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Suzuki: Rivals calling 2020 MotoGP bike “perfect” didn’t add pressure

Suzuki team boss Davide Brivio says the marque felt no added pressure in its 2020 title-winning season when its rivals repeatedly branded its MotoGP bike "perfect". Joan Mir won the premier class title for Suzuki for the first time since 2000 when he wrapped up the championship with a round to spare last month in Valencia. Mir proved to be the most consistent force this season, scoring seven podiums from 14 races, with team-mate Alex Rins bringing Suzuki's haul up to 11 - both riders scoring one victory each. PLUS: How Mir became Suzuki's humble MotoGP hero Although Suzuki ended up third in the constructors' table behind winners Ducati and Yamaha, across the season team bosses...
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