- Fabio Quartararo says he has “several options” for his MotoGP future but currently isn’t thinking further ahead than next season with Petronas Yamaha. The breakthrough rider of 2019 is tipped to be one of the hottest properties in the MotoGP rider market next year with Ducati speculated as interested in the French rider. (Marca)

- Aprilia team boss Massimo Rivola is targeting an ‘official’ factory team and a satellite squad in MotoGP from 2022. Aprilia currently runs its two-bike team in partnership with Gresini Racing which runs until the end of 2021. (Speedweek)

- Valentino Rossi says he must decide soon on his own MotoGP future and whether he will continue to race beyond 2020. The 40-year-old has confirmed once he retires from two-wheel racing he will switch to car racing and is already targeting the Le Mans 24 Hours, the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps and the 24 Hours of Nurburgring. (Marca)

- Jorge Lorenzo attends Honda’s Thanks Day as part of his goodbye having retired from MotoGP. The five-time world champion was presented with gifts from HRC including a signed photo of his final race from his team. (AS.com)

- Jack Miller keeps sharp during the winter break by competing in the North Brisbane Cup flat track event. (Twitter)

- While the Red Bull KTM riders take part in a training regime at the Athlete Performance Centre in Thalgau, Austria. Pol Espargaro, Brad Binder and Iker Lecuona were joined by Tetsuta Nagashima Deniz Oncu, Ayumu Sasaki, Raul Fernandez and Kaito Toba working on weight training and reaction tests. (Red Bull Content Pool)