Camier will fly home to Andorra to begin recovery, as he looks to be fit to take part in a WSBK test at Portimao next month, in which Ten Kate is set to bring numerous updates for the Honda Fireblade. … [Read more...] about Camier pulls out of Suzuka 8h with neck injury
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“As usual I like wet conditions, [but] I was in unknown territory with the bike and the track. But yeah I was just happy to bring the bike back to the pitbox and have it ready to go for Taka [Nakagami]. … [Read more...] about “Nervous” Jacobsen “thrown in the deep end” at Suzuka
Kawasaki is chasing its first Suzuka win since 1993, when Scott Russell and Aaron Slight took honours, and its decision to field a full factory effort mirrors that of Honda, which returned to Suzuka with a HRC-run works squad for the first time in a decade last year. … [Read more...] about Kawasaki reveals 2019 Suzuka 8 Hours line-up
Honda’s factory effort will be complemented by eight customer teams, including the three-time racing-winning HARC-Pro outfit, which will field All-Japan Superbike rider Ryo Mizuno and British Superbike racer Xavi Fores alongside a yet-to-be announced third rider. … [Read more...] about Bradl joins Honda’s factory Suzuka 8 Hours line-up
Another Honda outfit F.C.C TSR is a strong contender, thanks to its rider line-up of Josh Hook, Freddy Foray and Mike di Meglio. Former Avintia Ducati rider di Meglio is the new addition to the team and will make his Suzuka 8 Hours debut on the back of a podium finish in the MotoE season opener at Sachsenring. … [Read more...] about Suzuka 8 Hours preview: Can Honda end Yamaha’s hegemony?