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2019-09-02
By motogp.com

#MotoGP2020: how is the grid shaping up?

Take a look at who currently sits where for next season as we start to edge closer to the end of the 2019 campaign

The 2020 MotoGP™ season is fast approaching. 2019 is flying by and as we enter the final stages of this season, how is the grid for next season shaping up? There are still a couple of seats to be confirmed, with Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Idemitsu) yet to be announced by HRC and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing yet to confirm Johann Zarco’s replacement. This puts Miguel Oliveira’s whereabouts – either Red Bull KTM Tech 3 or Zarco’s vacant seat – in question despite already being confirmed to stay with KTM's satellite team in 2020, with the Portuguese star enjoying a very impressive rookie campaign on the RC16.  

So, here’s how the 2020 MotoGP™ grid currently looks:

Repsol Honda Team:
- Marc Marquez
- Jorge Lorenzo

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Ducati Team:
- Andrea Dovizioso
- Danilo Petrucci

Dovizioso fit but not happy with Misano Test

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP:
- Maverick Viñales
- Valentino Rossi

Rossi: "We had some new things for next year"

Team Suzuki Ecstar:
- Joan Mir
- Alex Rins

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Red Bull KTM Factory Racing:
- Pol Espargaro
- TBC

Oliveira a candidate to replace Zarco in the KTM Factory?

Aprilia Racing Team Gresini:
- Andrea Iannone
- Aleix Espargaro

The season so far: Aprilia - Rolling with the punches

Petronas Yamaha SRT:
- Fabio Quartararo
- Franco Morbidelli

MotoGP™ Misano Test Day 2 recap: Quartararo on record pace

Pramac Racing:
- Jack Miller
- Francesco Bagnaia

Miller working for race setup at Misano Test

LCR Honda:
- Cal Crutchlow
- TBC

Best foot forward: Crutchlow talks about that leg dangle

Red Bull KTM Tech 3:
- Brad Binder
- Miguel Oliveira* 

Get Brad Binder's thoughts about heading to MotoGP™ in 2020

Reale Avinita Racing:
- Karel Abraham
- Tito Rabat

Rabat meets the marshall and medic that "saved his life"

LCR Honda's second seat and the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing/Tech 3 seats should be confirmed in the not too distant future, so keep your eyes peeled for the remaining 2020 MotoGP™ rider confirmations. 

*Potential move to Red Bull KTM Factory Racing. 

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