Suzuki intends to withdraw from MotoGP, Dorna Sports officially warns – Dorna Sports as promoter MotoGPofficially made a statement after Suzuki It is rumored that he will quit MotoGP at the end of the 2022 season.

Shocking news came from one of the MotoGP factory teams, Suzuki, on Monday (2/5/2022).

Suzuki reportedly will no longer compete in the MotoGP World Championship starting next season or 2023.

This report emerged precisely after the post-race test session at the Jerez Circuit, Spain.

Reported from The Racethe decision came from Suzuki’s headquarters in Japan which was then communicated to the staff residing in Spain.

Read also: Spanish MotoGP Results 2022: Bagnaia wins first win after beating Quartararo

This is not the first time Suzuki, one of the lowest-budget teams on the grid, has taken action to exit MotoGP.

At the end of the 2011 season, they stopped dramatically despite having recruited drivers for the following year.

At that time, the Japanese manufacturer pulled out of MotoGP due to the global financial crisis.

still from The RaceSuzuki’s decision is claimed to be due to a similar problem following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Read also: 2022 MotoGP standings after the Spanish GP: Quartararo survives at the top, Bagnaia breaks into the top 5

This surprising news surfaced even though Suzuki had actually extended a new contract with Dorna Sports.

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