“I’m not coming back to Ducati in MotoGP. They chose to go in a different way,” said Hayden during Thursday’s press conference from California’s Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
As of now Hayden doesn’t have a ride lined up in any series but hopes to stay in MotoGP next season.
“This is the biggest show in the world,” Hayden said. “But I don’t want to just stay here on a bike and try and get a point here and there. I’m going to take in all the options, weigh em’ out, see which one I’m most excited about and see what one sounds like the most fun. If that be MotoGP sure… but I’m not sure Repsol is going to come knocking on my door for one of those spots [laughs].”
“I do have a couple of good options that are interesting,” he continued. “I still love racing bikes and still think I’ve got a lot to give.”