Racing success really helps promote the brand and Suzuki’s Alex Rins was lapping it up after his first MotoGP win with victory at the American Grand Prix.
In a drama-packed race, at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, he went from his third-row grid spot to join the podium battle on the Suzuki GSX-RR.
The Suzuki-mounted Spaniard sat second in the closing stages, stalking race leader Valentino Rossi before executing a clean, well-planned pass for the lead.
The GSX-RR MotoGP racer is the thoroughbred racer with which the GSX-R1000R shares much of its DNA, using the GSX-RR’s variable valve timing system to boost low-down torque and peak power. A suite of hi-tech, race-bred electronics includes launch control, quickshifter and auto-blipper, and a 10-stage, lean angle-sensitive traction control system.
It is also currently available on 0% APR finance and is available for £159 per month (plus optional final payment), with a deposit of £2,916.