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Provisional MotoGP Entry Lists

With the publication of this latest provisional entry list, the last remaining unknowns from the previous version have now been cleared up.

Iodaracing Project has recruited Britain’s Leon Camier as team-mate to Danilo Petrucci, both riding ART machinery. Camier, 27 years of age, enters from the Eni FIM Superbike World Championship and becomes the fifth British representative on this year’s MotoGP™ starting grid.

The participation of Australian Broc Parkes with PBM has also been confirmed, riding an Open tier PBM bike with an Aprilia engine.

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Provisional MotoGP Entry Lists
With the publication of this latest provisional entry list, the last remaining unknowns from the previous version have now been cleared up.
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