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DUNLOP & BENNETTS 2017 SUZUKI GSX-R1000 ON PACE AT THE TT

DUNLOP & BENNETTS 2017 SUZUKI GSX-R1000 ON PACE AT THE TT

Practice for this year’s Isle of Man TT races has finally got underway with Michael Dunlop and the Bennetts Suzuki team immediately on the pace with the all-new GSX-R1000.

Bennetts Suzuki on the pace as TT gets underway

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Bennetts Suzuki on the pace as TT gets underway

Practice for this year’s Isle of Man TT races finally got underway today [May 30], with Michael Dunlop and the Bennetts Suzuki team immediately on the pace with the all-new GSX-R1000.

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SUZUKI RM-Z450 RIDERS STRONG AT GLEN HELEN MX

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SUZUKI RM-Z450 RIDERS STRONG AT GLEN HELEN  MX

RCH Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing riders Broc Tickle and Justin Bogle turned in strong performances aboard their Suzuki RM-Z450s in Saturday’s annual Memorial Day weekend Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship event at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California. Tickle logged a 14-4 performance and was credited with a seventh-place overall finish while Bogle notched […]

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Successful race weekend for the BMW S 1000 RR

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Successful race weekend for the BMW S 1000 RR

Six wins and a total of 15 podium finishes on several continents: the BMW S 1000 RR racers can look back onto another successful weekend. Kenny Foray (FRA), 2016 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy winner Jordan Szoke (CAN), Cyril and Florian Brunet-Lugardon (both FRA) and Karel Kanika (CZE) climbed onto the top step of the rostrum […]

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10th PLACE MOTO SCORE FOR JASIKONIS IN FRANCE

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10th PLACE MOTO SCORE FOR JASIKONIS IN FRANCE

Lithuanian Suzuki World MXGP rider Arminas Jasikonis put his RM-Z450WS inside the top-10 in the first moto, on his way to 12th overall at what was an extremely difficult MXGP of France today. The hillside track in Ernee provided the riders with a real challenge as slippery hard-pack was mixed in with some deep ruts which made sure the riders had no chance to relax in either of the two motos.

Jasikonis had this to say about his performance: “It’s been a tough weekend with all the racing. I didn’t get a great start in the first moto and finished 10th. I couldn’t find anywhere to pass Max Anstie, but despite that, I was reasonably happy with the result. It would have been great if I could have got maybe one or two more places, but that was a struggle all weekend, finding good places to pass riders. In the second race, I got a good jump and was around the first corner in third I think, but I didn’t quite reach the holeshot line and crashed out. Lots of riders rode over me, so it changed from good to bad in a very short space of time. I fought through the field from near the back and felt I was doing ok, but then made another mistake to finish up in 17th position.”

“AJ had a good Saturday, he was happy with his riding and I was as well,” said General Manager Stefan Everts. “However, in the first moto he had a bad start and although he was fighting, he finished in 10th position. I don’t think he could have done too much better than that, if you look how tough the competition was in the MXGP class.

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PODIUM PERFORMANCE FOR SUZUKI WORLD MX2 IN FRANCE

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PODIUM PERFORMANCE FOR SUZUKI WORLD MX2 IN FRANCE

Jeremy Seewer put his Suzuki RM-Z250 on the podium once again after his two-three moto scores at the MXGP of France, in Ernee. He grabbed good starts and put pressure on the leaders in both his motos and leaves the hillside track with third overall.

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Will Viñales lose out to Bookies favourite Rossi as Italy beckons just a week away?

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Will Viñales lose out to Bookies favourite Rossi as Italy beckons just a week away?

With the 2017 MotoGP races now truly underway, a quick look at the standings and the sports bookies show that this year is looking to set a different sort of trend.

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SUZUKI WORLD MXGP TEAM REFRESHED FOR GERMAN GP

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SUZUKI WORLD MXGP TEAM REFRESHED FOR GERMAN GP

A weekend away from the MXGPs has given the Suzuki World MXGP team a chance to recharge their batteries, but now Arminas Jasikonis, Jeremy Seewer, Hunter Lawrence and Bas Vaessen make their way to Teutschenthal in Germany for the eighth round of the 2017 Motocross World Championships, in what should be a good test for all the riders and their Suzuki machinery.

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GUINTOLI AND IANNONE READY FOR THE FRENCH GP

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GUINTOLI AND IANNONE READY FOR THE FRENCH GP

A special feeling is running through Team SUZUKI ECSTAR on their approach to the 2017 French GP, as the Frenchman Sylvain Guintoli will be participating in place of the injured Alex Rins. Having a local rider debut on the GSX-RR in his home GP is a further positive boost for the Team who want to get over the tough beginning to the season.

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TOUGH SX SEASON CAPPED-OFF WITH MID-PACK FOR BOGLE

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TOUGH SX SEASON CAPPED-OFF WITH MID-PACK FOR BOGLE

After a frustrating night in Las Vegas to close-out the 2017 Monster Energy AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship, plus a challenging season overall, Justin Bogle and RCH/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing finished 13th on Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium and finished the season 18th in the final standings.

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