Fresh from claiming the coveted MCN Machine of the Year award* only last month, Suzuki’s GSX-R600 took the most sought after title in 600cc racing at the weekend, as Relentless Suzuki by TAS racer, Alastair Seeley piloted his GSX-R600 to the 2011 British Supersport title at Brands Hatch.
Launched in January of this year, the GSX-R600 took the motorcycling world by storm, moving the class on by a significant margin thanks to innovation and technology that saw Suzuki shave a massive 9 kilograms from the bike, while making it more agile and even more fuel efficient in the process.
Impressing experienced road testers at its launch in southern Spain and going on to win major group tests, the 2011 GSX-R600 proved its pedigree with ease on the road, before proving its racing ability on track too, taking the coveted British Supersport crown.
With developments like Showa Big Piston Forks, Brembo Monoblock brake calipers and a race proven Slipper Clutch, the GSX-R600 offers more than ever, and with the current 0% APR finance offer with a one pound minimum deposit, it’s a winner on value too.
For more information on the GSX-R600 visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk or contact your local authorised dealer.
* Winner of the 2011 MCN Machine of the Year (under 600cc).
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