Suzuki Hayabusa GP Edition unveiled

Suzuki is about to leave closed circuit racing, reportedly permanently this time, but they have no plans to disappear into thin air. The Suzuki Hayabusa GP Edition, a limited edition of their renowned hyperbike, will be displayed at the Auto look Week Torino automotive event in Turin from September 7 to 11. Other legendary racing bikes from the Hamamatsu-based manufacturer, like their current GSX-RR MotoGP weapon and the numerous championship-winning RG500 two-stroke racer, will be on display alongside this limited-edition bike.

Suzuki Hayabusa GP Edition

The 2020 MotoGP champion Joan Mir’s unit of the Hayabusa GP Edition is completed exquisitely in its MotoGP Suzuki-Ecstar racing livery, while Alex Rins’ unit sports the number 42. The front fairing, rims, side fairings, and rear seat cowl of each bike have distinctive red/yellow decorations.

Several other essentials for driving, like headlights, turn indicators, mirrors, and even the number-plate bracket, have been eliminated by Suzuki. Suzuki has equipped each of the bikes with full-system exhausts from renowned specialist Akrapovic since the aforementioned modifications render them unsafe to be used on public roads. Whether they will be one-off (really two) special editions or if they will inspire a production bike-based model run is not yet known.

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