'No Place For Me In 2023' - Remy Gardner Faces MotoGP Exit
After another disappointing race for the Tech3 KTM Racing Team, a possible continuation of Remy Gardner’s stint in the premier class is increasingly unlikely.
The Moto2 World Champion from 2021 had to settle for last place in the race at the Austrian Grand Prix. In an interview with Speedweek.com, Gardner explained:
“I approached Turn 4 too fast, couldn’t stop the bike and then went into the gravel and fell. At least I finished the race. It was a weekend to forget, three crashes are too many.“
Unfortunately for Gardner, opportunities to show you are worthy for a MotoGP seat are rare and are currently running through his hands.
With Suzuki’s exit from MotoGP after the 2022 season, there are the least seats since a long time. And it seems, there is none left for Remy Gardner. As the Aussie states: “It looks like there will be no MotoGP place for me next season.”
Keeping in mind he is the 2021 Moto2 World Champion on an inferior MotoGP bike, it is ridiculous to think he won’t have a seat for 2023.
It’s hard to believe that after 6 months in MotoGP , Remy a World Moto2 Champion will Not have a Competitive seat in the 2023 season 😱😬 https://t.co/bobEwp0e6J— Wayne M Gardner (@TheWayneGardner) August 21, 2022
As thinks his father and 500cc World Champion Wayne Gardner. In a statement on Twitter, the Australian let go a rant on the ridiculousness of the situation:
“It is hard to believe that Remy, a Moto2 World Champion will not have a competitive seat in the 2023 season.”