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Lorenzo and Honda agree two-year deal

Ducati rider Jorge Lorenzo has reached an agreement to join fellow MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez at Honda next year, Motorsport.com can reveal. The Japanese manufacturer is poised to announce a two-year-deal with Lorenzo soon, having only just confirmed earlier on Tuesday that it would not be retaining long-time rider Dani Pedrosa. The agreement, worth a reported 4 million per year, is believed to have been reached in principle several days ago, even prior to Lorenzo's first Ducati win at Mugello. The Spaniard, who has won three MotoGP titles at Yamaha but has largely struggled in his time at Ducati, dominated the Italian Grand Prix last Sunday – but admitted the win had come “too...
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