The MotoGPTM, Moto2TM, and Moto3TM grids for the new season are listed below.
Before the final season in Valencia, the entry lists for MotoGPTM, Moto2TM, and Moto3TM for 2023 were released. Three classes will feature 19 different nations competing in 21 Grands Prix across 18 different nations. Below are some of the significant changes to be informed of:
The premier class will see a lot of changes before 2023, with a large number of racers switching bikes and team colours. The latest new teams in MotoGPTM are Tech3 GASGAS Factory Racing and Aprilia’s RNF MotoGPTM Team.
As seven new competitors enter the class full-time, Pedro Acosta of Red Bull KTM Ajo will return to his preferred number 37 beginning in the upcoming season.
The lightweight class has seen a number of notable modifications, with Jaume Masia (Red Bull KTM Ajo) returning to Leopard Racing and Deniz ncü (Red Bull KTM Tech 3) moving places with Dani Holgado (Red Bull KTM Ajo) for 2023. Romano Fenati, meanwhile, makes a comeback to the racetrack with the Rivacold Snipers Team.
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