riders for the 2020 MotoGP season

MotoGP 2020 – Teams and Riders

Repsol Honda HRC

Marc Marquez – Spain – #93
Jorge Lorenzo – Spain – #99

Monster Yamaha

Maverick Vinales – Spain – #12
Valentino Rossi – Italy – #46

Ducati Team

Andrea Dovizioso – Italy – #04
Danilo Petrucci – Italy – #9


Alex Rins – Spain – #42
Joan Mir – Spain – #36

Red Bull KTM

Pol Espargaro – Spain – #44
Brad Binder – South Africa

Aprilia Gresini

Aleix Espargaro – Spain – #41
Andrea Iannone – Italy – #29

Tech3 KTM

Miguel Oliveira – Portugal – #88
Iker Leucona – Spain – #27

LCR Honda

Cal Crutchlow – Great Britain – #35
Takaaki Nakagami – Japan – #30

Pramac Ducati

Francesco Bagnaia – Italy – #63
Jack Miller  – Australia – #30

Avintia Racing

Karel Abraham – Czech Republic- #17
Tito Rabat – Spain – #53

Petronas Yamaha Sepang Team

Franco Morbidelli – Italy – #21
Fabio Quartararo – France – #20

Finally, here you can find the MotoGP 2020 Calendar

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Emanuele Venturoli
Emanuele Venturoli
A graduate in Public, Social and Political Communication from the University of Bologna, he has always been passionate about marketing, design and sport.
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