MotoGP » Denning optimistic over Suzuki’s return to MotoGP


“They said the bike is beautifully put together. It's a prototype race bike [and] not a prototype of the race bike. It really looks like the finished article, very neat, really tidy, and nice to work on” – Paul Denning.

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scooter22

June 12, 2013 4:01 PM

It will be great to get Suzuki back on the grid what i would also like to see is a Full factory Kawasaki Team given the huge leaps they have made in WSBK its OK leasing to CRT but if there is ever to be a challenge on Honda and Yamaha monopoly then it can at the moment only be from rival japanese marques. the Ducati is a pile of pants and i wait to see if the Audi ethos can be adopted by temperamental italian engineers BMW have the money so cant see why they cant put a factory bike into GP and Aprilla leasing engines again given their WSBK efforts should be possible to develop a prototype. So instead of paying over inflated wages as seen in the Rossi report put the money into getting GP back where it belongs on a PAR with F1 and then perhaps these over inflated wages and ego's maybe worth the money

lean two

June 12, 2013 6:42 PM
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Randy makes a good tester as he is currently running in motogp he knows the tires, and the pace but for 2014 they need Cal or Alex Espargaro to competitive or maybe Takaaki Nakagami.

the other thing Carmelo is about to change the 24 grid rule to 28 to make room for Suzuki, the new Mark VDs scott redding team, Sido Pons with Tito Rabat and one other that are gona run the new Yamaha and production Honda bikes.

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