Randy de Puniet and Takuya Tsuda test the new Suzuki MotoGP racer in Barcelona. (Photo: Dorna Communications)

and test the new racer in Barcelona. (Photo: Dorna Communications)

Following the latest testing for the Suzuki MotoGP team in Barcelona, Randy de Puniet has pinpointed electronics as the area in which most improvements are still required.

Having first returned to MotoGP testing with a Mitsubishi electronics system, at Sepang earlier this year Suzuki used a Magneti Marelli ECU for the first time. This week, the company – with both de Puniet and Takuya Tsuda at the helm – concentrated on a new specification engine and chassis revisions, as well as their latest work on the electronics side of things.

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