The penultimate race of the 2020 MotoGP has awarded the title of world champion in the premier class to Joan Mir, with whom all of us at Nolan Group congratulate.
Ours, however, were not watching. Unlucky in Moto2 and Moto3, however, we have seen good races from Rins, fourth at the finish line, and Petrucci, fifteenth and struggling with his Ducati. The hope is that by 2021 you will find a better feeling on his KTM.
We always ask: what happens? It happens that the last weekend of the championship arrives. We will celebrate with you, even if far away, the end of the most difficult season ever. We have given everything to do our job and you have given everything to follow us.
But just because the championship ends doesn't mean we're parting ways. We will always be with you, on the track and on the road!
ALEX RINS 4th
"In the end, I wasn’t able to get the title, but I’m so happy for Joan and all of Team Suzuki! It’s incredible that he won the championship in only his second year, and the entire team have worked so hard to achieve this. So the feeling is amazing, even for me. Today Franco had a very strong pace and the best I could do was 4th, but I’m still fighting to get second place in the standings, so I’m happy with the result. I’m hoping to finish the season on a high when we go to Portimao!"
DANILO PETRUCCI 15th
"It has been a rather tough race. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make up positions at the start, and immediately after a few laps, I started to have problems with the left grip. Controlling the bike had become really difficult, but fortunately, I was able to stay focused and complete the race finishing in the points. Congratulations to Joan Mir for winning the World Title: he is a quiet and very strong guy, and I think he absolutely deserved this success."