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Rins, Mir deals show Suzuki 'committed to MotoGP'

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, two manufacturers withdrew from the MotoGP World Championship; Kawasaki (end of 2009) and then Suzuki (end of 2011). Kawasaki hasn’t been back, focussing its racing efforts on WorldSBK, while Suzuki returned to MotoGP at the end of 2014. Lockdown restrictions to control the coronavirus are expected to result in another form of the financial crisis, raising questions about whether all current MotoGP manufacturers - Honda, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Aprilia and KTM - can stay the course. Of the current six manufacturers, only Honda and Yamaha have competed in every season since the introduction of the four-stroke 'MotoGP' era, in 2002. Ducati joined...
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