Having seen a planned Aspar MotoGP move fall through, World Superbike star Loris Baz is seeking an alternative 2015 ride.

Baz had a signed preliminary agreement with Aspar, which the Frenchman and his management believed gave Baz the Open class Honda providing Scott Redding (and a Factory RC213V) did not join the team by September 15.

While Redding is confirmed at Marc VDS, Aspar have raised concerns about Baz's height and fellow WSBK rider Eugene Laverty is now expected to be announced at the team for 2015.

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21-year-old Baz's remaining MotoGP options would include the undecided seats at Pramac Ducati and Forward Yamaha.

It is not clear if Baz could opt to put his grand prix dream on hold and remain with Kawasaki in WSBK next year - Jonathan Rea being hotly tipped to take over the seat alongside reigning champion Tom Sykes.