'I don't know' - Jorge Martin opens up about his possible promotion to factory Ducati in 2025

Amid the ongoing MotoGP season, there is a lot of rumours about the future of Jorge Martin. The Parmac rider is allegedly looking for a seat in any factory team, especially at Ducati.

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Amid the ongoing MotoGP season, there are a lot of rumours about the future of Jorge Martin. The Parmac rider is allegedly looking for a seat in any factory team, especially at Ducati. However, in a recent media interaction with Sky Italia Martin opened up about all rumours and how he handles them. 

You're also handling all the rumours about your future very well,” he was told by Sky Italia. "Yes, but for me this isn't pressure. I had pressure when I was a rookie and if I didn't win I risked losing the possibility of riding a motorbike”, Martin answered the question. 

Let's say I did a good amount of training in the past... Of course, I would like to already have a clear idea of ​​my future, but in the end, good things take time and we have to wait a bit."

‘I don’t know’, Jorge Martin on factory Ducati future!

Further speaking about his chances to get a promotion from a satellite team to join Factory Ducati next year Jorge Martin said, "Unfortunately I don't know, I'd like to tell you. “I think it's not long now, everything should be decided within these two races. But I don't think that much will change for me: in Barcelona or at Mugello you will always see the same rider on the track.”

Notably, Martin finds himself entangled in fierce competition for the official Ducati seat alongside Bagnaia in the 2025 MotoGP rider lineup. He is contending with Enea Bastianini, who currently holds third place in the championship, and Marc Marquez, positioned fourth.

Martin is currently the rider in top form, engaging in an epic battle with Bagnaia and Marquez. Despite Marquez's spectacular late pass on Bagnaia stealing the limelight at Le Mans last weekend, it was Martin who showcased dominance throughout the weekend. The Pramac rider has surged ahead, leading reigning champion Pecco Bagnaia by 38 points after five rounds.

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