Team SUZUKI ECSTAR’s Joan Mir aboard the GSX-RR finished 7th in the MotoGP class of the FIM* Road Racing Grand Prix (MotoGP) 14th round held on 15 November 2020 at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Spain. This made his rider’s point 171 to become the 2020 world champion with the final race remaining. This is the first time in 20 years for the Suzuki rider to become a champion since Kenny Roberts Jr. in 2000. Also, with Alex Rins finishing 4th in the race, the team’s point became 309 to win the first team title for the Team SUZUKI ECSTAR, giving double crown for Suzuki.
Due to the isolation, fear and existential uncertainty in the spreading of the corona virus pandemic, the world has become an even more dangerous place, especially for children. According to estimates, the chances that a minor is exposed to dangers and abuses in their everyday life have increased by 30% since the beginning of the pandemic. UNICEF Hungary has launched its “Ismerd fel és tegyél ellene” (Recognize and Do Something About It) campaign against child abuse in order to highlight the fact that child protection is a shared responsibility of our society. The main sponsor of the program is Magyar Suzuki Corporation.
A 126-bed Suzuki accommodation facility has been inaugurated, enabling Magyar Suzuki Corporation to offer accommodation in modern and homey rooms to employees from remote settlements. The four-storey building has fully equipped kitchens and laundry rooms on each floor, and indoor and outdoor social areas provide opportunities for leisure activities.
From June this year, Anita Herbácskóová is the leader of Human Resources & General Affairs area at Magyar Suzuki Corporation. Furthermore she is also responsible for the HR affairs of the company’s five offices abroad.