MotoGP » Suter-BMW ‘Moto1’ bike makes test debut


Damian Cudlin rode the bike for the first time, though Scott Redding is expected to get a chance on the machine on day two of the test.

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IanM - Unregistered

November 25, 2010 10:56 AM

while there is only 6 bikes on the grid capable of winning and the level of electronics nothing will change. if you want to improve the class lets go back to the days of production racer bikes of the 70s with a sensible fixed price. the works teams would still develop but with a limited time scale to offer the improvements to the satellite teams. that way all teams would start the season on a level playing field. add to that sealed limited capability ECU that is the same for all so no one team has an electronic advantage. simples..

Stevo - Unregistered

November 25, 2010 12:24 PM

Seems the press are so unconcerned about the state of Motogp that they could'nt even be bothered to send someone to take any pictures.....too busy feeding off the Rossi gravy-train for the last decade.
When Rossi retires and Motogp falls from its pedastal you *****s in the media will all be asking how it happened.

turnip - Unregistered

November 25, 2010 12:40 PM

Are we sure this is the test debut? As Ive read on here before that its been out testing previously - or was that a Moto2 Suter with a Beemer on board?

Re the comment about lazy journalism above and the Rossi gravy train - could not agree more! Very well put.

Papparatchi - Unregistered

November 25, 2010 2:37 PM

Wait until yamaha's mouth curfew expires on Rossi in January. The "look at me" comments from him will make us feel like racing is still happening and he's still fighting for the crown.

Burgess too.

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