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Suzuki unveils new 2011

This is the new factory Suzuki that Alvaro Bautista race in the 2011 MotoGP championship.

Sporting a striking livery inspired by Troy Lee in the colours of title sponsor the final 800cc GSV-R is one Suzuki hopes will a consistent top six contender when the new gets underway in Qatar on 20.

This year’s bike a revamped V4 motor designed for horsepower and durability.

A new chassis and combination has also been to improve turning performance, the Mitsubishi engine management has also been upgraded to traction control and anti-wheelie.

Factory team boss Denning told MCN: “We turned the bike on its head and anything radically different for The engine is a higher spec and definitely got some more

It has more push everywhere and a bit better throttle connection. I think top power is much but it is smoother off the bottom. And the electronics are a too.

We did some stuff on destroyed in Sepang that made the much smoother on corner It is not so much about the lap time but the bike easier to ride there is no grip.”

Suzuki has targeted improving its performance in a range of conditions with the chassis and swingarm package.

At the Sepang test in Malaysia in early February, Bautista for different chassis specs.

The has only excelled in searing hot but various chassis, geometry and distribution modifications have introduced to help make the more competitive in cooler with low grip.

Bautista’s best results in his campaign in 2010 came fifth places in Barcelona and races that were run in hot and humid conditions.

Bautista’s engineer Tom O’Kane told “With the chassis we hope it make the bike easier to and smoother in changeable conditions. definitely got better turning

The bike does turn in he middle of the corner and it is pointed a bit more to the exit when wants to get on the throttle. It is only a amount but in every corner it can a big difference.”

Suzuki has cut its involvement in the class in 2011 to just one the Japanese factory blaming the impact of the global financial for its decision.

Denning recently senior management talks in prior to the second Sepang but told MCN it was still too early to Suzuki’s future strategy for the new four-… MotoGP format in

He said: We exchanged some and opinions on the future but no firm has been made by Suzuki as the future. But they were useful discussions and it was a positive about 2012 and Suzuki’s

I think there’s an awareness of the of being in MotoGP for the promotion of the brand and the development of future

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