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Suzuki 'still investigating' satellite team despite Brivio exit

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank Suzuki project leader Shinichi Sahara is not excluding the possibility of a satellite MotoGP team for 2022, despite disruption caused by the departure of factory team manager Davide Brivio. “We are still investigating what the best way is," Sahara said of a 2022 satellite team. "During the season maybe we will have some more information.” But there is no doubt that Brivio's exit, for a senior role at the Alpine F1 team, makes such a partnership more complicated. The Italian would have been the...
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