MotoGP » Bautista prepares to go it alone for Suzuki


It's the third home event for Alvaro Bautista this season, the Spaniard targeting a repeat of the performance that took him to fifth in Barcelona.

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Southerner

September 14, 2010 5:50 PM

Good on Alvaro for talking the talk,but hell,Denning breaks a leg,Capirex takes a break and the GSVR effort is just flat,plain broke.
Really hope they make me eat my words because right now they're an embarrasment to themselves on the GP grid.
Maybe they should pay the penalties,withdraw from 2011 and concentrate on SBK next year.

Östminister - Unregistered

September 14, 2010 8:47 PM

Wow guys did you watch the last 3 races?

Bautista has always been last in the firsts lap then he was fast enough to overtake a sh1tload of riders.
6th fastest lap in race at Misano btw.

Not too shabby!

Spinach

September 15, 2010 12:27 AM

Yet another opportunity squandered by Suzuki. Here is there chance to try out another rider, in the very least get feedback and or benchmarking. Hell, in the very least, score a few points as half the grid isn't entered this year and then at least 3 riders seem to crash each race.

Shame about WSBK, but I guess they are on Ducati mentality (GP sells the brand, WSBK sells one bike).

Kev46

September 15, 2010 2:41 PM
Last Edited 1406 days ago

There is alot of riders Suzuki could choose from :

- Tommy Hill
- Tommy Hayden
- Jake Zemke
- Danny Eslick
- Sylvain Guintoli
- Leon Haslam
- Michael Laverty
- Alistair Seely
- Blake Young (not sure about his fitness though)

Hell,even put Kevin Schwantz on it.
He'd ring its neck.

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