Team Suzuki Ecstar

Enea Bastianini charts his third win of the season after conquering French GP in Le Mans ahead of Miller, Espargaro and Quartararo.


Gresini Racing’s Enea Bastianini claims second win of the season in Texas and reclaims the lead in MotoGP title race. (more…)

This year’s MotoGP season has been all about the rise of Team Suzuki Ecstar to the top, which is why they want to share their achievement with the launch of their brand new 2020 yearbook called ‘A Dream Becomes Reality’. And you can read it online for free! (more…)

The MotoGP 2021 season will see a new major partnership between Monster Energy and Team Suzuki Ecstar after signing a multi-year agreement with the Japanese manufacturer. This makes a lot of sense considering that both Joan Mir and Alex Rins are already sponsored riders under the Monster Energy flag. (more…)

After 20 years, a rider from Suzuki has finally become a MotoGP world champion thanks to Joan Mir. Yesterday’s race in Valencia saw an epic battle upfront between Franco Morbidelli (Petronas Yamaha SRT) and Jack Miller (Pramac Ducati), but a seventh-place finish for Mir was more than enough to seal the deal in the rider’s championship. (more…)

After his first-ever premier class MotoGP victory last week in the European GP, Suzuki Ecstar’s Joan Mir is just a sniff away from winning the 2020 championship crown and his chances are quite good. What does the 23-year-old Spaniard need to do to seal the deal on Sunday? (more…)

It was a historic moment for Suzuki in MotoGP yesterday as both of the Suzuki Ecstar riders, Joan Mir and Alex Rins, secured a 1-2 finish at the European GP in Valencia, Spain. To top things off, Joan Mir got his first-ever premier class victory as well as extended his lead in the 2020 MotoGP championship title chase. (more…)

The Gran Premio de Teruel MotoGP round in Aragon, Spain yesterday witnessed Franco Morbidelli (Petronas Yamaha SRT) taking home his second ever premier class victory and with stunning fashion. The style that he did so reminded us of the great Jorge Lorenzo where Morbidelli took the holeshot and left everyone in the dust. (more…)

After a month of hardship, Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) is back on the highest step of the MotoGP podium after crossing the chequered flag first at the Catalan GP. With this win, he’s once again in the lead of the 2020 championship title chase with a total of 108 points. (more…)

If you think that the 2020 MotoGP championship season is pretty exciting, then yesterday’s round in Misano should take you over the top as Maverick Vinales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) took home his first-ever victory for the new season. Seven races so far and we already have six different race winners. (more…)

If you miss seeing Jorge Lorenzo performing his textbook win on the Yamaha M1 by taking the holeshot and leaving everyone in the dust, then yesterday’s race was one of those except that it was done by Petronas Yamaha SRT’s Franco Morbidelli. (more…)

Well, where should we start? How about the fact that Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) won the Austrian MotoGP round a day after he announced that he will be staying with the team for 2021? Or how about the drama-filled race full of crashes and incidents? One thing is for sure, this weekend will be the talk of the town for the next few years as one of the most sensational races in MotoGP’s history. (more…)


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