WSBK » Suzuki – Mid-term report


With seven rounds of the 2011 World Superbike Championship completed, Crash.net takes a look at how the seven manufacturers have fared thus far. Next up, Suzuki…

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nobodyknow - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 3:40 PM

If the rumour was right, then we can call it a GOOD news..!!

Maybe they will be poised to drag Haslam back to the squad or maybe they can hijack Tom Sykes from Paul Bird's squad..

Just keep my fingers cross :)

cerv750

July 08, 2011 5:08 AM

Get your act together Suzuki and get behind this team! If you think running around at the back of the GP grid is doing your image any good you are VERY much mistaken. While we're at it you should have a look at world Supersport, you release a brand new GSXR600 and don't even have one on the grid. Who ever is in charge of Suzuki's road racing division should be shot.

Nick636

July 08, 2011 6:14 AM

Road racing team... WHAT ABOUT THEIR MARKETING TEAM?

VW & Audi have no interest in F1 as it bears no fruit to the cars they build. Whereas, with any company that builds a super / supersport bike, WSBK, WSS and Motogp have EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE PRODUCT YOU SELL. Look how Ducati's success boosts their sales. As did happen with Aprilia and the RSV-4.

Languishing at the back of Motogp and occasionally getting a result in SBK aint doing them no favours. BAD FORM SUZUKI! Get your S#1T sorted.

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