What you need to know about the 2017 MotoGP™ season

The 2017 Moto2 World Championship is set to be a battle of the best, with a new era in MotoGP and a slew of new riders to contend with.

In this exclusive interview, we discuss the future of MotoGP in Europe, as well as the 2017 season. 

First up, we speak to the current MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez.

He is one of the most consistent riders of his era, winning the 2017 World Championship and a handful of races this season.

We also discuss the new rider line-up and the future direction of Moto2 in Europe. 

The future of the 2017 European MotoGP Championship Marc Marquez is on the cards in 2017. 

 Marc has always had a great relationship with his team, and the current team’s new rider lineup looks promising. 

For now, the main focus of the team will be the 2017 FIM World Championship in France, where Marc and co will take on the best in the world. 

Marc will be aiming for the top of the podium in Paris and is set for a good showing. 

Marquez, on the other hand, has been the main driver of the previous MotoGP era, and he is still in the race with the best of them. 

“Marc is a rider I’ve been following since the beginning of his career.

He was in the team in 2016 and he always kept a good level of pace.

This year, we will be looking to bring back some of that speed and that aggression to the championship.” 

“It is going to be hard to beat Marc Marcello, because he has been a champion for so long.

The other riders are always going to look to score some points this year.

Marc has a lot of experience and he knows what it takes to win. 

I am confident in the new riders for the championship and I think we can take it from here.” 

The new rider lines up For this year’s MotoGP, the new lines-up is very clear. 

All the main contenders have been confirmed. 

Riders Bobby Engvall (2017) is set to join the Yamaha-supported team in 2018. 

It’s also the case that Marc Marccosse, Kazuki Nakajima, Jakub Motulski, Alexandre Lezcano and Marco Simoncelli are all back on the team. 

We can also see that the Yamaha factory team will also be back on board, with Nicky Hayden, Lorenzo Piedrahita and Vincenzo Nibali coming in. 

Piedrahitas is one of many riders who is currently riding under a contract with the factory, and will be able to ride the Yamaha brand in 2018.

However, he is a long way from riding the Yamaha machine. 

Kamui Kobayashi has also been confirmed as a factory rider, with his contract up at the end of the year. 

Nakajima has been one of Yamaha’s top riders in the past and is currently a rider on the Yamaha Factory Team. 

Simoncelli has been riding with the Factory Yamaha team for a few years now, and has won the Moto2 Championship a few times. 

He is also one of the biggest names in the sport, having won two World Championships, and is expected to be one of Moto3’s biggest stars in 2018, as the Yamaha team aims to repeat that success. 

Lazio’s Marco Coledan is currently riding for the factory team, but he is set on joining a team that is a few races away from his home country of Italy. 

Vince Lombardi is also expected to be in the factory Yamaha factory. 

This team is led by former MotoGP rider Giuseppe Marcelli, who has won three World Championship titles and has a good track record. 

His team is set up to bring together some of the riders who have a lot in common with each other, and it should be a fun year.

It will be difficult to overtake Marcellosse’s pace, as he has the advantage of having been in the MotoGP championship since 2007. MotoGP is an interesting title to watch Vincent Lombardi is one of the top riders of the past two years. 

That has led him to being on a very good deal for a second year in a row. 

While he has not won a race since 2014, he has still been one the most experienced riders of this generation. 

In 2018, Lombardi has been part of a team with Movistar’s Cadel Evans, who has been one of the most successful riders in Moto2 this season, as Evans was the only rider to take out the championship last year.

Lombardi will be