WSBK » Alstare to stay with Suzuki or withdraw

Francis Batta says his Alstare team will not race in the World Superbike Championship if Suzuki also withdraws, scuppering suggestions it is in talks with Kawasaki for 2012.

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nobodyknow - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 3:29 PM

"Suzuki Alstare team manager Francis Batta has gone on the record to say he will not consider switching his allegiance to another World Superbike manufacturer, adding that he wouldn't compete unless it was with Suzuki."

As a Suzuki greatest fan, i really really happy with Francis Batta commitment towards Suzuki. Damn!! I love this guy and his team.

I hope Suzuki will be back with full support next year on a All New GSXR1000 for the Alstare Team.

Keep my fingers cross hehehe

peter - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 4:38 PM

We are suzuki fans, from Leicester, and would like SUZUKI to hold their wsbk team, as they deserve this support.The way how Batta wrote this release means he is loyal , a great MAN !

henr76 - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 4:42 PM

Alstare with suzuki won several World titles in World Supersport , in World Superstock , and in WSBK. SUZUKI you need this team to support your fighting image. Today you need to handle and to stay next to need them

klausPeter - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 11:29 AM

Im from germany, I suffering reading this statement which means a loyalty sign to suzuki from Mr.Batta and hope that suzuki may read it ! You did so much for this brand, suzuki don't let them down.

edouardo - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 12:19 PM

We are supporting allstare and suzuki since they took lavilla e fonsi nieto who won in qatar.....please suzuki you need this structure to get on pace again with your selling. If you want to quit, this will be a real desaster for your company.

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