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Joan Mir 'optimistic', 'something is changing' at Suzuki

Deflated after dropping back from the all-Ducati podium battle at Valencia, former MotoGP champion Joan Mir went into the MotoGP winter break cautiously optimistic after trying the latest Suzuki developments at the Jerez test. The Spaniard was ranked 14th on day one, then sixth on day two, as he tried not only the new 2022-spec GSX-RR engine but also a new chassis, swingarm and fairing. It was an encouraging response after a season in which Suzuki lagged behind the developments made by its rivals, including the late introduction of a rear ride-height device, and failed to win a race for the first time since 2018. "Yes, I feel that something is changing in a good way, there's a lot of...
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