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GP Week : Issue 210
at BriEFly » Avintia Racing has announced it will be switching to Ducati for the 2015 season and beyond. Avintia will field Ducati Desmosedici GP14s running Open class software in 2015, and GP15s running the spec software in 2016. Hector Barbera will be on one bike in 2015, but the second seat is still open. » The Grand Prix Commission has announced that the MotoGP machine minimum weight limit will be reduced to by 2kg from to 158 kg for 2015. It is also considering a further 2kg reduction for 2016. » A Monday medical check following his home San Marino round revealed that Alex de Angelis raced at Misano with a fracture to the scaphoid bone. The injury was not diagnosed until after the race. The Forward Yamaha rider finished the race in 14th place. » The speed of Honda’s Moto3 machine has prompted some changes in the KTM camp. Both Jack Miller and Romano Fenati returned to their original 2014 chassis at Misano. » Red Bull KTM Ajo has lost no time in naming Miller’s replacement. Miguel Oliveira, currently with Mahindra Racing, has been named as the Aussie’s successor. » Remy Gardner made his World Championship debut in Italy. The son of 1987 World 500cc Champion Wayne Gardner got a late call-up to join Keifer Racing for Misano and registered a 27th place finish. home rule for this scott MOTOGP >>> nEWs scott Redding will stay in MotoGP next season but will rejoin his old Moto2 team, Marc VDs. The Briton will move up to a Factory Honda with the team, which will also run its two Moto2 entries for Tito Rabat and Alex Marquez, brother of World Champion Marc Marquez. Redding, 21, rode for Marc VDs for three seasons in 2010-13, and this season stepped up to MotoGP on Gresini’s Open RCV1000R. 18 GPWEEK.com // 18 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: