Barca boss: Lewandowski "A machine gun"
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Eight MotoGP races will still contest Suzuki. Then it is over and the shop is closed. Since the team was informed about this decision at the Monday test in Jerez in early May, there have been failures, injuries and disappointments.
The fourth place from Joan Mir in Barcelona has been by far the best individual result. "It was difficult," the world champion from 2020 told the English version of 'Motorsport.com'. "After the unexpected news in Jerez, something in the team has changed."
"A little the harmony. This is normal. You didn't say: 'Okay Joan, we won't go on next year.' You said that to everyone. This is difficult for many to manage and accept. "
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"The atmosphere has certainly changed a bit. It is difficult mentally because it is difficult to find motivation. It was super easy beforehand. Now it is more difficult. And if you still have problems with the motorcycle. It's from something. "
This year the Suzuki GSX-RR has become faster on the straight line. Rins won the only Suzuki platforms in Argentina and the United States. "At the beginning of the season", his explanation starts, "I said that it takes time to understand the new motorcycle." © provided by Motorsport.com JOAN MIR
This year, the ex-world champion did not achieve a single podium
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"I also had to understand how I have to adjust to the new motorcycle to get the maximum out . I expected that this will take a few races. But I didn't assume that it will take half the season. "
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"The exit did not do this situation better. But maybe we will create this click in the second half of the season, which is two tenths." Because the engineers had to develop a completely new coordination for the motorcycle.
explains to me: "If you find so much more top speed, you have to adapt everything else so that it is in the correct position. It is always so. If you improve something, another aspect gets worse."
"I am still convinced that it is the best package that we have ever had. But we have to work on it. The motivation is that we conquer great results. Not only for me, but with it the team can celebrate together and the rest Season enjoys. "
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