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By motogp.com

What you might have missed from Thursday in Thailand

Pecco Bagnaia and Aleix Espargaro arrive in Buriram eager to put Japanese GP mishaps behind them, while a familiar face makes his return

The OR Grand Prix of Thailand is officially underway, with a double Press Conference kicking off proceedings at Chang International Circuit in Thailand. As there always is, plenty was up for discussion ahead of the weekend, with some Championship contenders hoping to leave big mistakes behind them, while a blast from the past makes his MotoGP™ return!

Catch up on what you might have missed below:

The Ducati star threw away precious points with an "ambitious" move in Motegi, and hopes it will prove a valuable learning experience.

The Aprilia rider opened up on the aftermath of the error and how he handled it internally ahead of the Thai GP, vowing that it was a once off.

It looks like wet tyres will be needed in Buriram, and it has garnered different reactions from some of the Championship's best riders.

Fabio Quartararo, Pecco Bagnaia and Aleix Espargaro discuss what sectors suit their bikes best, and where they can profit most on circuit.

Spotted riding with a Kalex aluminium swingarm and an internally made carbon one, the HRC star details the advantages of both

A sit down with Aprilia's Maverick Viñales! Chatting all things 2022 and his future with the Noale factory!

The Italian is coming out of retirement for one weekend only as he dons the colours of Suzuki in Thailand this weekend.

The second episode of the unmissable MotoGP™ Stories series is coming on Friday, September 30th at 13:00 (CET).

The Pramac star gets the nod in his own fantasy team for the Thai GP ahead of the future factory rider for the Bologna bullets.

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