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PICS: Magny-Cours test – Day 2

Tom Sykes tests the new Kawasaki together with BMW, Yamaha, Aprilia and Suzuki for the first time.
The second day of post-season World Superbike testing is well underway at Magny-Cours with Kawasaki stealing the headlines as they gave the new ZX-10R its public debut.

Tom Sykes and Katsuaki Fujiwara were both on track aboard the much anticipated bike, while the outgoing ZX-10R was trialled for the first time by promising Supersport racer Gino Rea.

Once again BMW, Yamaha Sterilgarda, PATA Aprilia and Suzuki Alstare were present with their respective riders, while Kawasaki also had their Supersport and Superstock team on track with various 'pilots'.

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Tagged as: Yamaha , Kawasaki , Suzuki , BMW , Aprilia , Magny-Cours

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