MotoGP » Bautista keen to do Suzuki, Japan ‘proud’

Alvaro Bautista and Rizla Suzuki will race at Motegi as he looks to give his team something to smile about on home soil.

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80 seconds blust - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 5:03 AM

If you read both Bautista and Paul Danning comments carefully, they use the words like emotional and give something to remember. I bet Suzuki announces the withdrawl from Motogp at Motegi.

Roedi ngasal - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 5:51 AM

1000cc engine prototype Suzuki has prepared great.
"With the move next year towards 1000cc machines, Motul's engineers and their Suzuki counterparts have started to work on new projects to ensure that the Rizla Suzuki team have exactly the right products available from the outset. MotoGP provides the challenge of real-time research and development for Motul's products and the testing they undergo is rigorous, prototype machines operate at 18,000 revs per minute and produce 250bhp!"



September 25, 2011 6:38 PM

alvaro is great rider, a young and hungry for podium, he pushed his bike to the limit every race just to find his best position. I think if ducati will consdider his talent im very sure alvaro will push the desmo bike and ride around the problem just like casey's did but ducati need to listen aswell what alvaro if wants upgrade to his bike. Good luck alvaro!

Paddles - Unregistered

September 27, 2011 10:18 PM

Have the CRT's been finalised yet? I too would not be surprised to see Suzuki withdraw as a factory team and morph into a CRT with Suzuki backing as an engine partner. They've got a pretty good 1000cc road engine just ripe for development. That being said, I'd love to see them continue as a factory team because they are really starting to show some results from their time/development, especially now that AB has pulled his finger out.

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