MotoGP » Suzuki a 'maybe' for MotoGP 2014

Suzuki, which quit MotoGP at the end of 2011 due to the financial crisis, is still working towards a 2014 return.

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Amartya Ghosh - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 9:20 AM

The problem with Suzuki is that they operate on a TLTL policy,i.e. too little, too late. What's more, they lack a team of qualified engineers to lead from the front.What they do have instead is a bunch of cost-accountants moonlighting as engineers. Developing a motogp bike is a job for engineers, not for those bean-counters. But after all, it's to be expected from a company-president who has no engineering degree, and no understsnding of a top-flight motogp bike either.

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