MotoGP » Suzuki concludes Phillip Island MotoGP test


The Suzuki MotoGP team has concluded its Phillip Island test, which saw Randy de Puniet joined by Eugene Laverty.


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exloko

June 11, 2014 12:02 AM
Last Edited 200 days ago


difference between official and satellite is lil relative,
obviously is not exactly the shame, but should be some differences
after all, i think we shouldnt just see statistics to explain,
maybe Marquez or (Stoner in his moment) could win on a "good"
satellite, but for sure they would find much more difficults

jlav: randy de pun has had his chance in moto gp so its time for some new blood. everyone is an also ran at the moment to the all conquering duo of marquez and repsol Honda so we need a new team and a new rider to shake things up.



ye, agree about new blood, but to be honest about DePuniet,
he has a great moment in 2010, i think he show enough skills and kudos
to stay at least one more year in (a good) LCR Honda...i think the team replaces him in (obligated by Ezpeleta?) favour by Elias, dont missundestand me, i like Elias too, but not fair drop out DePuniet,
since then he have no "luck"...

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