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The Motorcycle news report 18-05-2015

The Moto GP world championship 2015 officially held its fifth race day yesterday and it proved to be a great day for the Yamaha brand. Former world champion Jorge Lorenzo managed to dominate the race with a first place finish as he was followed in second position by the fan favourite, Valentino Rossi. It was certainly an impressive ride from both riders as a second place finish managed to secure Rossi's number one spot in the championship and also moved Lorenzo into second place just ahead of Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso who managed to secure a third place position yesterday at Le Mans France. The Championship is certainly hotting up with current world champion Marc Marquez riding for Honda in fourth place in the overall standings looking to get back into the mix in two weeks time when the biggest racing league in the world returns from Mugello.


The future of the Suzuki GSXR range in doubt?

The GSXR, it goes without saying that is truly one of the worlds finest motorcycles to ever go on sale. It has been a key seller for Suzuki for many years and is still proving to be as popular today as it was when it first seen a grand launch. However some future models across the range could very well be in doubt as it appears that we may not see a new addition into the range at all over the next two years. The information was revealed after plans were leaked revealing that there are no plans for any engine updates or changes whatsoever for the range for over one year. This would mean that development may only begin at the end of the course of that year which means a late debut for a new model potentially. The GSXR is a range that has been constantly updated and remained fresh which is why we think it is still proving to be one of the best selling motorcycles to ever go on sale. So what do you think?. Does the idea of no new GSXR before 2017 annoy you or is it something you don't mind waiting for?. Give us your thoughts on the future of the range.


BMW Motorrad plan new Scrambler models this year

BMW Motorrad will officially launch brand new Scrambler models later on this year here in the United Kingdom. The news comes after the success of sales for the Ducati Scrambler and with that taken in mind, this could very well be a new dawning for the motorcycle world. BMW have not confirmed the production of the new bike nor have we seen images of what the new model is going to look like however,a source from the company has said they have seen the model in the factory which could confirm the news. It is said that the new model will join the 'R nineT' family potentially this year and testing of design models have already gotten underway. We will have more on the upcoming Scrambler model as and when information is revealed.