MotoGP » Suzuki still silent on 2012 MotoGP plans


The final round of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship doesn't bring news of whether Suzuki has already competed in its final race...

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Don-R

November 07, 2011 8:01 AM
Last Edited 1045 days ago

Not looking great for Suzuki tbh. The crew have reportedly all been released to look for jobs elsewhere, with crew chief Tom O'Kane leaving to go and look after Dovi at Tech 3. And if Suzuki do run a bike next year it'll be an 800 for at least the first 1/3 of the season. Bautista might be wise to take that Honda offer at LCR.

Hotastotus - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 11:55 AM

It's always a shame when a manufacturer drops out but for a long time now MotoGP have really been irrelevant to the street bike.
Superbike is in the process of doing similar too.
Suzuki make road bikes 2nd to none.
For as long as that is true I'm happy to keep buying their Gsxr's.
For me they are a much more exciting brand & better made & engineered machine than anyone else's (the Kawasaki's engineering possibly excepted).

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