For the third time this season, Honda's Dani Pedrosa qualified on pole, his latest arriving in Sepang. Points leader Marc Marquez didn't do too well.
Ducati's Dovizioso was quickest during 2017 Sepang MotoGP Friday practice, leading both the dry and wet sessions. His rival, Honda's Marquez, was fifth.
Honda's Marc Marquez and Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso, the two 2017 MotoGP title contenders, highlighted the pre-race conference at Sepang.
Dorna Sports announced that Michelin will remain as the official MotoGP tire supplier agreement through the 2023 MotoGP season.
The 2017 MotoGP title chase between Honda's Marc Marquez and Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso changed dramatically after the 27-lap Australian GP.
For the seventh time in 2017 MotoGP, Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez claimed the pole. His latest was claimed at Phillip Island in Australia.
Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro claimed the top time during 2017 Phillip Island MotoGP Friday practice, beating Honda's Marc Marquez by 0.005 of a second.
Only 11 points separate leader Marc Marquez (Honda) from Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) as the 2017 MotoGP Championship heads down under to Phillip Island.
Rain once again plagued the 24-rider grid during the Japanese GP at Motegi. Following the 24-lap race at Motegi MotoGP, the points battled tightened.
Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso topped rival Marc Marquez (Honda) during wet free practice sessions Friday at Twin Ring Motegi for Japan MotoGP.
2017 Motegi MotoGP begins a stretch of three back-to-back GPs. Leading the way is Honda's Marc Marquez, who is 16 points ahead of Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso.
Team Estrella Galicia Honda MotoGP's Jack Miller broke his leg while trial bike training in Andorra, and will be forced to miss the Japanese GP at Motegi.
To pay tribute to Nicky, Dunlop has made him a part of the iconic Legends poster series, a program to honor racing heroes.
The tie for the lead was broken during the 2017 Aragon Grand Prix. But the story was about Valentino Rossi, who raced 25-days after breaking his leg.
Just 24 days after breaking his right leg in a training crash, Valentino Rossi qualified third at Aragon MotoGP behind pole sitter Maverick Vinales.