MotoGP: News Reports Say Suzuki Is Quitting

MotoGP: News Reports Say Suzuki Is Quitting

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By Michael Gougis

Suzuki is set to end its involvement in MotoGP at the end of the season, multiple media outlets are reporting.

Team members were told of the decision today during the post-race test at Jerez, reports indicated.

The decision would leave 2020 MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir and Alex Rins without rides for next season, although Mir already has been linked to the Repsol Honda seat of Pol Espargaro.

Suzuki ran a single bike for Alvaro Bautista in 2011 and pulled out of MotoGP for three years afterward, returning in 2015 with Maverick Vinales and Aleix Espargaro. In 2020, Mir won the rider’s title and Suzuki finished third in the manufacturers championship, as it did in 2021.

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