Dixon joins the previously-announced Xavi Vierge in an expanded two-bike line-up for the Malaysian team in the intermediate class, moving across from the Angel Nieto squad.

The Englishman has endured a tough debut season in grand prix racing on the KTM, having scored points only once in 13 attempts. The ex-British frontrunner will make the transition to Kalex machinery for his sophomore Moto2 season.

“The British Championship is extremely competitive, so for him to win races in his first full season and finish second the following year there shows his potential.

“We’ve been taken by Jake’s talent and application in his first year of Moto2.”

The Angel Nieto team announced earlier this week it had signed current MotoGP rider Hafizh Syahrin to partner Moto3 graduate Aron Canet for 2020.

2020 Moto2 grid so far:

Marc VDS

Spain Alex Marquez

United Kingdom Sam Lowes

Pons Racing

Italy Lorenzo Baldassarri

Spain Augusto Fernandez

Ajo Motorsport

Spain Iker Lecuona

Spain Jorge Martin

Speed Up

Spain Jorge Navarro

Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio

Intact GP

Switzerland Tom Luthi

Germany Marcel Schrotter

SAG Racing

Australia Remy Gardner

Japan Tetsuta Nagashima


Spain Xavi Vierge

United Kingdom Jake Dixon


Italy Enea Bastianini

Italy Lorenzo Dalla Porta

Team VR46

Italy Luca Marini

Italy Marco Bezzecchi

Angel Nieto Team

Spain Aron Canet

Malaysia Hafizh Syahrin

American Racing

Spain Marcos Ramirez


RW Racing

Switzerland Jesko Raffin

Netherlands Bo Bendsneyder

Gresini Racing

Italy Nicolo Bulega


Team Asia

Thailand Somkiat Chantra


MV Agusta (Forward Racing)




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