F1 » Suzuki announces MotoGP return - in 2015


Suzuki announces MotoGP return in 2015 - confirms inline four-cylinder engine, Davide Brivio as team manager, Randy de Puniet as development rider...

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V4Poweeeer

June 17, 2013 10:08 AM

Hmmmmmm dont know what to say gp aint gonna get exciting overnight let alone next year.

However the comment that they will feed technology backto attractive production models gsxr1000 redesign sounds pretty good to me. Dorna is definately trying to bring theanufacturers back to gp with the proposed wsbk rule amendments.

Balance

June 17, 2013 10:47 AM

Crash.Net have to post one article with the riders that will be available at the end of 2014... Motogp riders and Moto2 riders for understand whats happening!! Cal can still sign with Suzuki and would not be bad because Cal knows more less the potencial of all bikes and if he was responsible to test 2014 year to Suzuki would be good to improve the bike for is style and then arrive in 2015 with more chances.. But so many thing can happen.. Honda can ride 3 factoy bikes if they whanted, Yamah can do the same, honestly i think only bautista is on risk of loss the respect from Teams

DrWho

June 17, 2013 11:01 AM

I guess Suzuki have watched Ducati struggle the last years and to be honest in my opinion it's a good decision. Biggest question is who will Suzuki replace and what is the direction MotoGP will head to? 24 liter fuel tanks and provided ECU's for all the teams in 2015? Looks like Suzuki is setting the tone to the rest of the field. Thought that with the entry of Suzuki and production rcv's and Yamaha M1 engines we would say bye bye to those crappy CRT's looks like we will see them in 2014. Let's hope Aprilia will start a project too without that RSV V4 highly tuned engine. With the engine rules there are already teams struggling ( all the Yamaha guys except Bradders already using the 4th engine )

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