MotoGP season preview: Who will make the 2021 line-up?

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This article contains profiles of key riders on the World Motorcycling Championship in the 2021-22 season

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Wednesday, 22 June

Brothers Cornelia and Marco Porto – Ducati

Brothers Marco and Cornelia (left) will drive Dacrocs in the next MotoGP season

Marco Porto (above) made his debut in 2018 and has been based with the Italian Ducati team in the build-up to his debut World Championship season on a 650cc machine. He will partner brother, Cornelia, and partnering with the star duo, the team could have the most impressive mix on the planet. Marco has already achieved four British titles in the main event held in the USA, while he has won in the English Superbike Championships.

Sergio Goyas – Ducati

Sergio Goyas has some rather unique tributes to his hometown of Taranto

Sergio Goyas has some pretty distinctive tributes to his hometown of Taranto as his vintage motorcycling bike which he raced is displayed on wheels – covered in tattoos and in the shape of a popular pizza restaurant.

Jack Miller – Ducati

Jack Miller had the misfortune of finishing a podium behind the two most successful riders in MotoGP history on his debut season in the 2021-22 World Championship. He though finished some close second places to present a formidable challenge to the best men in the sport.

Conrad Viola – Ducati

Conrad Viola is the youngest European champion and the first Italian to win a TT so he is the perfect prospect to pick up the A Series.

Borja Topete – Honda

Borja Topete may look as though he has an American voice but has Scottish roots. He also races a 950cc bike.

Dimitar Diliberto – Ducati

Dimitar Diliberto and Valentino Rossi regularly take to the same bike during the World Championship in the future Ducati machines.

Sebastian Combi – Ducati

Sebastian Combi recently got an offer to race at MotoGP level in the future from the Ducati team. He also has the most junior ever motorcycling classification to his name.

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