The 2023 MotoGP grid will shrink by two bikes following the shock decision by Suzuki to end its racing project at the end of the year.
This put the rider market into chaos with two top riders in Alex Rins and Joan Mir being put onto the radars of teams and manufacturers yet to firm up their squads.
As of the Aragon Grand Prix, all seats for the 2023 season have been secured.
Here is the 2023 rider line-up so far:
#20 Fabio Quartararo - has a two-year contract taking him through to the end of 2024.
#21 Franco Morbidelli - signed a two-year deal with Yamaha in September of 2021 taking him through to the end of 2023.
#12 Maverick Vinales - has a two-year contract taking him through to the end of 2024.
#41 Aleix Espargaro - has a two-year contract taking him through to the end of 2024.
#93 Marc Marquez - Despite his injury woes and his absence from the 2020 season, Marquez signed a four-year contract to remain with Honda through to the end of 2024 at the start of 2020.
#36 Joan Mir - The 2020 world champion has signed a two-year deal with Honda's factory squad, which was announced prior to the San Marino GP.
#63 Francesco Bagnaia - has a two-year deal taking him through to the end of 2024.
#23 Enea Bastianini - The three-time race winner will be promoted from Gresini to the factory squad on a two-year deal, after Ducati elected to pick him over Jorge Martin.
#49 Fabio Di Giannantonio - has a one-year contract taking him through to the end of 2023.
#73 Alex Marquez - has a one-year contract taking him through to the end of 2023.
#42 Alex Rins - has a two-year contract directly with Honda to race with LCR through to the end of 2024.
#30 Takaaki Nakagami - has a one-year deal to remain with LCR for 2023.
#5 Johann Zarco - will continue with Pramac in 2023.
#89 Jorge Martin - signed a factory deal with Ducati to remain with Pramac after the Italian marque elected to promote Bastianini to its factory squad.
RNF Racing Aprilia:
#88 - Miguel Oliveira has signed a two-year deal with Aprilia to join RNF.
#25 - Raul Fernandez has signed a two-year deal with Aprilia to join RNF. Both riders will have 2022-spec RS-GPs.
#10 Luca Marini - Has signed a one-year extension to remain with VR46 for 2023
#72 Marco Bezzecchi - Signed a two-year deal before his rookie season to take him through to the end of 2023
#44 Pol Espargaro - Signed a two-year contract to return to Tech3 and KTM for 2023, with the team to be rebranded as GasGas - one of the brands owned by KTM - though the bike the outfit will run will be a factory KTM RC16.
#37 Augusto Fernandez - The Moto2 frontrunner has signed a deal to join Tech3 for 2023.