What you might have missed from Thursday in Assen

With the summer break around the corner, talks of the 2024 grid are in full swing

The Motul TT Assen track action is just around the corner and there were some big talking points after Thursday's build-up. Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) gave the latest on his physical condition as well as where his future lies, as talks of a Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo) MotoGP™ call-up were discussed during Thursday's press conference.

Just in case you missed any of the action from the build-up to what promises to be an exciting weekend of racing, then don’t worry – we’ve compiled all of the main topics right here:

- WATCH: Last on the Brakes with Wilco Zeelenberg | MotoGP™ Podcast

Wilco Zeelenberg, Cryptodata RNF MotoGP™ Team Manager sits with Fran Wylde on today's MotoGP Podcast

- MUST-SEE: Marc Marquez addresses Honda exit rumours

The HRC star also offered a fitness update after withdrawing from the German GP, while questions about his future continue to linger

- WATCH: "Do your job, don't complain about the motorcycle" - Miller

Standing by his fiery comments after the German GP, the Aussie explained his reasoning and again took aim at some of his rivals

- WATCH: Miller: "I said it about Marc... but also other riders"

The Australian revealed who his strong post-German GP comments were directed towards and remains steadfast in his belief

- WATCH: Acosta: Moto2™ is not an option for me next year

The Spaniard reaffirms his intention to step up to MotoGP™, and KTM must find a solution with four fast riders already on their books

- WATCH: A. Fernandez: Congrats Pedro, but I deserve to be in MotoGP™

The GASGAS Tech3 rider stated his confidence that he'll share the track with the Moto2™ sensation in 2024, and not lose his seat to him

- WATCH: Jorge Martin all but confirms where he will ride in 2024

The Prima Pramac rider has been linked to several MotoGP™ seats, and it seems the Spaniard has made his choice for 2024

- WATCH: "I want to win a race before Acosta comes to MotoGP™"

Jack Miller, Marc Marquez and Johann Zarco discuss the pending arrival of the Moto2™ star to the premier class, which looks set for 2024

- WATCH: Ducati confirm Gresini plans and number of bikes for 2024

Paolo Ciabatti, Ducati Sporting Director, has provided an update on negotiations with the team's contract up at the end of the campaign