- While his plans to return to the MotoGP grid in Barcelona has so far been scuppered by the indefinite pause on racing, Jorge Lorenzo has hinted it wouldn’t necessarily be a one-off wildcard. He also wants to race at Misano – where has previously been quick – and at Motegi too. His chances for both are high when you consider Misano event precedes a one-day test, while Motegi is of course Yamaha’s home event. (Cadenasr)

- Dani Pedrosa has given an insight into his former MotoGP rivals, revealing Valentino Rossi doesn’t race on because he ‘likes it’ but because he is eager to win at all costs. He also describes his most recent team-mate Marc Marquez as a ‘special’ talent, while Casey Stoner was an ‘animal’ who could be quick on any circuit (AS)

- Though Carmelo Ezpeleta has dismissed the notion of combining MotoGP and WorldSBK events in order to get both championships completed this year, Genesio Bevilacqua – team boss of 2011 WorldSBK champions Althea Racing – feels it is the only way to keep the WorldSBK series functioning until restrictions are eased (GPOne.com)

- Jack Miller’s manager Aki Ajo has emphasised the Australian remains a free agent for the 2021 MotoGP season but adds his preferred choice is to remain with Ducati. The 25-year old is currently competing with the satellite Pramac Racing team and has made it clear he is chasing a factory Ducati ride for 2021 but could be willing to look around if he doesn’t secure a promotion. (Speedweek)

- While his rivals have been busily perfecting their skills on the MotoGP 20 game in preparation for the next #StayAtHome GP, Valentino Rossi is still keeping himself well practised on four wheels. He even went head-to-head on the Assetto Corsa game with Ferrari F1 star Charles Leclerc but contact between the two sent him off at Abbey



Now I’m ready for all the challenges! Thanks guys for the new Rig

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