Fabio Di Giannantonio risks being the one left standing when MotoGP’s game of musical chair stops for 2024 – and he has an interesting outlook on the situation
Gresini Ducati rider Fabio Di Giannantonio, whose MotoGP future is uncertain, faced the media confidently ahead of his upcoming race, jokingly asking if there were any updates on his future. He expressed that there were no particular news at the moment, but expected to know more in a few hours. Di Giannantonio has been performing well recently, achieving five consecutive top-10 finishes, but will make way for Marc Marquez at Gresini next year. He had hoped to secure a Honda ride, but Luca Marini seems to be the frontrunner for that seat. Rumors suggest Di Giannantonio may be interested in a VR46 Ducati seat, but he downplayed a recent trip to Italy, stating that it was merely for personal reasons. He acknowledged that Moto2 rider Fermin Aldeguer could be VR46’s preferred choice. He described the series of events as a domino effect, starting with Marquez’s unexpected move and now potentially leaving him without a seat for 2024.