WSBK » WSBK 2011 Preview - Suzuki


The start of the 2011 World Superbike and Supersport season is just days away, so Crash.net weighs up the contenders manufacturer-by-manufacturer.

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p-dizzle - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 10:03 PM

I love my GSXR-750 and feel it to be the best bike I've ever ridden... That being said, Suzuki should be EMBARRASED with their level of competiveness... If I didn't know much about bikes and was in the market for one I would def not consider them based off their pathetic results. One bike in motogp and what amounts to basically a satelite team in WSBK.. I have more respect for Kawasaki cus at least they're giving a full effort on the WSBK front... Robert Sr. and Schwantz should both fly out to Japan and tell them never to use their likeness again with their brand.

Hotastotus - Unregistered

February 22, 2011 10:30 PM

Some people need to get over the idea that racing really means that much to any road bike anymore.
Suzuki don't put the resources in because (a) they don't have them and (b) it's no big deal as it has become almost completely meaningless to the road bikes.
As in the past Suzuki may leave racing and come back....and win championships.
But it doesn't really make a lot of difference to their road bike range (which, fanboy marque boosting aside, is easily the equal of anyone elses).

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