- Following the MotoGP technical rule revisions to freeze engine and aerodynamic development for the 2020 and 2021 seasons, Ducati chief Gigi Dall’Igna’s suggestion to cut back to a one bike per rider system has been rejected by the rest of the MotoGP teams. (AS.com)

- Michelin tyre boss Piero Taramasso has called for greater clarity on the reshuffled 2020 MotoGP calendar to give his team more time to sufficiently prepare the correct tyres for the opening races. (GPOne.com)

- IRTA has sent a letter to all MotoGP team managers asking for lists on the number of personnel needed to run a skeleton team, which would include no hospitality, marketing or media, in the event of races taking place without spectators. MotoGP officials are weighing up all options to start the 2020 season, including running races behind closed doors, if it can be permitted under existing health measures amid the coronavirus crisis. (GPOne.com)

- Maverick Vinales remains confident about being able to fight for the MotoGP world title with Yamaha if the 2020 season can get underway later this year. (La Gazzetta Dello Sport)

- Valentino Rossi offers a tour of his VR46 Ranch and explains why he trains on dirt track riding to help him improve in MotoGP. (Monster Energy)



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