MotoGP » Rizla Suzuki unveils 2010 challenger


A revised look, a new rider and technical advances define the 2010 Rizla Suzuki GSV-R

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bridgestone - Unregistered

March 12, 2010 10:59 AM

Dorna! Let Suzuki test twice as much as the other factory's.
For years now Suzuki could never realy improve like the other factory's did.
Dorna wants more closer racing but does nothing about it.
Let Suzuki do there thing to come closer to the other factory's.
Why all rule changing's for closer racing, if Suzuki needs only one rule. More testing.!

But this 2010 bike looks like a brick, heavy and massive. And even aerodinamics sems far away.

I hope Suzuki comes closer this year but they REALY need help to sort alot of thing out.

mcracing

March 12, 2010 11:03 AM

why have one rule for suzuki and one for everyone else. why not let ebery other factory except yamaha have extra testing so that everyone can catch up to them and beat them. then the next year yamaha can have extra testing to catch up to them etc etc etc and on and on it goes. there are no special cases. you get out what you put in. how can a manufacturer that makes stunning road bikes keep failing on the track.

bridgestone - Unregistered

March 12, 2010 11:47 AM

Simpel MCRACING. because the road aint no track.!! maybe you use the road as a track.??
And because Suzuki is the smallest motorcycle factory in MotoGP.
Thats why Suzuki have to test more to be competative.
Yamaha and Ducati are on the same level. Honda should be competative with there resources and knowhow.
Suzuki aint even close to the other factory's, just like capirossi says.
But sure the one who disagree before and now, knows more than capirossi i guess.

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