SERT Podiums Despite Stop-Go Penalty

Suzuki Endurance Racing Team has finished third in the Albacete 8 Hours World Endurance Championship race in Spain despite being given a Stop-Go Penalty in the opening half of the race. The reigning World Champions – who currently lead the WEC Standings after two rounds – were penalised at 9.30pm last night for not switching […]

GSX-R600 Sets the Pace on the Track

Suzuki’s all new 2011-Model GSX-R600 has been proving itself on race tracks world-wide in the hands of Team Suzuki riders as well as on the road with Suzuki owners and world media. Fast becoming a firm favourite with the motorcycle press globally, the GSX-R600 has been setting the pace in the British, American and Australian […]

Shorai Battery – Help Your Bike Shed Some Pounds

You spend all kinds of money on weight-saving goodies for your motorcycle, then eat a giant breakfast burrito with extra cheese prior to your ride. A contradiction, perhaps. Well, order up a large side of home fries because we just saved you another four pounds, maybe more. It’s not a new diet plan. It’s the […]

SERT Wins World Endurance Opener

Suzuki Endurance Racing Team has won the opening round of the 2011 Qtel World Endurance Championship – the 24-hour 75th-Anniversary Bol d’Or at Magny Cours in France. The GSX-R1000-mounted reigning World Champions crossed the line at the 3pm finish with 814 laps completed; six laps clear of race-long rivals SRS Kawasaki (808 laps), BWM Motorrad […]

Sert Ready to Defend WEC Title

World Endurance Champions Suzuki Endurance Racing Team will defend its title in 2011 with a permanent team in the six-round Championship that gets underway next month at Magny Cours in France. The French squad, who won the 2010 title despite not competing in all rounds, will comprise long-standing member Vincent Philippe, Freddy Foray, Japanese regular […]