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Team Suzuki Press Office - April 5.

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After a prosperous off-season that has included victories in France and the UK, Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MX1 are now ready to 'remove the gloves' for the first round of 15 in the FIM Motocross World Championship in Bulgaria this weekend.

The tall climbs and steep drops of the fast Sevlievo circuit will provide the first serious test of the RM-Z450 works machinery in 2011 and the team will be hunting their third consecutive podium finish at the Grand Prix as well as chasing their maiden victory at the venue.

Read more: SUZUKI SET FOR BULGARIAN MX1 OPENER 

WORLD MX1 - CLEMENT DESALLE INTERVIEW

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Team Suzuki Press Office - March 24.

Third place in 2009 and runner-up in 2010, Clement Desalle is hoping that his career trajectory continues rising for 2011 when the young Belgian faces his sixth season in the FIM MX1 World Championship and just his second as a works Rockstar Energy Suzuki World MX1 rider.

The 21 year old signed off an impressive - if at times painful - first campaign on the RM-Z450WS in 2010 with victory at Fermo in Italy for the Championship curtain-closer and will be hoping for two in a row when the '11 series launches at Sevlievo in Bulgaria on April 10th. Here Desalle talks about his winter of work, impressions of Supercross and confirmation he will be chasing a second Belgian national title.

Read more: Interview Clement Desalle

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INTERVIEW JEREMY DELINCE
18 June 2010

 

 

Some motocross riders hit the international scene with a bang. You can't  miss it. With a dash and a flash they are firmly in the international spotlight. Two recent examples that readily spring to mind are Ken Roczen and Jeffrey Herlings.  Others, though, slide onto the stage more gently, through the side door, as it were. Antonio Cairoli felt the disappointment of not qualifying for a GP burn shallow in his eyes on a number of occasions in his early career. Grant Langston equally so. Many others created an even smaller, stealth fighter-like, radar profile before they raced themselves into the consciousness of the motocross community at large. Examples of this abound.

Read more: INTERVIEW JEREMY DELINCE