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Some Thoughts on the Suzuka 8-Hour

Some Thoughts on the Suzuka 8-Hour

Once upon a time, the Suzuka 8 Hour race was a big deal. A very big deal. It was the race the Japanese factories sent their very best riders to compete in, the event often being written into the contracts of the top Grand Prix and World Superbike riders as part of their factory deals. The list...

Published on July 30 2015, 09:52
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

Doug Polen and Aaron Slight Take Sensational 1994 Suzuka 8 Hours Showdown Last ever motorcycle race for Eddie Lawson ... Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Before his battle with cancer, American (and Minnesotan) Tracy Hagen covered the Suzuka 8 Hours for well over a decade. This is his unedited report... 

Polen and Slight Take Sensational Suzuka 8 Hours Showdown 1994 Suzuka 8 Hours Report By Tracy Hagen by tracy hagen Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours Suzuka, Japan July 31, 1994 Margin of Victory Less Than One Second Doug Polen and Aaron Slight narrowly won the third round of the... 

Former 500cc World Champion, Kevin Schwantz, will pair with former Japanese Champion, Satoshi Tsujimoto, in this year's Suzuka 8-Hour race. The duo originally tackled Suzuka together in 1986, ultimately coming in third position. Now the two are back in celebration of Yoshimura's 60th... 

Hale Remembers '95 Suzuka 8 Hours Honda Ride Wednesday, January 07, 2015 Back in the 1980s and 1990s the Suzuka 8 Hour was the single largest roadrace in the world. With my association with Honda, I was invited to do the race on one of their best RVF machines in 1995. I'd done the Suzuka 8 Hours... 

I was trying to think this week how to frame how important the Suzuka 8-Hour Endurance Race is for Japanese motorcycle enthusiasts and Japanese motorcycle manufacturers. It's certainly more prestigious than any single MotoGP or WSBK round, and I would hazard that it is as big of a deal to the... 

In case you missed the story last week, Kevin Schwantz is preparing to race in this year's Suzuka 8-Hour endurance race. The blue ribbon event in Japanese motorcycle racing, a Suzuka 8-Hour win is perhaps the most covetted trophy to have if you are a Japanese motorcycle OEM. The Japanese... 

Stoner took over for the team's starter, Takumi Takahashi after 24 laps. Takahashi entered the pits in second place before passing the bike over to Stoner. The 2007 and 2011 MotoGP Champion worked his way into the lead on his first lap before the crash: From the 20-second mark in the video, the...