Aprilia, Suzuki ready to test at Misano

Four of the seven manufacturer set will test at Misano ahead of next week's round at the Adriatic circuit.
Aprilia, Suzuki, Yamaha and BMW will take to the track at Misano this week as the countdown to the second-half of the 2010 World Superbike Championship gets underway.

After a month-long summer break, World Superbikes resumes at Misano on June 25th with a run of six rounds in Europe that will conclude with the Magny-Cours finale in October.

The teams are keeping busy however, with series leaders Aprilia and Suzuki taking new parts to Misano in an attempt to get the edge on one another in their fight for this year's title.

Additionally, Yamaha and BMW – who tested at Mugello last week – will be present with their riders.

Ducati will not participate after completing two days of testing at Misano over the weekend as part of World Ducati Week, while Ten Kate Honda will focus its attentions on getting miles under its belt at its Assen base instead.

Tagged as: Honda , Yamaha , Misano , Ducati , Suzuki , BMW , Aprilia

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June 16, 2010 8:14 PM

Hahaha throw more money into the Motogo effort?? OMG you have seriously got to be joking. So let me get this straight....when suzuki have a chance of final winning something they instead decide to concentrate on a project that hasnt achieved jack$hit in years!!! Good god! the Suzuki racing directors need to be flogged. Yup i can pretty much see Max ridng off into the distance....jee Suzuki need to get their priorities straight. Meanwhile..gooo Honda!! :)

Can someone enlighten me about Suzuki's decision not to support Alstare with any further technical assistance. Kindly advise where this information can be found because I'm curious to know its origens. have reported that Leon Haslam is testing new forks & a new spec engine at Misano. The test is taking place over two days (15 & 16 June). Surely, these parts are supplied by the factory which is clouding this issue a bit more! Suzuki should be pulling out all the stops to secure the WSBK rider's title in their 50th year of racing, especially after the early season promise shown by Leon. To suddenly withdraw their support halfway through the season makes no sense at all.

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