Repsol Honda: Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa
Repsol Honda keep their current drives for 2017 MotoGP season, current championship leader Marc Marquez and team-mate Dani Pedrosa continue as team-mates for a fifth successive season. Impressively, it will be Pedrosa’s 12th campaign in MotoGP with Honda, having won races in every season he’s spent at the very top.
Movistar Yamaha: Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales
38 years old the legendry MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi continues at Yamaha. And new team-mate Vinales will join the Italian in what promises to be an all-action, attacking team full of fearless promise.
Ducati Team: Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso
Vital move – Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo will race for Ducati in 2017. Dovizioso has been lauded for his role in bringing the Desmosedici back to winning form, and will partner up with the Spaniard.
Suzuki Racing: Andrea Iannone and Alex Rins
Young, fast and fearless are the pairing who’ll spearhead Suzuki’s push in 2017. Iannone is now a race winner in MotoGP and is never shy when it comes to racing hard, while Rins will make the step up to MotoGP as rookie with the factory team like Viñales did in 2015. Can he do it as a reigning Moto2 World Champion?
KTM Factory Racing: Bradley Smith and Pol Espargaró
Both riders are now considered experienced MotoGP hands, and will be tasked with pushing the KTM RC16 to its limits upon its debut in MotoGP. Smith is a podium finisher, while Moto2 World Champion Espargaró is yet to stand on the rostrum in his three seasons in MotoGP to date.
Monster Yamaha Tech 3: Jonas Folger and Johann Zarco
Marc VDS: Jack Miller and Tito Rabat
LCR Honda: Cal Crutchlow
Aprilia Gresini: Alex Lowes and Aleix Espargaró
Pramac Ducati: Scott Redding and Danilo Petrucci
Avintia Ducati: Héctor Barberá and Loris Baz
Aspar Ducati: Alvaro Bautista and Yonny Hernandez