Fans of the MotoGP event were probably disappointed to learn that Suzuki decided to step out of the contest after the recession. Well, today we have good news for them. The motorcycle manufacturer is already intensively testing the new XRH-1 bike together with Randy de Puniet, the racer who is currently part of TeamAspar.
The new Suzuki will be ready for the track by 2015, even though it had been initially scheduled for 2014. Reports say that a single day of testing was enough for de Puniet to come extremely close to the top time records of other MotoGP teams (within seven tenths of a second close). We reckon the championship will be really exciting in 2015!