Suzuki Team Boss confirms his exit from MotoGP » FirstSportz

Suzuki boss Livio Suppo
Livio Suppo

Suzuki will no longer continue his MotoGP campaign in the next season of the championship in 2023. The Japanese brand published this decision right after last month Spanish Grand Prix with an official statement that surprised many motorsport enthusiasts. The reasons they gave for their exit from MotoGP were that they faced some financial constraints and they also noticed a change in market trends in recent years.

Following the announcement, Dorna Sports came into the picture who had a deal with Suzuki stating they would be in MotoGP until 2026. At the French Grand Prix, it was clarified that Dorna Sports and Suzuki had resolved the matter and the decision to pull the plug on Suzuki’s MotoGP campaign still exists.

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The Suzuki team boss says there’s no way the team would compete in MotoGP 2023

Suzuki's Livio Suppo
Livio Suppo

Whenever a team pulls the plug on their campaign at a motorsport event, a lot of things change around the paddocks. The people who were employed under Suzuki would now be unemployed, and the racers who were signed to Suzuki – Alex Rins and Joan Mir – would have had to find new places with other teams. Now Suzuki team boss Livio Suppo has been asked for his opinion on whether fans would be seeing Suzuki at any point after the end of the current 2022 season.

Livio Suppo said: “I mean, Suzuki has officially confirmed it won’t be racing next year. Then the negotiations with Dorna will start, which is not my job. So I can’t say anything about that.

He further explained: “But nothing has changed for sure. There is no chance of having Suzuki here next year.

Effective immediately, Suzuki racer Joan Mir will join Marc Marquez on the Honda Factory Racing Team and Alex Rins is close to finalizing a deal with Honda’s satellite team LCR to replace Alex Marquez’ place.

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