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Matthew Birt  says:

Suzuki plan five European tests of new 1000 MotoGP bike

Suzuki plans to pitch its new factory 1000cc MotoGP bike against Honda, Yamaha and Ducati in at least three public tests in Europe in 2013. The Japanese factory will also take part in two private tests this season as it plots a full-time return to the MotoGP world championship with a two-rider effort in 2014. While there is no approval for a...

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Greedy dorna

Why make it hard for manafacturers to go Moto gp racing. What if you won 135 million on the euro millions and thought fuck it and bought rcv engines and put them in harris frames. Sorry you cant you might leave in 2 years, so what?!? Any one should be able to buy 6 engines off of a factory, any factory and I mean a full blooded fire breathing moto gp prototype V5, V6, twin or whatever and have a go. There are enough companies in the world that make engines. I am sure Dorna would turn round to Aprilla, BMW, KTM, Kawasaki or whoever fuck off dont need you or your money were happy with 6 bikes racing competitively. If you have good riders and your machine can go round in an allotted time so that it is safe for all involved then why not. I think Dorna wanted to much money thats why Suzuki and Kawasaki left. It cost both teams 26 million each to pull out of moto gp. Now that Dorna own WSBK its either going to be good for the sport and make it easier for factory teams to go over to Motogp from WSBK or it will back fire and the fans will vote with their feet and fuck Motogp out of it to watch a grid full of bikes and a championship where one of twelve riders could win a race instead of 3.

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