The Spanish rider joined the group in 2019 earlier than taking the group’s first riders’ championship in 20 years the next 12 months.
It was confirmed in Could that the Japanese producer would exit the championship on the finish of 2022, regardless of having solely made its return in 2015.
Mir, who will transfer to Honda for 2023 alongside Marc Marquez, stated this weekend is the top of a “very nice interval” with Suzuki, however lamented his current harm troubles.
He missed 4 grands prix – Misano, Aragon, Japan and Thailand – after struggling an ankle harm throughout the first lap of the Austrian GP in August. He made his return at Phillip Island, however struggled with technical points and completed in 18th.
Requested whether or not this could be a wierd weekend, Mir stated: “A particular one. It’s the top of a very nice interval with Suzuki, it has been a very nice interval however that is coming as much as the top so for me what I’ve in my thoughts is it’s a bit miserable.
“On the finish we obtain superb outcomes however after an harm, having technical issues in Australia, bodily issues in Malaysia with each races having the potential to be on the high.
“So I need to end, I’ve one thing inside me that claims, ‘come on, we will do it higher’ and we will do an excellent finish of this era.”
Joan Mir, Group Suzuki MotoGP
Photograph by: Srinivasa Krishnan
“I might say in these three years, once we bought the chance to win the title, we get it. So that is the primary factor.
“We in all probability didn’t get the chance on this years, final 12 months was a superb 12 months, we completed third. However we didn’t get the chance to battle for extra.
“I do know that if I’m capable of have this chance usually, I wish to get it.”
Group-mate Alex Rins says he has “further motivation” to push this weekend forward of Suzuki’s farewell, having spent all six years of his MotoGP profession with the model and scoring 4 race victories in that point.
“There may be greater than further motivation for a superb end result, I might say that that is our final race, our final dance with the Suzuki,” Rins stated on Thursday in Valencia.
“We are going to attempt to give our 100%. This weekend goes to be very emotional, for me, for all of the group, for everyone who will see these stunning blue bikes on observe.
“Other than the end result I’ll attempt to give my 100%. If after the race I gave my 100%, I can be completely satisfied as a result of we did many, many races with Suzuki.
“We went by means of many good and unhealthy moments, so I’m fairly glad with all I did in these years.”
Alex Rins, Group Suzuki MotoGP
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
Rins says the experiences he has had, each good and unhealthy, with Suzuki will stay with him as he progresses his profession with LCR Honda subsequent 12 months whereas recalling the interval again in 2016 when he signed with Suzuki.
“I do not forget that interval, I do not forget that I used to be working within the paddock in Austin and I noticed Davide [Brivio, former team boss],” Rins stated. “It was within the earlier race that he was fascinated with me, and he requested for my supervisor’s telephone.
“I noticed him and I stated, ‘Davide, thanks’. I feel it was in Montmelo that we already signed the pre-contract.
“We lived many good and unhealthy moments with Suzuki.
“The great factor is that I perceive why in lots of races I misplaced factors and why in lots of races Suzuki misplaced factors. So, that is the factor that I’ll hold for my profession, for my expertise.”