According to some media reports, the Marc VDS team is very close to signing a contract with Yamaha, thus becoming their satellite team from next season onwards. Thus, she will replace the Tech 3 team, which will end its cooperation with the Japanese team at the end of this season and will cooperate with the KTM team in the future. The Marc VDS team has been working with Honda since coming to the MotoGP class in 2015, but now the Belgian team is determined to find a new team to work with in the coming seasons. Team leader Michael Bartholemy has repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction with working with Honda, as Honda has stepped up cooperation with its other LCR satellite team, represented by Cal Crutchlow and Takaaki Nakagami, who have factory contracts with Honda. Also the Avi team
Alex Marquez will not continue his racing weekend in Misano after a severe fall in Friday’s first moto2 class training. Racer Marc VDS injured his left hip when he fell. In a press release, the team denied rumors that it was a fracture, but confirmed that there was internal bleeding at the site of the impact, so for the racer, who is otherwise after two victories, third in the championship, continuing at the end of the race weeks would not be safe. Despite the fall, the 21-year-old Spaniard finished his first training session at the top and will now try to prepare for the racing weekend in Aragon, which will be scheduled in two weeks.
Leading in the Moto2 World Championship scoring, Franco Morbidelli will advance to the elite MotoGP class next season, where he will race with the Marc VDS team. “It’s nice to have everything arranged so early in the season,” the 22-year-old Morbidelli said. "Now I can fully focus on my work this season. At the thought of participating in MotoGP, I am excited and happy to enter the top class with my team and people I know and those I have worked with before. The challenge is great, but I'm looking forward to it. But now I'm going to focus on this season, so thinking about MotoGP will have to wait until the last season of the Moto2 class. " Team president Marc van der Straten explained that Franco had exceeded all expectations and would succeed in the top class of the World Cup. "Franco was a stranger when