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2023 MotoGP World Championship - Rider line-up so far

With a wheel yet to turn for the start of 2022 pre-season testing, it might appear too soon to be speculating on the 2023 MotoGP rider line-up. But the last time the usual two-year cycle of factory contracts came up for renewal, covering the 2021 and 2022 seasons, the first deal was announced on January 28, 2020. In other words, the equivalent of later this month. That first deal was an extension of Maverick Vinales' (ill-fated) Yamaha contract. It was followed the very next day, January 29, by another big Yamaha announcement; the signing of future world champion Fabio Quartararo to replace Valentino Rossi for the following year. Then, a few weeks later on February 20, Repsol Honda...
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