MotoGP: VR46 Ducati confirms only Marco Bezzecchi, mystery about the second rider

Marco Bezzecchi will remain in VR46 Ducati also in 2023. An obvious confirmation, but there is no name of his teammate …

Marco Bezzecchi and VR46 Ducati together in 2023 – MotoriNews

A few days have passed since the San Marino Grand Prix a Misano. Now comes another announcement regarding the starting grid MotoGP 2023. Although perhaps it can cause some perplexity, given that we are talking about only one pilot. VR46 Ducati in fact it has formalized the renewal of Marco Bezzecchi, making his debut this year in the premier class. The results speak for him, even if the team was only waiting for the litmus test to formalize a existing contract for next season. No news then, but one piece is missing. There is no ad for Luca Marini, box mate of driver # 72. If we want, this is it surprise

Marco Bezzecchi and Alessio Salucci – MotoriNews

Bezzecchi, the obvious confirmation

There was no particular doubt about this, considering the great season that the young rookie is making. A constant growth, many top ten placings, above all the first podium obtained in the GP in Assen! Marco Bezzecchi he is showing up in this first year in MotoGP. Indeed, VR46 has confirmed that there was already a contract for the 2023 season, but it had to be confirmed. The results on the track certainly have made the choice easier in the team and Ducati. Bezzecchi is well on his way to the title of best rookie of the 2022 MotoGP season, with the first pursuer Fabio Di Giannantonio detached by over 40 points. This despite it unfortunate zero put on the scoresheet at Misano.

And the second pilot?

The direct confirmation of Luca Marini, rider with a year of MotoGP experience behind him. At the moment, however, from VR46 only theannouncement for Marco Bezzecchi. A rather strange move for the team of Valentino Rossi, team leader and older brother of the # 10 driver. Simple ‘delay‘or is there something more? To say that Marini has yet to win a podium in MotoGP, on the contrary instead of the box mate on his debut who has already succeeded. Of course we must point out that in the last GPs there was a significant improvement, as demonstrated by the two fourth places obtained at the Red Bull Ring and at Misano, a track that is ‘more than home’ for him and for the Italian guys of the VR46 Academy. We now look forward to understanding the next movealso counting on interest Ducati: all the official pilots and satellite teams have been announced, except for the second saddle of the Mooney VR46 team.

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