Alex Rins changed a lot his look during these days for charity shaving his long hair but it is not the only major news about him. The Spaniard renews his contract with Suzuki and will stay with Japanese Team until 2022 to keep the partnership started three years ago.
The announce arrived during an Instagram Live on Suzuki’s official account, where Alex Rins made if official the agreement. Davide Brivio gambled on him bringing the Spaniard to Suzuki in 2017 and things started to going great at the end of 2018, when Rins conquered his first MotoGP podiums.
In the previous season, Alex did even better as long as he was able to achieve his first MotoGP career victory at Austin after a stunning duel against Valentino Rossi and another one at Silverstone holding off Marc Marquez in a superb fight where Rins won just during the last meters.
Of course, the Spaniard is satisfied with the deal: “My goal was racing with Suzuki and I am happy about that. We grew up a lot during these years, we are competitive and we made a lot of steps forward. I always believe in this Team and I am enthusiast to stay for other two years”
Alex talked also about Coronavirus crisis: “We are facing a really tough situation that changed our routines. Dorna is trying his best to comeback racing, paying attention to safety. The only thing that we can do as riders is training and be ready when we could race again”