The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the world of sport to adapt to ensure its survival through various structural and financial rethinks to mitigate the financial disaster COVID-19 has wrought across the globe.
In recent weeks, Formula 1 has elected to get radical with its thinking to keep costs as low as possible. This manifested itself in such ideas as delaying its 2021 rules overhaul by a year and freezing current chassis for a two-season cycle. Reducing the impending cost cap has also been agreed in principal - though by how much remains a sticking point between teams.
MotoGP has been no different. The manufacturers' association has held talks to propose cost-saving measures to take to the Grand Prix Commission for review and approval.