WSBK » Alstare updates on Suzuki situation


Suzuki is prepared to maintain a presence in the World Superbike Championship next season, but its factory involvement will be kept fairly minor.


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p-dizzle - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 7:58 PM

Hopper should run, not walk from this disaster.. Yeah they're fine and good on the club and national level but they can't do anything lately on any world stage. It feels like they don't even want to be there let alone try to win. This is Hopper's last real crack at it and I know he want's to be loyal but he needs to give himself the best chance to win and sadly it's not on a Suzuki... Corser and Roberts success was a long long long time ago....

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