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Matthew Birt  says:

Exclusive Pics: Randy de Puniet tests Suzuki MotoGP bike

These are the first pictures of French rider Randy de Puniet making his debut on Suzuki’s new 1000cc MotoGP project at the Twin Ring Motegi track in Japan this week.The current Aspar Aprilia rider has been given special permission by Spanish team boss Jorge Martinez to carry out a series of test and development rides for Suzuki ahead of a...

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Bobby

Are you for real ?  Did you find your humour in the book of Casey Stoner's post race comments ?

I thought so -   give me a slapping ?   You may have a problem - me - 6ft 4in, 16 stone, body like Triple H.  Bring it on.

By the way the American thing was a wind-up but your limited comprehension probably precluded you from recognising it.

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trailler

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trailler says:

Syke's

deserve's the Suzuki ride , he's taken the kwak from a nothing bike to a title winning rocket.

Come on kwak/Suzuki , give him a GP bike to play with.....:sunglasses: 

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Bob Buttamasangy

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Saturn, lie down on the floor and practice getting back up for an hour or two... you're gonna need it mate cause I've scraped bigger pieces of shit off the bottom of my boots!

Not too clever but you can lift heavy things, obvious by the puerile nature of your comments, I don't remember a constructive one from you yet.

Cheers.

 

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TrumpetTriple

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BOB

That made me laugh which was good for the start of the working week, anyone who has to describe themselves with regards size etc has issues .. usually small in the knob too.   

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ThePornstar

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ThePornstar says:

Sweet

That Suzuki looks nice. Cal and Tom dream team sounds like a plan to.

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weskit

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weskit says:

what big losses

Suzuki aren't doing too badly of late. Their automobile division is doing just as well as it ever has, and while their motorcycle sales haven't recovered from the absolute shellacking they got post 2007 (way more than honda or yamaha) the losses are "under control" which is why they are in a position to return to MotoGP in the first place.

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

The next picture in the frame shows randy being airlifted out of a hay bale and the team of 'air crash investigators' trying to piece together what they think is the result of a plane crash.. Suzuki please don't fuck up all your good work by putting DeAccidentprone on it.. Bautista proved by not 'improving ' that the Suzuki was a pretty good bike in it's 'previous' last year. Cal would be perfect both from a compettive and comparative perspective..ps Good to see you back Suzuki..

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Americans?

I think that Suzuki could be eyeing an american as they sell shed loads there because of the AMA races. But who is there. Spies could be a bargain if the paddock think he is past it. What about an Australian like Brookes? Maybe with the shift in interest to SE asia that Jarvis was talking about, maybe bring in an asian rider. Cal would imo with Redding or Aleix Espargero be the best men for the job but its a funny old world and anything can happen.

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Suzuki

That'll be a piss poor team then rev !

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Rev

Looks like Crutchlow's comments in MCN mean he's expecting to lose out to Espargaro. So where does he go ? Don't really expect Rossi to retire till the end of his contract which only leaves the Ducati - if Spies and Iannone go to Suzuki (obviously speculation at this stage) then it leaves two rides with Pramac.   Cal and Redding ?

Don't let Bobby Buttersby  hear you mention a Yank in connection with Suzuki  he'll want to give you a slapping. Honestly a sense of humour is sadly lacking among some posters.

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