Suzuki Motor Corporation has agreed to terminate Suzuki's MotoGP activities at the end of the 2022 season, in order to fund new investments and expand sustainable operations. Suzuki will also end its activities in the World Endurance Championship (EWC) by the end of the 2022 season.
Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki, which is among the few brands that come to mind when it comes to motorcycles worldwide, announced that it has left Moto GP, one of the most important races of the motorcycle world, as of the 2022 season in order to create resources for new investments and expand its sustainable activities. While emphasizing that he will continue to compete in the 2022 MotoGP and EWC championships by making efforts to win the remaining races, the statement said, “We aim to continue our support for our customers' racing activities through our global distributor network. We express our deepest gratitude to all Suzuki fans who have supported us and to all who have supported Suzuki's motorcycle racing for many years.
“We will create a sustainable motorcycle business”
Representative Director and President Toshihiro Suzuki commented, “Suzuki has decided to terminate its activities in MotoGP and EWC in line with its strategy of allocating resources to other sustainability initiatives. In terms of technological innovations, including motorcycle racing, sustainability and human resource development, zamThe moment has been a difficult place. This decision will allow us to create a new motorcycle business area to explore different alternatives on the road to a sustainable society with the technological capabilities and human resources we have through motorcycle racing. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all our fans, drivers and stakeholders who have supported and supported us from the development stage since our return to MotoGP racing. We will continue to support Alex Rins, Joan Mir, Team SUZUKI ECSTAR and YOSHIMURA SERT MOTUL to compete in the championship until the end of the season. “He said.