Moto Gp biggest crashes|| MOTOGP Crash Compilation || funnysport fail |crazy4cars|| - Hello guys this is crazy4cars in this channel you find out about cars bikes and engine related video for more information please like share subscribe our youtube channel. keep supporting keep loving Thank You crazy4cars About 2019 Race -: The 2019 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season is the 71st F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. After five rounds of the championship, title defender Marc Márquez on a Honda leads the championship after three race wins, chasing his sixth premier class title. Last season's championship runner-up Andrea Dovizioso is in second for Ducati with Álex Rins on a Suzuki in third, both of whom having won a race each. Team changes Tech 3 switched to KTM machines, ending their twenty-year relationship with Yamaha.[24] Ángel Nieto Team joined forces with SIC Racing Team to field two Yamaha YZR-M1 satellite bikes, replacing Tech 3 as Yamaha's satellite team starting from 2019. [25] EG 0,0 Marc VDS were dropped off from the 2019 entry list. Rider changes Francesco Bagnaia was promoted to the MotoGP class, joining Pramac Racing. He replaced Danilo Petrucci, who moved to Ducati Corse.[8] Andrea Iannone left Suzuki at the end of the 2018 championship after two seasons.[26] He joined Aprilia where he replaced Scott Redding, who moved to the British Superbike Championship.[27] 2017 Moto3 champion Joan Mir will fill the seat vacated by Iannone at Suzuki.[18] Miguel Oliveira was promoted to the MotoGP class, joining Tech 3. He will become the first rider to come through the Red Bull KTM system to the premier class, having competed in the Rookies Cup, Moto3 and Moto2 with KTM bikes. Jorge Lorenzo left Ducati's factory team after two seasons to join Repsol Honda. He replaced Dani Pedrosa, who retired at the conclusion of the 2018 season to take a testing role with KTM.[28][29][30] Johann Zarco left Tech 3 to join Red Bull KTM Factory Racing. He replaced Bradley Smith who switched to the MotoE. Franco Morbidelli joined Petronas Yamaha Sepang Racing. He was partnered by Fabio Quartararo. Thomas Lüthi stepped back to Moto2 with the Dynavolt Intact GP team.[31] Having competed in MotoGP since 2010, Álvaro Bautista switched to the Superbike World Championship. Karel Abraham joined Avintia Racing after two seasons with Aspar Racing Team/Ángel Nieto Team. Xavier Simeon switched to the MotoE World Championship while remaining with Avintia Racing. Rule changes The season saw the introduction of a new penalty called the "Long Lap" penalty for exceeding track limits, which, at every circuit, is a route defined and marked at a safe point around the circuit (usually a run-off area outside of a turn). Any rider that receives the penalty must ride through the area within 3 laps of being notified. *Disclaimer*- - Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing." - The materials are used for illustrative and exemplification reasons, also quoting in order to recombine elements to make a new work. The original works were altered quantitatively or qualitatively and the video does not compete with the market for the original works. There were used small portions of the materials in a new context and expression for illustrative reasons only. - I do NOT own the video materials and all credits belong to respectful owners. In case of copyright issues, please contact me immediately for further credits or clip delete. Contact us - * *instagram:crazy4cars.pvt motogp crashes, motogp crashes 2016, motogp crash compilat