Suzuki’s Latest Move Shocking MotoGP World

Just two days before the race in France, Suzuki officially announced that they would be leaving MotoGP. The Japanese manufacturer told Dorna Sports about the termination of the contract.  Suzuki will not join the MotoGP grid next year. The news quickly evoked a variety of reactions, some sad and others saying that Suzuki’s retirement could stain MotoGP’s face. 

Of course, the sad reaction comes from two current Suzuki riders,  Joan Mir and Alex Rins. Rinse reportedly cried when he heard Suzuki’s decision. Meanwhile, Mir was angry because he had no previous conversation. Suzuki’s resignation is seen as a sudden decision. But the two drivers don’t want to be burdened with Suzuki’s decision. They will fulfill their duties as Suzuki riders until the end of the season. 

“I feel pretty good. At the moment I’m focused on the race. But I think it’s very difficult to forget or push the reality. But I  try to focus,” Motorsport said. Ruins quoted by .com says. Meanwhile, Joan Mir told Mir that such riots were imminent at any time of the year. But racers don’t have time to think about it. “That’s normal. Private and professional need to be separated. We are a good team. 

The atmosphere is not much different than before. We will finish this season to the maximum. ” However, racers from other teams hated the decision to retire from Suzuki. As  Yamaha racer Franco Morbidelli revealed, there were many things, said. It was sacrificed, including dyeing the name of MotoGP itself. 

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“I don’t think this news is good for sports, especially MotoGP. It’s not positive. There will be a lot of professionals losing their jobs,” he said. “Suzuki is a good team and very strong, but I’m not sure about the situation at Dorna Sports. It’s hard to understand. It’s a bad continuation of Suzuki’s history. 

Meanwhile, Ducati Racer Jack Miller found Suzuki’s decision to retire from MotoGP strange. Suzuki resigned when he had the best bike. Miller also regrets that about 50 employees lose their jobs. 

“I was surprised to hear this news. It’s unfortunate and strange. Because they have the best bikes of the season, “Miller explained. 

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“Suzuki currently has good drivers, and now they need to look for new jobs, not to mention the 50 or so team members who have to find jobs to support their families. That’s a bad decision.  MotoGP will be even more exciting when three Japanese manufacturers, Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki, compete. 

Perhaps Suzuki is a good team for riders. But if they don’t become world champions, it’s not good for the business. The shortage of fans and the never-increasing results will gradually affect the sales of Suzuki motorcycles in the market.

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