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Dorna Sports, the promoter behind the MotoGP motorcycling series, has confirmed that this year’s Thailand Grand Prix will go ahead as scheduled next month. 

Dorna Sports, commercial rights-holder of MotoGP and the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK), has engaged LaLiga, organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, to aid its efforts…

Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has agreed a deal to be the official fuel supplier for the Moto2 and Moto3 motorcycle racing series for the three years from 2020 until 2022

Thailand is poised to extend their MotoGP agreement with a five-year deal with the series' commercial rights-holder, Dorna Sports

The MotoGP motorcycling championship has further embraced the world of blockchain technology through a partnership with Animoca Brands, with the Hong Kong-based mobile games developer completing a strategic…

Dorna Sports, promoter of MotoGP, has furthered the motorcycling championship’s Austrian connections with the Red Bull Ring extending its race deal and KTM recommitting as a manufacturer partner.

The Dorna agency has today (Tuesday) revealed further details behind the MotoE World Cup, the world’s first fully electric motorcycle racing series recognised by the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), with Italian gas and electricity company Enel coming on board as title sponsor.

The MotoGP motorcycling championship has sealed its latest race extension with one of its four Spanish venues after signing a contract ensuring that MotorLand Aragon will remain on the calendar until the end of the 2021 season.

The Spanish city of Valencia is set to retain its hosting rights to the final round of the MotoGP season after a new five-year contract was announced today (Tuesday).

MotoGP’s German Grand Prix will remain at the Sachsenring until at least 2021 after Dorna Sports, the agency that operates and promotes the motorcycling championship, today (Thursday) confirmed a new five-year race contract.

The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) and Dorna Sports, commercial rights holder for the Superbike World Championship (WSBK), have announced plans to revamp the motorcycling series’ Supersport World Championship feeder competition.

The MotoGP motorcycling championship has unveiled its provisional calendar for the 2016 season, confirming that its Indianapolis round in the United States will be dropped from the schedule in order to make way for the revived Austrian Grand Prix.

MotoGP’s commercial rights holder Dorna Sports has reached a deal to keep the popular Czech Grand Prix at the iconic Brno circuit for the next five years.

The main stakeholders of motorcycling championship MotoGP have agreed terms on a new plan that includes a series of measures designed to ensure the stability of the sport through until 2021.

The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) and Dorna Sports agency have cancelled the Russian round of the 2015 World Superbike Championship (WSBK).

The British round of the MotoGP motorcycling championship will return to Silverstone this year, with the Northamptonshire circuit also set to host the 2016 event as questions continue to surround the future of the new Circuit of Wales development.

Donington Park has withdrawn from staging the UK’s round of the 2015 MotoGP motorcycling world championship after the Circuit of Wales failed to meet payment deadlines outlined in its hosting agreement with the English racetrack.

The new Chang International Circuit in Thailand has been confirmed as the latest addition to the 2015 World Superbike Championship (WSBK) calendar.

MotoGP will return to Austria after the operators of the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg signed an agreement with Dorna, the promoter of the motorcycling world championship.

The French circuit of Magny-Cours will continue to stage a round of the World Superbike Championship through to 2020.

French manufacturer Michelin is set to replace Japanese counterpart Bridgestone as the official tyre supplier to MotoGP, the motorcycling world championship’s commercial rights-holder Dorna Sports has announced.

Iconic French motor racing circuit Le Mans has reached an agreement to host the Grand Prix de France in motorcycling’s MotoGP World Championship for a further five years, from 2017 to 2021.

Bridgestone is to step aside from its role as the official tyre supplier of the MotoGP motorcycling series at the end of the 2015 season.