Spaniard Alex Rins will be attending Honda-LCR next season after Suzuki announces his departure from MotoGP, his future outfit said Tuesday.

The 26-year-old Rinse was left without a team because Suzuki withdrew his contract with sports four years ago.

He will be wearing Lucio Cecchinello’s costume on behalf of Alex Marquez, who signed with Ducati-Gresini.

“I’m very happy to be part of the LCR Honda team. It’s hard to change teams and bikes, but I’m 100% dedicated and ready to put into practice everything I’ve learned in the MotoGP class,” Rins said. Said in a statement from LCR Honda.

“The trust of Lucio and Honda was very important to me in deciding to take this challenge at this factory. I would like to thank them for this opportunity.”

Rinse Suzuki’s teammate and 2020 world champion Joan Mir is associated with a transfer to Honda’s factory team.

Rinse is 9th overall in MotoGP, with 9 races remaining by the next event, the British Grand Prix on August 7.

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