Team Suzuki April 20 Weekend Action

The busiest schedule of the season so far takes place this weekend on the fourth weekend of April with global action in America with MotoGP™ and MotoAmerica SBK, both at the Circuit of The Americas in Texas, plus AMA/ FIM World Supercross at Foxborough, Massachusetts. Round 2 of the Endurance World Championship moves to Le Mans for the 24 Hours EWC event in France; and Australian Superbikes takes place at The Bend circuit in South Australia.

April 22: Round 3. MotoGP™. Circuit of The Americas. Texas. USA. Team SUZUKI ECSTAR riders Andrea Iannone and Alex Rins are looking for good grid positions in Qualifying after a positive start to this weekend’s practice sessions aboard their GSX-RR machinery.

April 21-22: Round 2. MotoAmerica SBK. Circuit of The Americas. Texas. USA. Defending Champion Toni Elias – who raced to 2 wins last weekend – and team-mate Roger Hayden, are aiming to continue their success with the new 2018 Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the MotoGP supporting races.

April 21-22: Round 2. EWC. Le Mans. France. Suzuki Endurance Racing Team riders Vincent Philippe, Etienne Masson and Gregg Black are looking for their 11th win at the event aboard their 2018 SERT GSX-R1000.

April 21-22: Round 3. Australian Superbikes. The Bend. Southern Australia. Defending Champion Josh Waters aims to put his 2018 Suzuki Ecstar GSX-R1000 at the top of the podium and climb back to the series standings lead.

April 21: Round 14. AMA/ FIM World Supercross. Gillette Stadium. Foxborough. USA. The Autotrader/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing Team is out in force in both 450 and 250 classes with their RM-Z machinery.

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