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Pedrosa to make wildcard return at Spanish GP
Dani Pedrosa will make a wildcard MotoGP appearance at his home Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez in April. The 37-year-old retired from the championship at the end of 2018 with 31 top class wins. He still carries out testing duties for the Austrian manufacturer.See the Story
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"He’s my dark horse" – Suppo analyses 2023’s key contenders
A change of crew chief could be the final piece to the puzzle for one leading contender according to the Italian team bossSee the Story
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Gresini Racing Launches Alex Marquez & Di Giannantonio Bikes for MotoGP 2023
Fausto Gresini-founded team enjoyed a breakout 2022 season with Enea Bastianini, who guided the squad to four victories and mounted an outside charge for the title for much of the year. The team continues its partnership with Ducati into 2023, with double MotoGP podium finisher Marquez joining the outfit alongside sophomore Fabio Di Giannantonio. Marquez made his MotoGP debut in 2020 with the factory Honda squad.See the Story
MotoGP champion Bagnaia to race #1 as Ducati reveals 2023 colours
Bagnaia is the first rider since Casey Stoner in 2012 to run the #1 plate for their title defence season. Enea Bastianini has been promoted from Gresini Racing after a breakout 2022 in which the 2020 Moto2 world champion won four races and finished third in the standings.See the Story
WTA releases provisional calendar for 2023 till US Open
WTA on Tuesday released a provisional calendar for 2023, the 50th anniversary season of the women's tour. The season begins with the United Cup in Australia, a new mixed team event involving women and men players. The provisional calendar includes the schedule for first three quarters of the year, concluding with the US Open, which will be held from August 28 to September 10.See the Story
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