Rizla Suzuki

Sport Racing
Country England England
Home town Dorset
Founding year 1960
Series MotoGP

Suzuki has been one of the top teams in Motorcycle Grand Prix racing since 1960. The team has won six individual titles along with seven World Manufacturers’ Championships in its wonderful history. Legends like Barry Sheene, Kenny Roberts Jr. and Kevin Schwantz have all been part of this illustrious team.

The success is not limited to the MotoGP level. In fact, with Troy Corser, Suzuki won the 2005 World Superbike Championships as well and with Ben Spies, they have tasted victory at the AMA level. With many titles in the World Endurance and Supercross championships, Suzuki has been somewhat of a powerhouse with a strong desire to win.

The operations are based out of Hamamatsu in Japan whereas the MotoGP headquarters are in Dorset, England. The Rizla Suzuki Superbike team is also head quartered at the same place.

Suzuki recently acquired the sponsorship of Rizla and hence the new name, Rizla Suzuki. Rizla is the world’s number one selling rolling paper. The Rizla Blue colour has become the team colours for Suzuki ever since they first came onto the scene in the ’80s. With an extremely competitive bike, the team will embark on their toughest journey yet, the 2008 MotoGP season.

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Suzuki to Continue with Australian-Italian pair

Rizla Suzuki’s blue bikes will see a repeat of riders in 2009 with Chris Vermeulen and Loris Capirossi signing on for another season with the factory outfit. The duo have been involved in a number of hectic negotiations over the past few weeks and once agreed upon, team manager Paul Denning was happy to sign them on for another complete season.“We ... Continue reading

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    brad I give this 5 at a 5

    about 10 years ago

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Stoner's Blunder adds to Rossi's Thunder

Casey Stoner seems to be handing over the Championship title to Valentino Rossi by making a number of mistakes, probably a result of pushing himself that extra bit to ensure a win. For the second time in a row, Rosse took advantage of a slip-up by Stoner and took the chequered flag to win the Cardion ab Grand Prix Ceske Republiky. Stoner’s crash an... Continue reading


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Rossi grabs first Laguna Seca win

Valentino Rossi was the only thing that stood in front of Casey Stoner and his winning sequence and at the Red Bull U.S. Gran Continue reading


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Capirossi charting route to return

Loris Capirossi has had the worst Donington Park race he could imagine. No, he didn’t have an accident, in fact, he had to sit in the pit garage and watch the action after his crash at Catalunya earlier in the month led to a broken hand. Although the injury has still not healed properly, Capirossi is raring to get back on his bike this weekend and ... Continue reading



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