Prior to beginning of 2015 British Grand Prix a few rider's contract details have been cleared. Surprisingly there is good news for two of the popular faces in MotoGP, who hail from Britain.
Cal Crutchlow, who rides for LCR Honda will continue to ride for them in 2016 MotoGP Championship. He has an option of continuing in 2017 as well, which depends solely by himself.
Scott Redding is currently part of the Marc VDS MotoGP team and is their sole rider. He has decided to leave the team and join Pramac Ducati, where he will be replacing Yonny Hernandez.
Currently there is now news as to where Yonny Hernandez goes from here. There are rumours going around that he could be Ducati's official test rider from 2016 onwards, making a few wildcard entries.
Marc VDS team will continue competing in MotoGP 2016 Championship. They are most likely to promote their 2014 Moto2 Champion, Tito Rabat to the premier class of two-wheeler racing.
Moto3 Championship leader Danny Kent is also planning to leap into MotoGP 2016 Championship. MotoGP riders like Rossi, Iannone and several others have suggested that he go through Moto2 prior to making the bigger move.