Marco Melandri will return to the royal caravan of MotoGP motorcycling after four years in the Superbike series. The Italian has signed a contract with the Gresini Racing team, which will compete with Aprilia's engines next season. Melandri raced in the top class of motorcycling for eight years, during which time he won five races. In 2010, he said goodbye to the series and tried his luck in the Superbike series. There, he also joined Aprilia this year, with whom they will return to MotoGP together. "I was offered the opportunity to help develop a whole new project. I haven't done that in my career, as I've always" inherited "engines developed by others," Melandri said. "This challenge is very attractive to me. I work with the factory and the racing department that has approached me and with which it wants to
It has been known for some time that the Suzuki team will return to the motoGP class next year. According to the latest rumors, he is followed by a fourth Japanese brand, Kawasaki. "Ta zeleni" will work with the Forward Racing team in the event of a performance in motoGP. The last time Kawaski was in the royal class, Marco Melandri raced on it. Kawasaki is also very successful in Suprebike races, so he is also considering returning to the royal class. Due to complications with Dorna, Kawasaki will most likely work with Forward Racing.