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i also think the suzuki situation is a good example of how much a racing presence affects bikes sales,particularly in europe.their sales have dropped off a cliff since they withdrew from moto gp,in turn giving them less money for investment.
sure its tough times for all the japanese manufactureres,
but suzuki really do need to up their game in every aspect of their operation,in todays climate the size of their operation should allow them to change a bit quicker than the larger companies,so lets hope they do it.