MotoGP » Aoki track testing Suzuki 1000cc MotoGP bike

“The plan is still for Suzuki to return to MotoGP in 2014” – Nobuatsu Aoki.

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February 02, 2012 3:17 AM

suzuki, just forget the 501c non-profit world of motorbikes for now and focus on sorting that car line. you'll be glad you did. we're a dead end. 12 million units sold in 2011 can't be wrong.

Stupid Suzuki - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 4:53 AM

Why are they wasting money???

Testing a 2012 spec bike for will be different specs by then.

Total waste. Of peoples time & of money they could direct to something worth while.

carboncanyon - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 5:42 AM

@stupid suzuki

Are you kidding me? R&D takes time... it doesn't happen overnight. It's easier and I bet cheaper to keep developing it now rather than stopping and scrambling to catch up later. You can't just throw money and resources and pray it will work out.

I think this is a great sign of Suzuki's commitment to MotoGP in spite of their financial struggles.

I agree - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 6:13 AM


I can see his point.

Will there be prototype factory bikes in 2014??

Will it be all CRT by then.

the R&D they are doing on a current 1000cc will be obsolete by 2014

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