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Matthew Birt  says:

Dorna right to deny Suzuki new entry in 2014

MotoGP bosses are right not to give Suzuki an automatic entry to return with a new full factory 1000cc effort in the 2014 world championship. Suzuki has been told by Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta that it won’t be given a new entry to re-join the grid next year, but will have to negotiate a deal to collaborate or buy-out an existing...

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grayzx7r

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grayzx7r says:

Sod off Suzuki

At last a common sense report which is right in every respect. Suzuki had their chance and buggered up, serves them right.If they don't like then sod off, we don't care! It's nice to hear that no factory is bigger than the sport.

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grayzx7r

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grayzx7r says:

Sod off Suzuki

At last a common sense report which is right in every respect. Suzuki had their chance and buggered up, serves them right.If they don't like then sod off, we don't care! It's nice to hear that no factory is bigger than the sport.

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Bob Buttamasangy

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What sort of fuckwit would reject the chance of another factory bike on the grid?

If they have a minimum numbers quota, that's fkn great, having one more cannot be a bad thing.

Ezpeleta is just a sad old fuck who couldn't manage a good shit and it would actually be interesting to see what excuses he might try to stop Stoner rejoining if it were to happen, cause clearly he is still fuming with suzuki after they shat in his yellow custard.

 

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petedj

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petedj says:

Myopic Dorna

Moto GP needs Suzuki more than Suzuki needs Moto GP. Dorna should welcome them back and anyone else who wants to enter a team. Rossi will not be there to pull in the crowds for ever. They are heading down sh*t creek and need all the paddles they can get.

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yzrm1

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yzrm1 says:

SuZuKi

This story is just crap and nothing in this story is clear. like this: "The rookie rule was also changed to make Suzuki exempt, while up until this season, Honda, Yamaha and Ducati couldn’t immediately hire fresh young talent to ride in its factory team." Yes Honda suddenly could, with marq," And who made those stupid rules rookies must be in a private team first.......suzuki didn't make that rule.! So Dorna was burning them selfs with al those mental ill rules! because now it can.........

Or this one: " Let’s take Aspar as an example. If he has a two-year deal with Suzuki for 2014 and 2015 and Suzuki suddenly decides to pull out, then Aspar still survives and he can work with another factory."  this is what i think. "if suzuki wont come back and other factory's dont JOIN motogp aspar is nowere eighter, and has to leave. So all intrest is to welcome suzuki big time!!!

And another one: " Dorna is right not to sacrifice an existing team that has supported the series in favour of welcoming back a major factory."

What i think on this. If dorna dont want an MAJOR Factory then REMOVE HONDA AND YAMAHA and DUCATI from 2014 on. because suzuki is one of the smallest factory's.

Just like PETEDJ say: motogp needs suzuki more then suzuki needs motogp. if they would build that bike for wsbk it will be alot better for suzuki, for sales and all other things! And i also agree with BOB: Calimero i9s just a sad old fuck. Ducati also had thiere change but motogp can do it easely without them because ducati = crt level!! we dont need that!!!!!!!!!!!! bring back suzuki at all costs!!!!! oh and i have one thing to say to calimero..... its very simpel........DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Chrisb970

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Chrisb970 says:

I hate to break it to you bobby boy but...

Stoner ain't coming back. Have you not heard!? He's gone fishing...

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racingfan99

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racingfan99 says:

If Ducati (a pretty small bike company) have been able to afford to run 2 full factory bikes plus several others in Motogp then it was a lame excuse from Suzuki to cut their bikes down to one, and then walk away all together with little warning.
It would be brilliant to have a couple of factory Suzuki’s lining up on the grid again. They have a great tradition in this sport BUT I reckon it’s not an unreasonable point to state they need to commit to staying in Motogp at least 3 years…just so everyone knows where they stand.
 

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TrumpetTriple

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Suzuki GP

Good to see petedj and bobby boy completely missing the point here, Also, Suzuki really do need MOTOGP, sales are poor, they need a charismatic rider in MOTOGP to boost their profile again, sad to say it but personality does increase sales for these firms, that is the main reason Rossi is back @ Yamaha. 

They will be back, probably with Aspar ...

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

We discussed all this last week on and almost identical thread.    Welcome back Suzuki at any price - the more factory bikes the better.

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bluehaze60

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bluehaze60 says:

For once I agree with espolita on this .it was an open rumour that they were pulling out in 2011 , they even went to the Valencia test with randy de puniet & he was begging them to stay , they put in some respectable times & then pulled out, so espolita is right to make them go to an existing team,Suzuki pulled out of moto gp because of joint venture with Volkswagen & the left them 1.9 billion euros out of pocket so that their reason for quitting.

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