Rear Ride Height Device Ready For Suzuki In Styria
There has been a missing string to the prevailing World Champions now in 2021. However, this weekend Mir and Rins have it in their hands.
So far in 2021, Team Suzuki Ecstar's bow is missing the string of Rear Ride Hide Device. However, this weekend, prevailing World Champion Joan Mir and his teammate Alex Rins are going to join the Michelin® Grand Prix of Styria.
Technical Manager of Suzuki Ecstar, Ken Kawauchi confirmed the news through Suzuki's latest Racing Magazine. The Japanese guru has explained how July's summer break has benefitted Suzuki in analyzing the situation and implementing modern solutions for the remaining year.
Kawauchi explained the satisfaction they felt with the GSX-RR-2021. However, he believes that there should always be room for improvement. It made Team Suzuki Ecstar think that the arrival of the height adjuster will help their riders perform better. He further adds that competing in MotoGP will be higher in level along with a continuous challenge for improvement.
Before the first two races at the Red Bull Ring and the performance of Mir's maiden MotoGP podium last year, it is seen that Suzuki is the only team competing without the Rear Ride Hide Device. Throughout the season, it was a hot topic among the MotoGP fans. Mir also expressed his desire to have the same tools as his rivals as soon as possible.
With this, the wish of the Spaniard has been fulfilled. They also demand a MotoGP bike to release everything in its arsenal that includes acceleration, top speed, corner speed, hard braking, and more. Suzuki has fulfilled their demand at a significant time. As the second half-season is going to begin, Mir secured his position in fourth place in the World Championship with 101 points and 55 shy of leader Fabio Quartararo ( Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP).