Team Suzuki Press Office – February 5. Alex Rins: 3rd – 1’58.471 (+ 0.100)Joan Mir: 7th – 1’59.067 (+ 0.696)Sylvain Guintoli: 26th – 2’01.390 (+ 3.019) A day after Team Suzuki Ecstar launched their stylish 2022 GSX-RR it was time to put it to the test at the scorching Sepang International Circuit. With this being the first time that Joan Mir and Alex Rins had taken to the track since the last test in Jerez in November, there were plenty of new things to try, as well as fine-tuning parts already tried. The engine received some further improvements over the winter, and early feedback from the riders on this finalised version was very positive. It was necessary, with this new engine in the bike, to adapt and adjust several other parts such as chassis, swingarm, and electronics. Team Suzuki Ecstar also brought a new version of the ride height adjuster first seen last season. Overall, Mir and Rins felt satisfied with the work done on the first day, especially as they both placed close to the top time. Rins completed a whopping 72 laps – the highest number of any rider – taking time to feel the improvements in the

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