MotoGP » POLL: Who should be Suzuki’s number one target for MotoGP?

Which rider should Suzuki target to lead it's proposed MotoGP return in 2014?

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May 23, 2013 1:30 PM

Cal, depuniet,a espagaro and redding would all be worth a punt, maybe even Hayden.
Stoner in my opinion would not be a smart move for Suzuki, he may be the most likely to get the bike at the sharp end the quickest but his ability to ride around the problems would not benefit the development of the bike.

me - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 1:37 PM

An experienced rider with an upcoming second rider is the way I would go


Aleix Espargaro

Hayden with Espargaro probably makes the most sense from a marketing and sponsorship viewpoint.

All this talk of Stoner is a bit pointless, for a long list of reasons.

Jimbo79 - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 1:44 PM

Am I missing something here, Stoner retired didn't he? He likes cars and fishes now and not bikes anymore so that's that. He is gone! I would like to see him back but he won't be back, he's got too much pride. He has been replaced anyway by MM (mr spectacular) so I'm afraid mr stoner would struggle to stand out like he did anyway.

David field - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 2:02 PM

Suzuki need 2 fast development riders.
Spies is crocked, as is Hopper. Hayden is past it as is Edwards. No aspiring talented top 10 finishing rider will want to trundle around on it so that rules crutchlow and esparago out. Reading is too young to front a moto gp team but maybe he's a possible no 2. Rossi wont touch it after the Ducati embarrassment.
Whoever steps up and signs on the dotted line will be doing it for the money only. Suzuki could pull out again in 2015.

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