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2019 provisional entry lists revealed

Take a look at how each class is lining up for next season with notable changes across the board…

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The provisional entry lists for each of the Championships have been released for the 2019 season. Take a look below to get a glimpse of the numbers and teams each rider will be racing with next season.


One of the most notable changes is Maverick Viñales (Yamaha Factory Racing) switching from number 25 to number 12 for the 2019 season. Meanwhile, two of the rookies will have to use different numbers to what they used in 2018: Moto2™ World Champion Francesco Bagnaia (Alma Pramac Racing) goes with the 63 plate after using the number 42 in the intermediate class, with Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Tech 3) going for the number 88, 44 his traditional number.

Elsewhere, a new-look team and a brand-new team join the premier class grid and their team names have been revealed. Monster Yamaha Tech 3 become Red Bull KTM Tech 3, with Petronas Yamaha SRT the name for the new Independent Team Yamaha garage.


2018 Moto3™ title challenger Marco Bezzecchi changes from his number 12 to 72 for his rookie season with Red Bull KTM Tech 3, with fellow Italian Nicolo Bulega going with number 11 for his maiden Moto2™ campaign – number 8 his usual number. Elsewhere, British rookie Jake Dixon takes the 96 plate as he enters the intermediate class with the Angel Nieto Team. 


The big news in the lightweight class is the return of Romano Fenati to the Snipers Team (Team 0) – the number 55 plate is the Italians for his return. 

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