Of course, the young racer must first fix the fracture endured to his right foot from his bit of bedlam at the Redbull Ring; with the last 9 races sporting six DNFs (Did Not Finish), new blood on a new steed means new results for Mir’s transcript, allowing him to gracefully round off his time with Suzuki.
And that’s definitely something to celebrate.
“Thanks to HRC for trusting me and giving me the opportunity to defend these historic colours, which are full of history and world titles,” Mir celebrates in a report from MCN.
“We will take advantage of my experience accumulated over the years in MotoGP with Suzuki to contribute as much as possible to the project and to fight together to become world champions again.”
“Now it’s time to continue focusing on my recovery to return to the circuits as soon as possible and have a great end of the season with Team Suzuki Ecstar.”
Honda currently sits with one podium for the 2022 MotoGP season, thanks to a combination of machine configuration and Marquez suffering an injury that provided comlications later on in the season.