MotoGP Sepang Tests: What is Suzuki preparing for us? – MotoGP

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The Sepang testing in Malaysia is fast approaching and it has been long anticipated to get an idea of ​​what the 2021 MotoGP season will look like. There are 21 Grands Prix on the calendar, making this vintage the longest in world championship history. In 2020, the world’s first title was won after that by a Suzuki rider who was unable to keep his crown in 2021. This is a Joan Mir who expects a great effort from his employers on the GSX-RR. Otherwise he will go elsewhere…

in ‘s house Suzuki, will the 2020 season have been the exception that confirms the rule that the Hamamatsu company limits itself only to the role of an outsider? Joan Miro and Alex Rins hope not, but resources still seem just as limited, with in particular a team manager post still vacant, while the GSX-RRs two remain on the track, without the support and inspiration of a satellite structure. Last year, the GSX-RR failed to keep pace and failed to take a win or pole position. Miro saved what could be saved, with 6 of the 7 stages occupied by the brand, while rinses was no more than an extra.

Suzuki and Sepang: “our milestone from 2020 to 2021 was not as big as a year earlier

Suzuki finished third behind Ducati and Yamaha for much of the 2021 season. What are the 2020 World Championship team plans for the new season? ” Our efforts to achieve better performance have never stopped in recent years “, said Shinichi Sahara. In this context, the MotoGP project manager at Suzuki also admits to Motorsport total: “ to be fair, our milestone from 2020 to 2021 was not as big as a year earlier. Sometimes it’s like to improve performance for the new season “.

So the discourse is not very exciting or mobilizing, but with Suzuki, we often prefer to answer on the job. Like with Yamaha, an effort on engine power and top speed is expected. To start with Miro, who reconnected with Honda

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