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Joan Mir reckons that a substantial improvement to either Suzuki's qualifying pace or its top speed can make it a victory contender in all the MotoGP races in 2020.
Suzuki's Alex Rins topped a damp third MotoGP practice at Aragon, having been one of only three riders to use slick tyres during the session.
Yamaha and Ducati have so far failed to break Honda and Marc Marquez's stranglehold on MotoGP. Can an underdog marque with a different approach and a youth philosophy do what they couldn’t?
British Grand Prix winner Alex Rins says he was nearly left to rue a “very big mistake” in the race, as he lost track of the number of laps during his fight with Marc Marquez.
An “angry” Pol Espargaro wants MotoGP to address “dangerous” situations created by the presence of replacement riders, after he was baulked by Sylvain Guintoli in Friday practice at Silverstone.
Suzuki rider Joan Mir will sit out this weekend’s MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix to continue recovery from minor injuries sustained in a high-speed crash during the Brno test.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Joan Mir will remain in hospital overnight following his high-speed test crash during Monday's post-Czech Grand Prix test.
Alex Rins says his Suzuki MotoGP bike gave him "no warning at all" about the crash that cost him second place in the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring.
Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci says he was angered by MotoGP rival Joan Mir's “strange” behaviour in qualifying for the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring.
Suzuki MotoGP test rider Sylvain Guintoli says the current version of the GSX-RR bike owes a lot to the “countermeasures” developed by the team during its torrid 2017 campaign.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins believes he could have mounted a challenge for his second MotoGP victory of 2019 in Barcelona had he not gotten stuck behind Ducati's Danilo Petrucci.
Andrea Dovizioso says his Ducati teammate Danilo Petrucci lacked self-belief earlier in his MotoGP career, and feels Petrucci's breakthrough is down to understanding his strengths.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins admits he felt disappointed to finish fourth at Mugello, having had “rhythm to win the race” despite starting only 13th.
Karel Abraham was left “really upset” by the synchronised crash on the formation lap of the French Grand Prix, in which he fell and was hit by Joan Mir's Suzuki.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins' current “strongest point” is the lack of pressure to compete out front in MotoGP week in, week out, according to rival Marc Marquez.
Alex Rins says he was amused by the footage of a marshal at Jerez taking a minor component from his Suzuki MotoGP bike at the end of the Spanish Grand Prix.