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Have Suzuki Finally Developed A Ride-Height Device?

Suzuki have gone from being world champions last year to barely being in the midfield fight this year. One reason put forth by the Suzuki riders Joan Mir and Alex Rins for this has been a lack of a ride adjustor device which is something almost every other team on the grid possesses. It has clearly put them on the backfoot in 2021 especially during race starts and when accelerating out of corners before a straight. Suzuki’s Technical Manager Ken Kawauchi has now spoken about this in the latest issue of Suzuki’s official magazine

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Kawauchi began by speaking about their bike’s best characteristic

“Overall, we have a very balanced bike, it’s something that we have deliberately strived for throughout the development of the GSX RR. We know that if you improve one area you might lose in another”

He then added how they still need to improve

“So, we’ve always tried to make a very well-rounded machine which performs well at most circuits. Although we are satisfied with our 2021 bike, there are always improvements to be made”

He then stressed on the need for constant development

“The important thing is to keep the momentum; I believe that ‘constant development in the right direction’ is a winning philosophy in such a competitive championship. This long break in July allows us to make an in-depth analysis of where we are and implement new solutions that will hopefully be effective for the second half of the season”

He signed off by revealing that they have indeed developed a ride-height device

“And we believe the introduction of the squatting device will help our riders to progress. Being in such a demanding sport means that we are constantly called upon to develop new solutions that suit our machine”

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VR46 academy director Alessio Salucci is “excited. [He] would never have thought, in four or five years, of having a [VR46 academy] rider in teams like Ducati. and Yamaha” referring to Franco Morbidelli and Pecco Bagnaia [Sky Italy]

“There was a great deal of work from the academy. [They] try to give the best of [their] experience and do everything right, but [the riders] do the rest”

“They are young, fantastic, they work a lot, from Monday to Saturday. The project is going well and [he is] very happy”

He also added that “these six years in Moto 2 and 3 have taught [them] a lot. MotoGP is the same, but it is double. The Sky VR46 family will expand”

Francesco Guidotti, Pramac team director has stated that “in the end, winning is something everyone wants, but it’s not [their] main target” [MotoGP]

“[Their] mission is to make the riders grow, support Ducati and develop the bike, and give [their] support to discover new talents”

Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro believes that “the results do not fully reflect [their] skill” [Moto Sprint]

“For example, last year KTM, which still had the regulatory concessions we have today, didn’t seem much more competitive than the present Aprilia”, he elaborated

“Maybe I’m wrong, but it’s my feeling: that’s why I say that our results don’t tell the truth, last year KTM won three races and made many podiums, I’m not there yet”, Aleix pointed out

KTM’s Motorsports Director Pit Beirer accepts that both his current” test riders are already at an advanced age. At some point [they] will certainly have to think of a younger test rider” [Speedweek]

“Having a test driver like Danilo [Petrucci] in the family who can step in at a high level as a ‘replacement rider’ if a regular rider injures himself is of course also a charming thought”, he added

Defending world champion Joan Mir “would say that things are going to plan and the team and [he] know where to focus [their] efforts for the coming rounds” [Suzuki Magazine]

His teammate Alex Rins added to that by stating that he knows he “can get great results with [his] team and [his] bike”

“Especially at some of the upcoming circuits like Silverstone and COTA where [he’s] had victories in the past”

Can Suzuki fight for wins in the second half of the 2021 season?

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