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January 8th, 2021, 10:46 AM   #1
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Brivio to leave Suzuki

Now who would have expected Davide Brivio would leave Suzuki at this point in their success and furthermore, for the move to be to Formula 1??

Should be interesting to see how the Suzuki team gets on in his absence. Success seems to follow Brivio wherever he goes and it's interesting that his joining and leaving Yamaha coincided with their rise to success and their decline.
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January 8th, 2021, 07:15 PM   #2
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Now who would have expected Davide Brivio would leave Suzuki at this point in their success and furthermore, for the move to be to Formula 1??

Should be interesting to see how the Suzuki team gets on in his absence. Success seems to follow Brivio wherever he goes and it's interesting that his joining and leaving Yamaha coincided with their rise to success and their decline.
I guess a Formula 1 team has noticed that success follows him. A better choice than the Marlboro man Maurizio Arrivabene who destroyed Ducati's relationship with Casey Stoner and had similar (lack of) success at Ferrari.
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Lets hope not too much of Suzuki's success is Brivio-dependent. I've taken so much pleasure in their return to form. Actually - this latest iteration of the team is arguably the best they've ever had.
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I believe Mir will remain a one Hit wonder. But will MM come back at all?
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I believe Mir will remain a one Hit wonder. But will MM come back at all?
One-time world champion is nothing to sneeze at.
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I believe Mir will remain a one Hit wonder. But will MM come back at all?
I doubt he beats MM to a title, I would still consider him the best of the rest though. Yamaha won like half the races last season, and was on the podium more weekends than not. Mir, his consistency and race craft was the difference on the Suzuki. If Marquez isn't 80% of what he was when he left Mir could pick up another title.
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