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Suzuki finance deals-Moto GP results-Honda RC213V-S badge revealed


Suzuki have announced a new finance deal which is effective immediately across their GSXR motorcycle range which includes the 1000,750 and 600cc models. The brand have revealed that their GSXR models are available with a deposit of £1.00 and a zero percent finance offer is also on the cards with the range. Just to add to the excitement, Suzuki have also included a Yoshimura exhaust with all GSXR models as completely standard. This is a great deal on the models which are some of the finest selling motorcycles that the world has ever seen. So if you're looking for that something special when it comes to a new motorcycle, this offer could be just the thing for you.

 

The Honda RC213V-S badge is revealed

Honda have revealed the new logo for their new RC213V-S motorcycle which is to be the closest public road experience to that of a Moto GP motorcycle ever. The brand have not revealed the bike as of yet but we have seen renderings in the past of just what the bike could look like. It is expected that the all new machine will be revealed on the eleventh of June aswell as the cost that is going to come along with it. Prices have recently been suggested of around £115,000 for the new model. This is yet to be confirmed though. Order books on the new model are expected to open up though as soon as the bike is revealed. This new model is to be the result of thirteen years worth of toying with the idea of this road bike to which Honda finally made the decision to go ahead. This is the bike this year that we are the most excited for.

 

Your latest update from the Moto GP

Well another race weekend has been and gone and still we are left in the same situation as we were before we went in. Valentino Rossi still leads the world championship at the top spot but the only difference is now that he only does it by a total of six points. Just behind him in the second place position rests Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo who dominated the race with a first place finish followed up by Andre Iannone in second and Rossi who just managed to get on the podium in third. It was a disappointing race for defending Moto GP world champion Marc Marquez who crashed out just a couple of laps before the end of the race. On the other hand for his teammate from Repsol Honda Dani Pedrosa,he managed a fourth place finish after arm surgery a number of weeks ago. The next race day comes your way on the fourteenth of June from Catalunya Spain.