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MotoGP: Alex Rins And Joan Mir In Talks With Honda

Suzuki shocked the racing world when it announced its plans of pulling out of the MotoGP after the end of the 2022 season. With two of the racing series most talented riders donning Suzuki leathers, it goes without saying that what the future holds for both Alex Rins and Joan Mir is an extremely debated topic. Speculation concerning the two riders' futures has been going around, but it's now confirmed that Honda is looking like a prospect.
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Joan Mir: Suzuki has made "clear" step in MotoGP qualifying

One-lap pace has been a key problem for the Suzuki duo in the past, with Mir and team-mate Alex Rins only scoring two front row starts in 2021. Suzuki ended Friday in Qatar fastest of all, with Rins first and Mir third, and looked to have made a step in time attack mode.
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Very Artsy News: Mayor Turner, Joan Miró and More

THE year is off to an artful start as we close out the final week of January. The Mayor won a national award, Bad Bunny announced three Texas tour dates and Fresh Arts Pop Up Auction is live through January 29. Keep an eye out for updates on COVID-related performance cancellations and postponements.

Watch Alex Rins And Joan Mir Try Out The New Suzuki Hayabusa

Few other motorcycles in recent memory have stirred up as much hype as the recently revised Suzuki Hayabusa. The motorcycle that was largely responsible for the boom in performance in the 90s through to the 2000s had certainly long been overdue for a refresh. With the speed wars long gone, and Kawasaki holding on to the crown of fastest production motorcycle for a long time now, just how would the new Hayabusa stack up against the competition?
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Joan Mir: 2021 MotoGP title out of reach after British GP

The Suzuki rider recovered from 11th on the grid to run strongly inside the top six early in the race and was running a pace that threatened a podium charge. But while team-mate Alex Rins went on to secure second, Mir faded to ninth at the chequered flag as he encountered an issue with his soft front tyre.

MotoGP Sparks Fly Between World Champion Joan Mir And Jack Miller

When you’re a MotoGP-level racer, you’re constantly pushing the limits of yourself, your machine, the track, and everything else. Whatever combination of skills, talent, and training got you there, every race is a chance to prove just how good you, your machine, and your team are. Tensions are high, and elbow-to-elbow racing is a given.