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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BUGS - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 8:40 PM

A year ago I would have said this was the perfect place for Ben Spies. Now I am not so sure with his injuries and performances. If he can recover he is the logical choice.

jeangiskhann - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 8:54 PM

for sure spies is the choise when the basis of the engine is GSX-R.....for the rest ? don't forget espargaro before coming at aspar team what he does ...nothing ! randy it's a big chalenge , heayden not possible : two americans why not Rossi , everybady see yamaha bed on one spanich gay ....than edwards but....hopkins he is broken likes vermeulen may be cruschlow with is ******* mond !

such short memories - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 9:33 PM

suzuki left because they could not make the bridgestone work after they became the sole supplier.

the only way suzuki will fight at the front is with a phenomenal rider. unfortunately, even if that rider can develop a bike, suzuki can't. (i.e., ducati)

as posted before, the question to ask is whether suzuki will be fighting with the factory ducatis... or the satellite ducatis.

Jeremy - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 10:07 PM

Dani Pedrosa and Randy de Puniet would be a great paring on the Suzuki.If Dani wins the title this year he can leave Honda with his head held high and head over to Suzuki for a new challenge.Suzuki should be looking to put an alien on board if they are serious about Motogp. It will show the true gauge of what they have built.

Hook John - Unregistered

May 23, 2013 10:09 PM

all jokes aside, if you have not heard of or seen the two young U.S. kids that I mentioned, Cameron Beaubier and Jake Gagne, you should look them up. Both of them are very fast no matter what series they are in. The both very hungry,and I do believe they or being over looked just for being in the screwed up us ama series.


May 23, 2013 10:16 PM

Most of these boys have had a shot in MotoGP, Cal is deserving but he kind of screwed himself not signing a 2 year with Tech3 and then saying they hadn't confirmed an extension with Yamaha. An extension surely is a give in. I think results oft the poll show Cal as the choice because he doesn't have a ride next year rather than being most deserving.

I think Redding should get a shot at it.

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