Honda has admitted it is interested in poaching Jorge Lorenzo from MotoGP rival Yamaha.
Carmelo Ezpeleta has played down the chances of Honda quitting the series, insisting common ground can yet be found.
Valentino Rossi says three days of testing at Sepang were enough to convince him he has made significant strides over the winter.
Valentino Rossi's changed riding style has contributed to his lightning-quick pace at the Sepang MotoGP test.
Cal Crutchlow wrapped up his Sepang MotoGP test by saying he was encouraged by the progress made over the three days.
Marc Marquez has broken Casey Stoner's two year old outright Sepang lap record on the final day of testing at Sepang.
Marc Marquez continued his strong start to his MotoGP championship defence by topping testing again at Sepang.
Bridgestone's new generation of tyres have caused nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi some dfficulty in MotoGP testing.
Britain's Scott Redding is getting more and more comfortable on his Go&Fun Honda after two days of Motogp testing.
Marc Marquez began his MotoGP title defence by topping the first day of 2014 pre-season testing at Sepang in Malaysia.
Britain's Cal Crutchlow has found no huge leap forward between the works Ducati GP13 and GP14 MotoGP bikes.
Jorge Lorenzo says MotoGP's 2014 regulation changes have compromised Yamaha's bike and made it "difficult to control".
MotoGP's return to Argentina has been given an official green light after the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit passed final homologation checks.
Scott Redding is on his way to Spain for training ahead of the MotoGP tests in Sepang in a few weeks time.
Cal Crutchlow reckons there is truth in rumours of talks between Jorge Lorenzo and Ducati for the 2015 MotoGP season.
Jorge Lorenzo has denied he has agreed a Ducati deal for 2015 and says he wants to end his MotoGP career at Yamaha.
Former British Superbike champion Leon Camier is set to move into MotoGP next year with Ioda.
Ducati has recruited its long-time World Superbike team manager Davide Tardozzi for its MotoGP operation.
Ducati has refused to be drawn on speculation that it could radically change its strategy and run in MotoGP's new Open class.
Jorge Lorenzo has undergone further surgery on his badly-abused left collarbone to remove all the metalwork inserted.