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Matthew Birt  says:

Suzuki poised to confirm one-bike plan

Suzuki will officially confirm it will reduce its involvement in the 2011 MotoGP world championship to just one bike after tomorrow’s final race in Valencia. A statement is expected to be released from Japan either late tomorrow (Sunday) or early Monday morning with Suzuki planning to field only one factory GSV-R next season. Suzuki first informed the Spanish rights holders of its...

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kevinschwantz

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Carmelo Ezpeleta

This Guy is trying to act like Mr Ecclestone, just putting fear into manufactures, Ok we all know 2011 will be hard (grid wise), but I bet you if Dorna get the the rules right in 2012, 1000 (proto) or production or whatever then the grids can strengthen, it's still the pinnicle of racing but race fans will never want a plastic series. Racing will always sell bikes, with an acceptable format, so CE stop panicking about plastic rules and move forward!

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boro365

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boro365 says:

plastic rules

kevinschwantz i don't think so much plastic rules as no imagination to move forward, he needs to stop looking at wsbk and get moto GP back to full grids with some good close racing (no I don't know how if I did I wouldn't be driving this truck) as for Suzuki when a road bike is quicker than a prototype or so it seems maybe its time to quit or let someone else run the team sorry to say but something needs to change are Suzuki not embarrassed by this dont they care anymore that they are so slow

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