Pramac is a satellite team that young riders rely on to be promoted to the factory Ducati team.
Some of the riders are under direct contracts with Ducati which gives the Italian manufacturer complete control over the future of the riders rider.
Even though the new season hasn’t started yet, Campinoti wants his team structure to remain unchanged because he sees cohesiveness and complementarity, especially in the racer area.
However, there are rumors that Zarco’s current position is not safe because he has not shown consistency.
On the other hand, Martin’s impressive appearance in the 2021 season is predicted to be the main choice if Ducati wants to make changes to one of its seats in 2023.
The Spaniard also insisted he deserved to be part of the factory team to fight for the title.
However, the history made by reaching eight podiums, including one win, five pole position, and the two fastest laps, plus the title Rookie of the Year 2021, making it very difficult for Campinoti to let go of Zarco and Martin.
“It will not be easy, but keeping the structure unchanged, we will try hard to try,” Campinoti said in an interview with The Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Those who arrived in our team followed a natural path towards a possible move to the factory Ducati team.
“Jorge has the cards in his hands to achieve this, but considering at the same time I believe Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller have everything to prove to Ducati.
“My dream is to keep Martin and Zarco with us in 2023.”
As is known, Ducati will field eight motorbikes in MotoGP 2022 by having two motorcycles rookie who will go down with Gresini and Team VR46.
Whereas in 2023, many seats are available on Ducati, including the factory team, which many riders will fight for.
Pecco has a great chance to stay with the factory Ducati team, while Jack Miller could return to Pramac Racing or switch to another racing event.
The reason is, Enea Bastianini will struggle to get the best seat to achieve his goals in MotoGP.
Jorge Martin, Pramac Racing
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