Team Suzuki Ecstar's launch ahead of the 2021 MotoGP season will take place at 09:00 this Saturday, March 6, at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar.
Suzuki and Joan Mir’s 2020 MotoGP world titles are to be celebrated this weekend [27 February] by Football League club the MK Dons, with the League One outfit wearing a commemorative shirt for Saturday’s fixture with Oxford United.
The new Hayabusa's reveal and impending launch has been cause for much jubilation, and now the third iteration of the legendary hyperbike has been up in lights on the Cromination billboard, located on Cromwell Road in Earls Court, London.
There aren’t many more iconic and immediately recognisable silhouettes in motorcycling, and the GSX1300R Hayabusa wowed the two-wheeled world when it was launched in 1999. We’ve taken a look at its origin, the revamps, the stories, and the launch of the third generation.
Suzuki has announced details of its latest generation Hayabusa, with the new - and hotly-anticipated - third iteration of the legendary hyperbike coming with over 550 new parts, including:
Buildbase Suzuki has announced that Danny Kent and Gino Rea will ride its GSX-R1000R superbikes in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship in 2021, while Tim Neave remains with the Mallory Park-based squad and will contest the National Superstock 1000 Championship.
Team Suzuki MotoGP Test Rider Sylvain Guintoli talks about his role in helping develop the World Championship-winning Suzuki GSX-RR.
Watch Suzuki's first new model reveal of 2021 live at 07:00 on Friday 5 February.
Suzuki has released a new teaser video today (28 January), as it gears up for its first new model reveal of the year
Suzuki is set to launch a new Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon, a next-generation communications platform that fans of Suzuki motorcycles can use on their laptop or smartphone from February 5*.
The 2021 EWC rider lineup has been confirmed for Yoshimura SERT, with MotoGP test rider Sylvain Guintoli spearheading the squad.
After eight years at the helm of Team Suzuki Ecstar in the role of team manager, Davide Brivio and Suzuki have announced an end to their collaboration.