Dixon got here to Moto2 in 2019 having beforehand been a race winner in British Superbikes, and scored his maiden grand prix victory on the Dutch GP in June.
Over the MotoGP summer season break, he turned linked with a possible step to the premier class and thinks “there’s nonetheless a few choices” for him, regardless of the out there rides already being earmarked for others.
Within the body for a Gresini MotoGP trip, Dixon has prioritised staying in Moto2 with Aspar ought to that not come to fruition and at present has no curiosity shifting to WSBK.
Requested by Autosport forward of the British GP if MotoGP was a practical possibility for 2024, Dixon stated: “I don’t know. I believe there are nonetheless a few choices.
“On the finish of the day, my dream is to go to MotoGP and be there. However, it must be proper and I have to be given the chance.
“If I get given one alternative to go, I’ll present what I can do. But when I’m to not go there…. I had curiosity in World Superbikes, nevertheless it’s not a factor [for me].
Jake Dixon, GASGAS Aspar Crew
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
“I’ve achieved all of the exhausting work right here, to change championships is senseless.
“So, if I’m to remain in Moto2 one other yr, so be it. It’s not that I don’t wish to try this, however my dream is to be in MotoGP.
“If I keep in Moto2, I really feel my loyalty is to this crew. I owe it to them as a result of they gave me the chance not as soon as however twice. That’s large.
“If the MotoGP factor doesn’t come off, then we have to intention to be not simply one-time world champion however twice in Moto2.”
Dixon is among the few riders in current instances to have made the step from manufacturing racing into the grand prix paddock and located success, however concedes the sacrifice was “large”.
“It might be too straightforward to take the World Superbike route as a result of we’re on these bikes anyway [in BSB],” he added.
“I’ve at all times dreamed of being in MotoGP and being right here. Once I received given the chance, that is how a lot I really feel like I backed myself. I went from incomes in all probability six figures to incomes nothing, for one yr coming right here.
“So, that’s how a lot I backed myself that I may make it work.
“When it wasn’t working and after 2019 I wished to give up as a result of I had the worst yr of my life.
“However these moments make you stronger and also you’ve received to again your self.
“There are occasions while you suppose ‘fuck, perhaps I ought to have stayed in BSB, taken the simple route’.
“However I’ve confirmed I can do it, I’m pretty much as good as all of them right here. I’ve received much less expertise perhaps than even Pedro [Acosta], he’s 19 and he’s been racing so long as I’ve been racing.”
Dixon endured a torrid British GP, wherein he crashed out on the opening lap after receiving a contact from Darryn Binder on the remaining nook.
He later raged to TNT Sport that Binder had “ruined my championship” and referred to as for him to be given a race ban.