By PPP Team |

The French Grand Prix at Le Mans left us with more questions than answers, so Steve, Neil, and David attempt to answer some of the questions posed by our Patreon supporters. What factors will Ducati take into account when choosing between Marc Marquez, Jorge Martin, and Enea Bastianini for the second factory Ducati seat? Can Ducati keep all three riders, and if not, who can they afford to lose? Is the Yamaha getting better, or was it all just Fabio Quartararo? What's up with Brad Binder? And do the 2027 rules risk becoming a repeat of the 800s.

To help answer that last question, Neil sat down with KTM's MotoGP project leader Sebastian Risse, who gives his perspective on how he thinks the series will change in 2027.

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