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Suzuki: 'Too much workload' on Sahara, more GSX-RR power 'not straight forward'

Reigning MotoGP world champion's Suzuki suffered a rocky start to 2021 when team manager Davide Brivio left for Formula One in January. Brivio's move blindsided the Japanese factory which, mirroring its careful approach to technical development, resisted a knee-jerk response to finding a replacement and instead shared Brivio's duties between existing staff for the remainder of this year. But most of Brivio's work fell on the shoulders of project leader Shinichi Sahara who, with hindsight, says it was "way too much". “I would say that, despite not getting quite the results we were hoping for, the year was around 60 to 70 per cent of what I expected," Sahara wrote in his...
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