Articles Posted in the " Rizla Suzuki " Category



  • 2011 France MotoGP: Bautista Determined

    2011 France MotoGP: Bautista Determined

    2011 MotoGP

    Alvaro Bautista returned to action at Estoril just six weeks after breaking his femur in practice for the opening round of the 2011 MotoGP Championship in Qatar.

    Though the Rizla Suzuki pilot was the last rider to finish at Estoril, Bautista proved he can overcome the intense process of physical reconditioning needed to compete in the MotoGP Championship.






  • MotoGP: Hopkins on Rizla Suzuki at Jerez

    MotoGP: Hopkins on Rizla Suzuki at Jerez

    Bautista Broken Leg

    It was assumed that Rizla Suzuki would not be able to replace the injured Alvaro Bautista for the opening round of the 2011 MotoGP Championship, and on Saturday the team confirmed this assumption. But Rizla will be present at round 2 in Jerez.


  • Suzuki MotoGP: Bautista Fractures Femur

    Suzuki MotoGP: Bautista Fractures Femur

    MotoGP News

    The 17-rider MotoGP grid will be lacking its only Suzuki rider this weekend at the Losail International Circuit, Qatar.

    Rizla Suzuki GSV-R’s sole rider, Alvaro Bautista, broke his left femur after a high-side at Turn 15. This immediately ended the Spaniard’s participation in Sunday’s opening round of the 2011 MotoGP Championship.



  • MotoGP: 2011 Rizla Suzuki GSV-R Livery

    MotoGP: 2011 Rizla Suzuki GSV-R Livery

    MotoGP News

    Out of the 17 prototypes donning various colors on the MotoGP grid, the iconic blue on the Rizla Suzuki GSV-R is easiest to spot.

    And for 2011, Rizla is hoping to make its 2011 machine/rider more contemporary, using revised Troy Lee Design-inspired livery that incorporates a "new, contemporary and dynamic Rizla logo."





  • MotoGP: Numbers, Riders & Teams

    MotoGP: Numbers, Riders & Teams

    MotoGP 2011

    Life-long aspirations and intense preparations will once again be put to the test, as racers are gearing-up for the premier MotoGP class. Once again only 17 riders will be will privileged and talented enough to compete for the world title in the top category of motorcycle road racing.


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