Despite leaving Yamaha for Ducati at the end of 2010, Valentino Rossi will still take part in Monday's post-race test session at Brno.
The test is the last before the end of the racing season, and traditionally used to evaluate ideas for next year's motorcycles.
Since he is leaving Yamaha, Rossi is unlikely to be given the chance to try any 2011 M1 parts and will concentrate on trying to understand why he could only manage an off-form fifth in Sunday's race.
"Today we just weren't as fast and I couldn't stay with the leaders," said Rossi on Sunday. "We are sad but tomorrow we will have the chance to test and try to understand what went wrong today, which will help us to be in better shape in Indianapolis."
"Tomorrow will be a good opportunity for us to improve and work towards our target of a good end to the season," added team manager Davide Brivio.
Rossi's team-mate and title leader Jorge Lorenzo, who will soon announce a new Yamaha contract, is expected to test the 2011 parts.