- Aprilia technical director Romano Albesiano believes “every team manager would want Andrea Iannone as a rider” following speculation around a potential return to Pramac. Iannone is currently serving an 18-month anti-doping ban which he is set to protest at the Court of Arbitration for Sport. (GPOne.com)

- Jack Miller reveals he was fined by Honda for his ‘shoey’ celebration after repeating it a post-race party following his victory at the 2016 Dutch TT when racing for Marc VDS Honda. (AS.com via BT Sport)

- Lucio Cecchinello says Cal Crutchlow won’t want to retire at the end of this season given the unusual situation caused by the coronavirus crisis and he also feels this sentiment will apply to the likes of Valentino Rossi and other riders who were considering leaving the sport. (La Gazzetta Dello Sport via AS.com)

- FIM President Jorge Viegas says combining MotoGP and World Superbike race weekends remains an option but seems unlikely given the commercial and manufacturer contracts in place. (motomatters.com via FIM)

- Suzuki duo Alex Rins and Joan Mir provide a video update on what they’ve been up to during the shutdown period. (Suzuki)

- The Repsol Honda MotoGP team sends birthday wishes to new rider Alex Marquez as he turns 24, including team-mate and older brother Marc. (Repsol Honda)

- Danilo Petrucci believes Marc Marquez is staying at Honda to try to break every MotoGP record and doesn’t see him leaving the Japanese manufacturer in the future. (GPOne.com)

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