- 19. 4. 2015 - Rožňavské námestie obsadili stovky motorkárov
British Racing Drivers' Club president Derek Warwick hopes the Circuit of Wales project "doesn't happen", and that Silverstone can continue to host MotoGP's British Grand Prix.
Ducati has "all the cards in our hand" to win the 2017 MotoGP title with its improving package and new recruit Jorge Lorenzo, CEO Claudio Domenicali says.
When Alvaro Bautista competes in the Qatar Grand Prix he will become the only rider on the grid to have raced four different 'factory' MotoGP machines.
Team boss Davide Brivio feels Suzuki's loss of technical concessions for 2017 will not impede the factory's continued development in the MotoGP class.
Former racer Loris Capirossi will become MotoGP promoter Dorna's representative on what is essentially a trimmed grand prix race direction panel in 2017.
Valentino Rossi was not as relaxed as normal during the 2016 MotoGP season following his '15 feud with Marc Marquez, according to his Yamaha crew chief Silvano Galbusera.
Scott Redding laments not spending more time in junior classes before his graduation to MotoGP in 2014.
Cal Crutchlow says he won't leave LCR Honda simply to become a factory rider again in MotoGP.
Jorge Lorenzo is convinced he will not need to change his smooth riding style to succeed with Ducati's MotoGP bike.
Suzuki finished the 2016 MotoGP season more satisfied by how much it had closed the gap to Honda and Yamaha than by having won a race.
MotoGP rookie Jonas Folger says following three-time champion Jorge Lorenzo during his first day on a premier-class bike showed that being smooth will be vital as he graduates.
MotoGP and F1, the pinnacle of their respective two and four-wheel disciplines, could each learn from the other.
Incoming race riders Bradley Smith and Pol Espargaro confirmed KTM's suspicion that its maiden MotoGP bike needed to be better in changes of direction.
Sam Lowes believes not having to ride a Moto2 bike again will help when he tests with Aprilia before making his MotoGP debut in 2017.
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow wants changes to MotoGP's weekend format, believing the way qualifying groups are formed is "just wasting time for everybody".
Honda and Yamaha MotoGP team bosses Livio Suppo and Lin Jarvis say the 2016 season shows that the introduction of the new control electronics was the right move.
As we close in on the end of 2016, it's time to look back at the biggest moments across the motorsport world - for better or for worse - over the last 12 months.
Ducati found it tough to decide to split with Andrea Iannone to accommodate three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo in 2017.