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Suzuki Finally Announces Decision to Pull Out of MotoGP and World Endurance Championship (EWC)
This has been news for what seems like months, but Suzuki finally issued an official statement this week that they are pulling out of MotoGP and the EWC at the end of 2022.
News of Suzuki’s plan to leave the premier class emerged in the wake of May’s Spanish MotoGP when team members were informed of the shock call during a post-weekend test. The decision comes less than two years after clinching the MotoGP World Championship title with Joan Mir.
Toshihiro Suzuki, Representative Director and President: “Suzuki has decided to end the participation of MotoGP and EWC in the face of the need to re-allocate resources on other initiatives for sustainability. Motorcycle racing has always been a challenging place for technological innovation, including sustainability, and human resource development. This decision means that we will take on the challenge to build the new motorcycle business operation by redirecting the technological capabilities and human resources we have cultivated through the motorcycle racing activities to investigate other routes for a sustainable society.
“I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all our fans, riders and all stakeholders who joined us and enthusiastically supported us from the development stage since we returned to MotoGP racing.
“I will continue to do my best to support Alex Rins, Joan Mir, Team SUZUKI ECSTAR and YOSHIMURA SERT MOTUL to compete competitively until the end of the season.
“Thank you for your kind support.”
What does this mean for the brand? I honestly have no clue.
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