Joan Mir: What I have in my mind is it’s a bit depressing


Joan Mir: What I have in my mind is it’s a bit depressing

Joan Mir says commented on his Suzuki's final MotoGP race at the Valencia Grand Prix “A special one. It’s the end of a really nice period with Suzuki, it has been a really nice period but this is coming up to the end so for me what I have in my mind is it’s a bit depressing.

At the end we achieve amazing results but after an injury, having technical problems in Australia, physical problems in Malaysia with both races having the potential to be at the top. So I want to finish, I have something inside of me that says, ‘come on, we can do it better’ and we can do a great end of this period”.

- Mir said, as quoted by


This year they couldn't do more. “I would say in these three years, when we got the opportunity to win the title, we get it. So this is the main thing. We probably didn’t get the opportunity in this years, last year was a good year, we finished third.

But we didn’t get the opportunity to fight for more. I know that if I’m able to have this opportunity normally, I like to get it”. Teammate Alex Rins also commented on the season; “There is more than extra motivation for a good result, I would say that this is our last race, our last dance with the Suzuki,” Rins said on Thursday in Valencia.

"We will try to give our 100%. This weekend is going to be very emotional, for me, for all the team, for everybody who will see these beautiful blue bikes on track. Apart from the result I will try to give my 100%. If after the race I gave my 100%, I will be happy because we did many, many races with Suzuki.

We went through many good and bad moments, so I’m quite satisfied with all I did in these years”.