Tatsuki Suzuki is a name that has made its mark in the world of motorcycling. Since its debut in the Motorcycle World Championship in 2015, Suzuki has had a remarkable career through highs and lows, characterized by consistency and commitment.

Tatsu Suzuki's racing history at a glance:

2015-2016: The beginnings of the CIP team

Suzuki entered the Moto3 World Championship stage in the CIP team on a Mahindra. His debut season in 2015 ended in 28th place, followed by a similar finish the following year in 27th place.

2017-2019: The switch to the SIC58 Squadra Corse

A turning point in Suzuki's career came in 2017 when he switched to SIC58 Squadra Corse. There he was able to improve significantly and achieved consistent placings in the following years, including 14th place in the 2017 and 2018 seasons and an impressive 8th place in 2019.

2020-2023: Challenges and setbacks

Despite his successes, Suzuki struggled with varying fortunes in the years 2020 to 2023. His finishes in those years fluctuated between 12th and 19th place, marking a period of challenges for the Japanese rider.

2022: A new start with Leopard Racing

The year 2022 brought a new opportunity for Suzuki with a move to Leopard Racing. There he was able to prove his talent once again and achieved a strong 7th place in the Moto3 World Championship.

Outlook for 2024: A new challenge with LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna IntactGP

Looking ahead to the coming season, Tatsuki Suzuki will join the Liqui Moly Husqvarna intactGP team, where he will compete alongside his teammate Collin Veijer. With his experience and fighting spirit, Suzuki will help to lead the team to further success and further develop his own potential on the race track.

Tatsuki Suzuki on his Moto3 bike

Conclusion: Suzuki - a rider with perseverance and potential

Tatsuki Suzuki has established himself as a driver characterized by consistency and determination. His ability to improve despite setbacks and always get back up makes him an admirable athlete in motorsport. While the challenges of racing are inevitable, Suzuki will undoubtedly continue to do his best to achieve his goals and maintain his place among the top riders.

Racing history of "Tatsu" Suzuki

Year Competition  
2019 Moto3 Championship:
Total 8.
2020 Moto3 Championship: Total 12.
2021 Moto3 Championship: Total 14.
2022 Moto3 Championship: Total 7.
2023 Moto3 Championship: Total 19.