MotoGP » Brivio upbeat following three-day Suzuki shakedown

'During these days we have made positive improvements on settings; and especially in the electronics area, which will drive our future development' - Davide Brivio

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September 19, 2013 1:05 PM

I think Suzuki would benefit by providing a total of 4 prototypes on the grid to accelerate development. They need to secure the young guns from Moto2 who would really push the bike. Heck, I would even entertain sniping Casey Stoner away from Honda as a test rider.


September 19, 2013 2:47 PM

Give it to a satalite team in 2014, stick the standard ecu on and take what ever Dorna offer, then go after Sykes the inline 4 thrasher.

Why wait to 2015! learn the the big Suzooks abilities NOW.

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