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Matthew Birt  says:

Eugene Laverty rubbishes Suzuki MotoGP link

Eugene Laverty has rubbished suggestions that his new World Superbike deal with Suzuki comes with a guarantee that he will switch to the Japanese factory’s MotoGP project in 2015. The Irishman ended a turbulent few weeks surrounding his future when he inked a deal to join the British-based Crescent Suzuki effort earlier this week. Laverty had been linked with Aspar and Pramac...

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Aug 02

Posts: 315

cthwaites says:

That overtake...

Was one of the best I've ever seen. Give the man any ride he wants. Aprila will rue not giving him full factory

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Jun 11

Posts: 563

ratchetman says:

Alex Lowes

 More chance of Alex Lowes riding it in2015 

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Feb 13

Posts: 1277

AlexDAbomB69 says:

More chance

 of Esteve Rabat riding it and an American as I reckon the  money to run a moto gp campaign for Suzuki will be from Michael Jordon Motorsports.

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Nov 09

Posts: 315

diceman23 says:

 There certainly seem to be more riders being linked to that 2015 ride than there are seats available

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Oct 08

Posts: 46

hondmog says:

gp ride

The only place I saw the promise of the Suzuki Motogp ride was

in MCN , but there again they have trouble getting things right

if it isn't about Rossi

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