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Matthew Birt  says:

Kevin Schwantz plays down 2014 Suzuki MotoGP link

Kevin Schwantz has played down rumours that he will spearhead Suzuki’s planned return to the MotoGP world championship in 2014. Rumours linking the Texan legend with running Suzuki’s new 1000cc project in 2014 surfaced again last month, though the 1993 world champion has played down any potential management role. Suzuki is planning to race its new GSV-R 1000cc bike in selected wild...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (21 September 2012 11:25)

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Aug 11

Posts: 700

Bootlegger says:

Bwah wah wah

Spies and his mate Stoner have and will experience Ducati. Suzuki and Schwantz ? (Kawa bucket list). Get over it. Send him a Christmas card.

Suzuki and the illustrious tenure at GP 4 stroke era?  Ducati creamed 'em hand over fist. Spare a thought for Chris Vermeulen though.

They are a non entity other than Revin Kevin's moaning about rights to a paycheck.

I actually never did bitch about Schwantz,but when he started trashing Stoner as a racer,he surely got my GOAT.

For sure,you ain't going to see Stoner claiming rights to Philip Island.

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Jul 12

Posts: 3300

wosihound says:


Lawson is a legend but..wosi thinks Bob won't let sleeping dogs lie.

Steady Eddie apparently retired from the GP paddock with a few choice words from Revvin Kevin ringing in his ears. Hardly surprising after this..


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Jan 08

Posts: 7830

kcmc says:


Aren't going to commit to anything with the mess Moto GP is in,by 2014 there may well be no true works bikes so why pour millions into a flawed scheme in a world economic crisis,that's why Honda are very much thinking of a V four thou like the the old RC30-45 750s a bike that will replace the moto GP bike when only CRT type bikes rule the roost,Moto GP will become none full factory bikes,and Moto 2 needs to let all manufacturers in on the engine side of things not just the Honda Moto 2 world championship (as good as it is)  we need all the company's in not just Honda

Hope this makes more sense now,first time i wrote it i had had a drop of the hard stuff:tongue:sorry about that.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

It would be nice to see Suzuki back on the grid it will certainly for sure spice up the grid better then those shoite CRT bikes.

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Jul 06

Posts: 2050

buelligan272 says:

exactly right

hmmmmm.........they know nuthin!

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Dec 08

Posts: 2014

thestig08 says:

the situation

Hmmm yeah he is like you Benny maaaandy Flob he got thrown out the big brother house ! Big brother is watching you ! Halfwit

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Aug 02

Posts: 359

wings1372 says:

MotoGP white elephant

It would be good to see Suzuki back on the grid but I can't help but think they would be much better off investing in WSBK like Kawasaki have done. MotoGP is a sorry state of a series, I prefer to watch BSB and WSBK. Even Moto3 outshines the so called premier class, close racing and plenty of overtaking/close racing.

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