MotoGP » Suzuki plans Barcelona MotoGP test return


"The plan is to take part in the Barcelona post-race test. I will be riding at the test and also one European rider" - Nobuatsu Aoki.

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rogerio.alves@gmail.com - Unregistered

February 26, 2013 11:04 PM

Yeah. welcome back Suzuki, the more the merrier. Sincerely, I welcome Suzuki with both arms - I had plenty of Suzis before being "conquered" by the Aprilia flair... Having said that I feel that some comments like "bring 2014 on" when 2013 hasn't even started are surreal. Suzuki is a welcome addition, but it is not the major manufacturer, and will be more of a filler than a title fighter, so... let's enjoy 2013 first and when it ends, and ONLY AFTER THAT et's hope 2014 will be even better...

shamarone

February 27, 2013 4:16 AM
Last Edited 512 days ago

re: "For a million bucks it sure seems like one is getting ripped."

yeah, for a million bucks it sure seem like the "one" getting ripped is honda.

as the company who brought us everything from the RC166 to the V5 to the million dollar gearbox, having a luddite dictating a price cap while never having designed or manufactured a damn thing IN HIS LIFE is shameful. there are boffins inside honda with PHD's. meanwhile, did ezpelata even graduate high school...? dunno.

shamarone

February 27, 2013 4:24 AM
Last Edited 512 days ago

re: "but we still need to improve many small things."

translation: our bike is behind the same 8-ball as the ducati.

re: "will be more of a filler than a title fighter"

been there, DEFINITELY done that.

reid - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 5:50 AM

I thought the point of CRT is to fill the grid?? (and keep costs down) so why not run another team?? Why would a company not want more clients?? Hello Dorna?? Hello??

ns675

February 27, 2013 11:34 AM

"Dorna has indicated that Suzuki will need to source its grid places from an existing team."

What the hell? All of a sudden the MotoGP grid is too full for a production bike?

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