The racing heads to France this week - a home Grand Prix for Johan Zarco and world champion Fabio Quartararo.

But the prevailing news is Suzuki’s exit from the sport, finally confirmed by the team in the days ahead of Le Mans.

“Unfortunately, the current economical situation and the need to concentrate its effort on the big changes that the Automotive world is facing in these years, are forcing Suzuki to shift costs and human resources to develop new technologies,” a statement read after the bombshell news had leaked.

Alex Rins, fourth in the championship standings, was reduced to tears when addressing Suzuki’s exit.

“Whether I understand the decision or not doesn’t matter, but for sure it was so hard for me. We are fighting for the world championship and we are first in the team standings. But the bosses and Suzuki HQ took the decision. It is what it is. We cannot change it.”

The performance of Rins and former world champion Joan Mir for Suzuki will be among the main talking points of the weekend’s action.

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