The latest breaking news for all things Team Suzuki
  1. The upcoming Aragon GP will be the last European round before the following three far-away races in Asia/Oceania and therefore an important date to consolidate the latest configurations and set ups.
  2. Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing's Roger Hayden and Toni Elias wrapped-up the 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama with Hayden winning Saturday's opening race - his third win of the season - and Elias second in Sunday's wet second race to cap-off his championship-winning season.
  3. Richard Cooper took another podium finish onboard the Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000 at Oulton Park and round 10 of the MCE British Superbike championship, when he finished in second place in Sunday's National Superstock 1000 race, while teammate Sylvain Guintoli recovered from a crash in the opening Superbike race to finish inside the points with 11th in race two.
  4. Fifteen-time Endurance World Champions Suzuki Endurance Racing Team were unlucky to miss-out on a podium position following a chain derailment and two Stop-and-Go penalties at this weekend's Bol d'Or opening round of the 2017-2018 series at Paul Ricard Circuit in southern France
  5. Hunter Lawrence finished off the season on a high note for everyone involved in the Suzuki World MX2 team as the young Australian won his first ever moto, at the MXGP of Pays de Monbeliard. In horrible conditions, Lawrence took a great start on board his RM-Z250 and never looked back, pulling a gap on the rest of the field as they struggled to match his pace in the slippery mud.