MotoGP, the market after the signing of Fabio Quartararo: the Suzuki team which goes to KTM and Alex Rins on a Ducati, the rumor is carried away in Catalonia

With the certainty of a Fabio Quartararo loyal to Yamaha until 2024, the transfer market has logically resumed a push for 2023 and beyond under the Suzuki label. This Friday, in Catalonia, which hosts the ninth round of the championship, the rumor went wild, thus demonstrating that MotoGP is not impossible…

These indications come to us from Motosprint and they show that we are firing on all cylinders to find solutions and prospects for those whose future in the paddock seems the most fragile. We’re talking about the whole team here. Ecstar Suzuki and his skills, such as one of his pilots, in this case Alex Rins.

The first scenario would have future ex-Suzukis become next family members KTM, a mark that would thus have two more RC16s on the grid. At Mattighofen, however, it has already been said that given the difficulties currently encountered, it was no longer envisaged to increase the number of motorcycles on the grid. However, the situation is such in the paddock that there may be some business to be done.

Alex Rins, Team Suzuki Ecstar, Pol Espargaro, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana

Leftover Suzuki would be a feast for many

In this case, Ecstar Suzuki personnel and Alex Rins would go to KTM…Still, the intention of Carmelo Ezpeletaboss of Dorna, is to keep the two places left by Suzuki to offer them to a new manufacturer rather than to a satellite structure.

The second plan wantsAlex Rins be grabbed by Ducati to be put at Gresini on a Desmosedici. The Spaniard has been riding the Hamamatsu inline-four since 2017, and despite crashing a lot, he also knows how to show speed as well as the experience showcased as a MotoGP winner. The same Spaniard is also quoted to join the adventure RNF declined with Aprilia. In any case, it seems promised to an Italian V4. Until the next rumor…

Alex Rins, Team Suzuki Ecstar, SHARK French Grand Prix

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