MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE Davide Brivio (Suzuki MotoGP) - Q&A


"I think the very important - and very positive - news is that Suzuki has decided to come back to MotoGP. Okay, it is one year later, but Suzuki is committed" - Davide Brivio.

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LLarry

June 17, 2013 4:07 PM

Well, there you have it.
The delay for a year is due to the latest round of rule changes relating to ECU's, fuel restrictions etc.
WELL DONE DORNA. NOT.
Yet another example of how you constantly mess around with the rules to try and improve the 'show' and just screw things up instead. AAARRRGGGHHH!

SolidSnake77

June 17, 2013 4:38 PM

The real reason for 2015,is because they're awaiting rossi to complete his Yamaha contract at the end of 2014 and bring him in for 2015,that's is why Davide Brivio has been called first to slowly setting up the team..Correct me if i'm wrong..

SolidSnake77

June 17, 2013 5:26 PM

I think it's good for Rossi to develop that new Suzuki Gp Bike in 2015,it's more like retirement scheme for him,.by seeing todays lap time ride by RdP,he only +1.5s off from the Top Boys..Imagine what rossi could do??..

MCP

June 17, 2013 9:03 PM

Rossi will have hung his leathers up by the time this thing's ready to race. It remains to be seen if though, if Suzuki will be both willing and able to open their checkbook as far as is required to get some serious riding talent on board. None of the guys they've had could really cut the mustard in the premier class and if Suzuki want to win anythng, they're going to need a Lorenzo, Pedrosa or Marquez to pedal the thing round. If they can't pull that one offt, I think they might as well not bother turning up.

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