2022 MotoGP News/Misc.

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The entry lists for all classes were released this Monday.
MotoGP will see the number of full-time competitors increase from 22 to 24 as Gresini Racing has separated from Aprilia and will run an independent Ducati team instead.
There will be five rookies in the premier class, including Moto2 World Champion Remy Gardner. Raul Fernandez (2nd in 2021), Marco Bezzecchi (3rd) and Fabio di Giannantonio (7th) will also move up from Moto 2 while Darryn Binder will move up directly from Moto3 to MotoGP following his 7th-place-finish in the championship last year (which is not a good idea, but whatever).
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The Moto2 field includes 30 riders, eleven of which will be rookies (oh boy). The American riders Joe Roberts and Cameron Beaubier will be back in their rides from 2021, Beaubier will be joined by MotoAmerica Supersport champion Sean Dylan Kelly at the American Racing team. Moto3 veterans Fenati and Antonelli will finally move up after 10 years in the lowest world championship class.
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Moto3 will also feature a 30-bike field including 11 rookies. 2022 will be the final season before the minimum age for all classes of the World Championship is raised to 18 years (17 for Rookies Cup and Moto3 Junior World Champions).
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If everything goes to plan, the schedule will set a new record, featuring 21 races.
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https://www.motogp.com/en/calendar
https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2021/11/16/2022-provisional-entry-lists-announced/402505
 

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