WSBK » Assen - Free practice times (1)

Jakub Smrz jumps the order late on to go fastest during opening free practice at Assen, just ahead of Ducati counterpart Carlos Checa and Honda's Jonathan Rea.

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SUZOOK - Unregistered

April 16, 2011 7:59 AM

Suzuki's GSXR's will still perform exceptionally well in competions worldwide well into the future. The GSX-R 1000 makes up two thirds of the AMA field, a series that they've dominated for the past decade (8 riders championships). Don't count out Fabrizio this weekend & over the rest of the season (4th in Qual 1). By the way, the BMW's are the slowest four cylinder bikes through the speed traps at Assen so far...Kawa-296kph, Aprilia-295kph,Yamaha-294kph,Honda-293kph, Suzuki-293kph & bringing up the rear...the missile from Munich at 290kph!It is slightly faster than the Duke that recorded 287kph.Suzi might clinch the BSB title this year as well with either Hopper & Brookes.I also expect Guy Martin to win his first TT race aboard the Relentess by TAS Gixxer in 2011,not to mention the Northwest 200.SERT Suzuki is also holding pole position for this weekend's Bol d'Or 24 endurance race in France. Suzuki is in great shape,thank you!I won't even mention how well they've fared in the Australi

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