Organisers have claimed this year's MotoGP season will only be cancelled as a "last resort" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Dorna Sports, who took over the running of the MotoGP Championships in 1991, released a statement regarding this year's season.
The statement also concerned the 2020 Superbike World Championship season.
A number of events have been postponed or rescheduled due to the pandemic, which has now infected more than 1.6 million people world wide and killed more than 100,000 people.
This includes the MotoGP season opener in Qatar which had been scheduled for March 8.
"Our number one focus has always been and will remain on trying to run the 2020 season with as many Grands Prix as possible, finishing within the 2020 calendar year," the Dorna Sports statement said.
"However, we will always act in line with health and safety advice from Governments and relevant health authorities.
"If the pandemic continues to put our lives and sport on hold for longer than any of us are able to anticipate and travel restrictions remain in place, only as a last resort would Dorna Sports ever consider discussing cancellation of the 2020 season with the International Motorcycling Federation, International Road Racing Teams Association and the Motorcycle Sport Manufacturers Association.
"Our number one focus for WorldSBK is likewise trying to run the 2020 season with as many rounds as possible once it is safe to do so.
"The priority of all parties involved is to race, safely, and bring our fans more of what they love - motorcycle racing."