MotoGP » Suzuki announces new Rizla deal

Suzuki extends its deal with Rizla for the 2010-11 MotoGP seasons

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John VFR - Unregistered

February 01, 2010 1:10 PM

Bob,I agree.In these difficult times a commitment like this isn't made lightly.
Congratulations to Suzuki for keeping Rizla "onboard".
Let's hope the team can raise their game this season and repay the faith shown by their loyal sponsor.
I took my bike out for the first time this year on Sunday,and it's really got me fired up,can't wait for the mew season to begin!

TimBo - Unregistered

February 01, 2010 2:04 PM

John VFR - Went out on mine on Saturday , jeez it were cold mind.
All joking aside i don't reckon it is as much as we'd imagine to sponsor the Suzuki team.
Would love to see a figure for it.

phil - Unregistered

February 01, 2010 2:45 PM

I wonder if the next two years are going to be make or break for Suzuki? If results don't improve, i can't honestly see them carrying on. Kawasaki pulled the plug on Moto GP, will Suzuki do the same?
They seem to have made little progress over the past two years, since Hopper finished fourth in the championship in 2007.


February 01, 2010 3:16 PM

I doubt if this is a make or break year for Suzuki - they are used to being middle to end of the pack. But unlike Kawasaki who has always come and gone in GPs, Suzuki has been in GPs in one class or another since the 60's so I don't think they are going anywhere. They really only come good about 1 or 2 times a decade in the top class (2 in the 70's, 2 in the 80's, 1 in the 90's, and 1 in 2000's) so if this year goes badly they have another 9 years to get it right! LOL!

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