MotoGP » In-form Bautista targets another good result

While Alvaro Bautista and Loris Capirossi have endured differing fortunes in recent races, both are chasing good results in Australia.

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October 12, 2010 4:00 PM

Good going Alvaro,it will be nice to see the blue bike up there again,especially ahead of that other bloke with the 'parachute leg',you know the one,the less famous one.
Now,Loris apparently off to Pramac Ducati,a ride Al was offered.Wonder if Al has any regrets.

Östminister - Unregistered

October 12, 2010 4:58 PM

It's gonna be a tough race for Alvaro, PI is the worst Suzuki track. Don't be too hard with him Sunday...

& IF he's able to make another episode of the "Stalking Predator" film series?

-Well,it would mean that Alvaro makes working the factory team like a real factory rider. & It would definitey be impressive for a Suzuki/Rookie...Fingers crossed

Yamaha-M1 - Unregistered

October 12, 2010 5:50 PM

Suzuki are gonna find it difficult to cope with the PI circuit they've only had one good result there that was Chris Vermeluen finishing 2nd in the wet dry race in 2006.

The Morgue

October 12, 2010 9:32 PM

It was an excellent result in Sepang for Bautista, especially since he was in a hard battle with Simoncelli, Aoyama and Hayden and came out on top.
I do hope Suzuki trhow some money at the project next year and field two bikes but it doesn't look promising. 2011 could be their last year in MotpGP.

Yamaha-Blue - Unregistered

October 12, 2010 9:51 PM

By 2011 when the season is finished Bautista's contract will have finished at Suzuki having three manufacturers in MotoGP Yamaha, Honda and Ducati will be boring for us fans without Suzuki being there in the mix.

Clive Randall

October 12, 2010 9:52 PM

This guy is the real deal and if he was on a Honda or Ducati he would be pushing for a podium. This second half of the season where is is nearly fit has really shown he has the minerals and i'm surprised that I have not heard of any of the top teams trying to get him, i.e. how much a better long term prospect he would be on the Tech 3 yam than Edwards who (lets be honest) is past his sell by date.

daniel - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 12:41 AM

Just imagine what this young guy would be doing on a factory Yamaonaducati I think he would be giving Spies a real run for his money for rookie of the year.

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