How is the 2020 Moto2™ grid currently looking?

The intermediate class lineup looks like it will have a bit of a shakeup next season, but who has been confirmed so far?

We’ve checked out how the 2020 MotoGP™ grid is taking shape, so now it’s time to look at how the Moto2™ grid is looking. There are still plenty of seats to be filled but there have been a number of big names who have been confirmed to be racing in the intermediate class next season.

Current Championship leader Alex Marquez stays with EG 0,0 Marc VDS next season, with reigning Moto3™ World Champion Jorge Martin staying put in the Red Bull KTM Ajo spot, even if the Austrian manufacturer is pulling out of Moto2™ next season as a chassis supplier. FlexBox HP 40 will stick with Augusto Fernandez and Lorenzo Baldassarri in 2020, Speed Up retain Jorge Navarro and Fabio Di Giannantonio, with Moto3™ stars Aron Canet (Sterilgarda Max Racing Team) and Marcos Ramirez (Leopard Racing) confirming they will make the step up next year - just to name a few. 

Here’s how the Moto2™ grid currently looks:

FlexBox HP 40:
- Augusto Fernandez
- Lorenzo Baldassarri

Speed Up:
- Jorge Navarro
- Fabio Di Giannantonio

Red Bull KTM Ajo (will change chassis supplier):
- Tetsuta Nagashima
- Jorge Martin

- Kasma Daniel Bin Kasmayudin
- Remy Gardner

NTS RW Racing GP:
- Bo Bendsneyder
- Jesko Raffin

EG 0,0 Marc VDS:
- Alex Marquez
- Sam Lowes

American Racing KTM (will change chassis supplier):
- Marcos Ramirez
- Joe Roberts

Dynavolt Intact GP:
- Marcel Schrötter

Italtrans Racing Team:
- Enea Bastianini
- Lorenzo Dalla Porta

Sama Qatar Angel Nieto Team (will change constructor):
- Aron Canet
- Hafizh Syahrin

SKY Racing Team VR46:
- Marco Bezzecchi
- Luca Marini

Federal Oil Gresini Moto2:
- Nicolò Bulega
- Edgar Pons

Idemitsu Honda Team Asia:
- Somkiat Chantra
- Andi Farid Izdihar

MV Agusta Temporary Forward:
- Simone Corsi
- Stefano Manzi

Petronas Sprinta Racing:
- Xavi Vierge
- Jake Dixon

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