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March 12, 2010 1:31 PM

MotoGP » Rizla Suzuki unveils 2010 challenger

calm down BRIDGESTONE you MUG. I dont use the road as a track. I was pointing out that suzuki make great road bikes. technology for road bikes is based on racing WSBK and MOTOGP. Look at the first CBR600RR. excellent. suzuki put so much care into their road bikes it would be nice to see them do the same for the gp bike. also as for suzuki being the smallest manufacturer on the what. since when did small = extra benefits through pity. grow up. how do you think yamaha would react if they saw that another team was treated better than them just because yamaha had the audacity to spend a fortune on developement and create an amazing bike. get a clue.


March 12, 2010 11:33 AM
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BSB » Brookes tops Guadix test

your talking about a nation that got behind troy bayliss and glen richards to name just two. i think on the whole the brits respond to any talented rider and it is the minority that let everyone else down. these are the same people who go on about casey 'moaner' when the guy had a genuine illness, but on the flip side it is the other nations that look at riders like JT and give him more s**t than just about anyone other rider in the paddock. i just think it detracts from the real issues.


March 12, 2010 11:03 AM

MotoGP » Rizla Suzuki unveils 2010 challenger

why have one rule for suzuki and one for everyone else. why not let ebery other factory except yamaha have extra testing so that everyone can catch up to them and beat them. then the next year yamaha can have extra testing to catch up to them etc etc etc and on and on it goes. there are no special cases. you get out what you put in. how can a manufacturer that makes stunning road bikes keep failing on the track.

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