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Suzuki Alstare announces technical sponsor

Ionbond will sponsor Suzuki Alstare's 2011 World Superbike Championship campaign.
Suzuki Alstare has announced a new technical sponsor in the form of Ionbond beginning from the second round of the 2011 World Superbike Championship season.

The Belgian-based team, which is campaigning just a single GSX-R1000 for Michel Fabrizio in 2011, will pair up with Ionbond, an internationally recognised leader in high performance coasting technology for wear protection, decorative and low friction applications.

Ionbond has a well established portfolio across a range of industries, including automotive, sport and building.

Suzuki Alstare is currently without a title sponsor and have been since it parted ways with BRUX towards the end of the 2009 World Superbike season.



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