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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V4Poweeeer

June 13, 2013 11:35 PM

Dont know about you guys the argument is still that tye rider provides feedback to the engineers. I dont think Casey ever said to his team hey mate I think we need a carbon fibre monocoque frame or Rossi said ooooh we need a crossplane crank, or Hayden said to Honda make the frame loose as possible and slowly strengthen it to find alll about how a motorcycle frame will bend.
No the riders say feels good look how fast I am or this is bad I cant go fast on this heap of ****.

shrodinger

June 15, 2013 3:56 PM

I'm super excited about Suzuki coming back to motogp. I'm not a huge fan of Suzuki and theif street bikes lol. Usually because here in the "states" they are ridden by very very annoying bikers in my opinion . the stunt scene is primarily populated by suzuki bikes and I don't like stunting . I like competition though. I would love to see a competitive suzuki prototype bke as well as Kawasaki,BMW, and aprilia prototype motogp bike. there needs to be more manufactures involved in motogp

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