The Finn has continued a worldly marketing campaign with the British squad that has viewed him speed a crash up marketing campaign in both WRC and WRC2.
Suninen released a statement on Friday night time pronouncing his departure from the team, pointing out the choice has been communicated to M-Sport, though the team has yet to pickle a statement.
The instant departure manner this month’s Rally Ypres become his final event for the team.
The statement from his management firm read: “Teemu Suninen has denied to withdraw his cooperation with M-Sport World Rally Group. This decision has been communicated to M-Sport and has been agreed upon with them.
“The decision will buy stop straight away. Thereby Suninen’s final rally with M-Sport become Rally Ypres (Belgium) in mid August 2021.
“We thank M-Sport for the previous 5 years and prefer them your whole most intriguing.”
Suninen acknowledged his 5-365 days stint at the team but says it is miles time to switch onto unusual challenges.
“It is time for us to yelp goodbye to M-Sport,” said Suninen.
“I’m grateful that I had the chance to be one of many WRC team drivers for various years. It has been a toddle beefy of learning with some large moments.
“On the opposite hand, nothing lasts with no crash in sight, and we now maintain now determined it be time to head on to unusual challenges.”
Suninen joined M-Sport in 2017 in the beginning competing in WRC2 sooner than graduating to the conclude tier for two events that season in Poland and Finland.
He scored three WRC podiums all the method via his tenure, alongside with his final a third speak stop at Mexico in 2020 on his manner to seventh within the championship, his most intriguing championship stop to this level.
On the opposite hand, this 365 days’s crash up season in WRC and WRC2 has no longer long previous to jam. The 27-365 days-extinct has been beneath force to invent after high-profile crashes at Monte Carlo and Sardinia.
Teemu Suninen, Mikko Markkula, M-Sport Ford WRT, Ford Fiesta Rally2
Describe by: M-Sport
Suninen become considered within the mix to wait on his drive at M-Sport next season because the squad plans to self-discipline three Ford Pumas. This decision has ruled him out of the working.
Toyota boss Jari-Matti Latvala told Motorsport.com earlier this season that Suninen become among the team’s option for 2022, with Sebastien Ogier speak to contest only a partial marketing campaign.
Rising megastar Adrien Fourmaux is expected to wait on his M-Sport seat whereas teammate Gus Greensmith’s future is yet to be resolved.
Hyundai’s Craig Breen has been linked to a drive with M-Sport next 365 days, whereas there had been studies that nine-time WRC champion Sebastien Loeb has held preliminary talks with M-Sport boss Malcolm Wilson referring to a conceivable drive next 365 days.