As well as announcing that Alex Marquez will remain with Gresini Racing next year the team also announced that they will remain with Ducati for the next two seasons.
The Italian team have confirmed two major parts of their 2024 plans, one of their riders and their manufacturer. However, it is still unknown who will be their second rider in 2024.
But it is known that the Gresini Racing squad will remain as a satellite Ducati team for the next two seasons of MotoGP racing. Gresini returned to MotoGP racing last year with Ducati and won multiple races for the manufacturer.
This season has only produced one Sprint Race win but the Italian manufacturer and team will continue their partnership into the near future.
“We are delighted to continue to have the Gresini Racing MotoGP team in the Ducati family for two more seasons," said Gigi Dall'Igna.
"They are an extremely professional outfit and, over the years, have shown that they have the potential to aspire to great results.
“Last year they scored four beautiful victories with our Desmosedici GP machine, and this season they clinched a podium, a pole position, and a win in the last GP Sprint with Alex Marquez. We are sure that together we will achieve more success in the future and continue to grow race by race.”