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Honda confirms Espargaro for '21 MotoGP season, Crutchlow to leave LCR

Honda has officially announced it has signed Pol Espargaro for the 2021 MotoGP season, while Cal Crutchlow has been moved aside at LCR to make way for Alex Marquez. Last month Autosport revealed Espargaro would be leaving KTM at the end of the year to join six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez at Honda in 2021. With KTM confirming Espargaro's exit late last month as it firmed up its 2021 line-up, the Spaniard's Honda move was all but sealed. On the eve of the delayed 2020 season getting underway at Jerez, HRC has officially announced Espargaro has signed a two-year deal to join his old Moto2 foe from 2021. Honda has also confirmed it will be moving Alex Marquez out of the factory...
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