MotoGP signs four-year truck supplier deal with Iveco

Automaker to provide 14 vehicles for series use until end of 2026 season.

Dorna Sports, rights holder of the MotoGP championship, has confirmed Iveco as the series’ official truck supplier on a four-year deal.


  • Iveco to supply 13 trucks and one light commercial vehicle (LCV) for series transportation purposes
  • Deal starts this season, runs up until the end of the 2026 season
  • All vehicles to be styled in a white livery exclusively designed for MotoGP

Context: This represents a return for the Italian marque as a MotoGP partner, but the brand is already a supplier to two teams this season, with deals agreed with both Honda Repsol and VR46 Racing Team.

Comment: Marc Saurina, head of global commercial partnerships at Dorna Sports, said: “As we head into the biggest year yet for the sport, launching the new fleet in Portimao began the partnership in style. We know Iveco will provide the high level of reliable service required for this blockbuster new era, sharing the values and commitment that make MotoGP what it is – one of the greatest spectacles in sport. As part of this agreement, we also welcome Iveco to our corporate hospitality area, enabling them to offer worldwide MotoGP Hospitality Experiences in order to engage with different markets and make the most of this partnership with one of the world’s biggest motorsports.”

Coming next: Following the reveal of the new fleet at the season-opening race in Portimão, Portugal, MotoGP returns for its second race of the season in Termas de Río Hondo, Argentina.

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