2013 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Fixi Crescent
Back to 2013 season the team Fixi Crescent Suzuki Paul Denning was ready to replace the venerable race against other factory teams. For Crescent, will battle Fixi fought hard, with a little bit of support coming from Suzuki Motor Co., as well as with news that it will not build a team Yoshimura GSX-R1000 engine race.
Instead, the rider Leon Camier and Jules Cluzel will ride the machines that have been built at home by racing crews Crescent, while the Yoshimura R & D continues with the GSX-R1000 and do long-term development for the team. Take private tests at Phillip Island on February 14-15, and then after the official WSBK test at the same place at the end of the week on February 18 and 19, Crescent Suzuki Fixi courage will finally be tested with first race of the World Superbike on Sunday, February 24.
“The most important thing in the first step towards 2013 season Leon Camier pledges future to Crescent Suzuki team FIXI and GSX-R,” said team manager Paul Denning. “In my opinion the Leon is mostly below the value of the rider in WSBK and great talent by winning potential. After John Hopkins was forced to take the 2013 due to his wounds, we have been very lucky to draw Jules Cluzel team. We are very happy to have him onboard, he has already settled really well and the first impression he certainly will be very interesting to watch! “
“Our working relationship with Yoshimura has also changed, so we at Crescent now establish and maintain machines in headquarters of the race in Verwood and Yoshimura worked on a long-term basis the development of engine performance,” added Denning. “This task worked well Split, Yoshimura now has much more capacity to concentrate on the development side and we are working very closely with them on a day to day basis.”