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26/09/08 09:14 i at Suzuki’s home GP in Motegi

Suzuki MotoGP racer Capirossi was on the pace at Motegi in during today’s free sessions as he clocked the fifth time.

Capirossi (1’48.779, 42 has won the last three Motegi Prix and as this afternoon’s wore on he started to discover the around the 4,801m Japanese that has given him so much He worked hard with his and made a plethora of changes to his GSV-R during both morning’s wet session and the hour in the on a drying track. Capirossi is of more improvements as he goes in of that fourth win in succession at

Chris Vermeulen (1’49.664, 42 recorded the 16th fastest as he looked to obtain the optimum for his machine to allow him the find the through Motegi’s complex that he was searching for. He his best time on his final lap of the day as the that he and his crew made to come to fruition and leave him a clear direction for tomorrow.

Suzuki’s regular riders joined this weekend by Team Rider Kousuke making his first appearance of the Akiyoshi (P19, 1’50.879, 36 will provide valuable data during this for the Factory to assist in the development of the GSV-R, as Suzuki looks to next year.

This session was held in persistent which fortunately eased up in for the track to dry out in the afternoon — very grey and overcast Today’s fastest time was set by Stoner on his Bridgestone equipped

Rizla Suzuki MotoGP have another practice tomorrow morning with all riders taking part in the qualifying session to secure the possible grid positions for 24-lap race that underway at 14.00hrs local (05.00hrs GMT).


“It has not been too bad at the end of the day because we did struggle a bit morning in the rain to begin but at the end of the session we found a good that we were happy This afternoon we had the first to ride with slick and even though the condition of the is not 100% we managed to get in a whole in the dry and we tried many things on the

We made small steps time we went out and although we are not so far the front on positions we are quite far on time, so we must keep hard and try 100% to go better This is an important race for me it is a special race for Suzuki and I the track and have won the last times here. I think it will be difficult to win here — but why not?”


“In the wet this morning we struggled a lot to get rear grip with the and the guys worked really between the sessions to improve but by this afternoon it had dried out to use slick tyres and we had a similar with the bike in the fact the set-up wasn’t exactly We’ve got some ideas and important data from so I am sure that we can come much stronger tomorrow and be a lot further forward.”

Kousuke Akiyoshi:

“I have had a few with the bike today and I had a as well which didn’t with getting the bike right. We can’t quite get the from the bike that we and we still have a lot of things to out with engine braking and as it is very inconsistent, but I know the will sort it out for tomorrow and we make big steps!”

Paul – Team Manager:

“Loris had a weekend at Indianapolis and we had some discussions yesterday to make that we lifted ourselves to where things should be it’s great to see him back in style today and putting the up amongst the fastest riders. are still a large number of improvements we need to make, but the point from today is not too bad at

“In the only dry session we had today wasn’t able to find the solutions to let him push to the maximum, but he improved dramatically towards the end of the and he and Tom know exactly where the can be made, so we fully expect to be pushing Loris hard and up the fastest riders tomorrow.

“It is to see Akiyoshi san out there. As he showed last year his level is high but it just didn’t click for him today. I am sure he will work with his overnight to assess the data have collected today and out on the … tomorrow!”

A-Style Grand Prix of Free Practice Classification:

1. Stoner (Ducati) 1’48.121: 2. Pedrosa (Honda) +0.073: 3. Rossi (Yamaha) +0.389: 4. Dovizioso (Honda) +0.649: 5. CAPIROSSI (RIZLA SUZUKI +0.658: 16. CHRIS VERMEULEN SUZUKI MOTOGP) +1.543: 19. AKIYOSHI (RIZLA SUZUKI +2.758:

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