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Suzuki pleased with Magneti Marelli progress

Ahead of Suzuki's MotoGP™ return in 2015, it began testing last year with an ECU supplied by fellow Japanese company Mitsubishi. However, with 2014 marking the season from which every bike in the field must run ECU hardware supplied by Dorna Sports and Magneti Marelli, Suzuki began testing the...

Published on February 15 2014, 21:04
Source: www.motogp.com
 

Following each of the races so far this season in Qatar, Texas and Spain, those using the Magneti Marelli ECU (Electronic Control Unit) have been reporting back to the Italian company to inform of the changes they would like. In line with these requests, the first significant software update was... 

Cecchinelli commented: "We are very pleased with the results so far. The system was very good out of the box as Magneti Marelli delivered it, but now we are starting to improve it. "We did an important test after Jerez, and the results were satisfying. We are using the new software here, which... 

Suzuki's MotoGP return is drawing closer. Speaking to Crash.net's Peter McLaren, Suzuki test rider Nobuatsu Aoki confirmed that testing on the brand new bike - an inline four with a big-bang firing order - was progressing well and that the bike would make its first public outing at the post-race... 

Suzuki's last MotoGP podium was at the 2008 U.S. Grand Prix with Chris Vermeulen at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. At Valencia, a tough wild-card race weekend with test rider Randy De Puniet exposed engine-reliability and top-speed problems for the new GSX-RR. "It was important to understand the... 

Randy de Puniet of the Suzuki Test Team joined the full-time riders on track as the Japanese factory continue to develop their MotoGP project ahead of a planned return next year. Suzuki will be testing alongside the current field to gauge their progress, with De Puniet having undertaken... 

The 2015 World Superbike season will see a shakeup for the series, as new cost-saving regulations have dramatically altered each bike. For the Crescent Suzuki World Superbike Team, 2015 not only poses a new challenge with the GSX-R1000, but it also introduces a new rider, as Suzuki MotoGP test... 

Having first returned to MotoGP™ testing with a Mitsubishi electronics system, at Sepang earlier this year Suzuki used a Magneti Marelli ECU for the first time. This week, the company – with both de Puniet and Takuya Tsuda at the helm – concentrated on a new specification engine and chassis...