Australian Superbike Champion Josh Waters, AMA Superbike Champion Toni Elias and Isle of Man Senior Champion Michael Dunlop give us their opinion in this video about the new Suzuki GSX-R 1000, a motorcycle that It is giving great results.
- Joshua “Josh” Waters (born January 24, 1987) is an Australian motorcycle rider. He currently competes in the Australian Superbike Championship aboard a Suzuki GSX-R 1000. He has won the Australian Superbike Championship twice after winning the 2009 and 2012 Championship for Team Suzuki Australia, finishing with 13.5 points ahead of the Honda Wayne Maxwell driver in 2012. He has also competed in the Australian 125GP Championship (where he was champion in 2003), the Australian Supersport Championship, the British Superbike Championship and the Superbike World Championship.
- Antonio Elías Justicia, better known as Toni Elías (Manresa, Cataluña, Spain – March 26, 1983) is a Spanish motorcycling driver. He is the third member of the Elias family to compete in motorcycling races. He is the first world champion in the history of the Moto2 category in 2010.
- Michael Dunlop (born April 10, 1989) is a professional motorcycle racer from Northern Ireland. Part of a motorcycle racing dynasty, Michael is the brother of William, son of Robert and nephew of former world champion Joey Dunlop.
He is the current holder of the lap record, established during the Senior TT 2016 in a time of 16 minutes and 53.929 seconds at an average speed of 133.962 mph (215.591 km / h). Dunlop was the first driver in the history of the Isle of Man TT to achieve a lap of the course in less than 17 minutes.
Widely considered one of the most tenacious competitors in motorcycle racing, with a very aggressive style.
Three great riders who know perfectly how to ride a motorcycle and who explain in a few words how the new Suzuki GSX-R 1000 behaves on the asphalt, whether it is a grand prize on a circuit or a street race.
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