The winners and losers of MotoGP's reshuffle

The winners and losers of MotoGP's reshuffle

More than half of the MotoGP grid is a new face in a new place this season. Some have starred, but others need to knuckle down and do better

Fitting in can be tough, especially if you're a high-profile sportsperson. That's the situation more than half of the riders on the MotoGP grid find themselves in this year, with 12 of the 23 in new surroundings following a winter of massive change.

As ever, some have found their new homes more comfortable than others. There have been surprise packets, highs, lows, disappointments and everything in between since 2017 unofficially started with testing at Valencia last November, but especially from the time everybody rolled out for the Qatar season opener in March.

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