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July 14, 2015 8:54 AM

MotoGP » Suzuki struggles, eager for test, seamless ‘soon’

armin899: PaulW54: No doubt, and I really support Suzuki's effort as I believe the more teams the better. Hopefully in 2017 With KTM, Aprilia, Ducati and Suzuki(skeptical about the Japanese) they can gather the 66% required vote and knock Honda off the throne. A lots of things will change after 2017 and hopefully we'll have a level playing field. and of course i am counting hugely on Michelin because they don't have the Japanese ethic of "Only help the Japanese and kick the non-Jap"
Armin899, you certainly seem to be anti Japanese. Are you Chinese? Japanese have dominated the world championship since the 1970s. What would we have without them, I reckon not much.


July 13, 2015 11:01 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki struggles, eager for test, seamless ‘soon’

armin899: So much sympathy for Suzuki. Here are a certain fans attacking Ducati every time they get a chance yet they support Suzuki as if they are not under concession. After three years of development, testing, concession....etc and with the big pocket of Suzuki they haven't managed a podium. In other hand Ducati, have managed 6 podiums with a brand new bike in less than 6 month and they are receiving all sorts of spiteful criticism from a certain Suzuki owners. As I mentioned before, it is because of a certain syndrome that makes them feel very bad every time they see a gorgeous Panigale next to their pig ugly GSXs.
Real Moto GP fans want to see ALL manufacturers do well, not just the brand they supposedly own-ride. That is the reason so many want to see Suzuki do well and support them. Ducati did well at the start of this season but progression has now stalled. I was really hoping for a Ducati win this season but that now looks unlikely. If you think Suzu

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