500GP LEGEND Kevin Schwantz will be at the 2007 Isle of Man TT, thanks to Suzuki GB. Schwantz, the famous number 34, won the 1993 500cc Grand Prix Championship and has been Suzuki's link to their racing heritage ever since. Schwantz will be a part
500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz testing, too.
KEVIN SCHWANTZ has ruled out a sensational switch from Suzuki to Honda or another marque, after his GP team management hopes have been continually thwarted.Schwantz had been working to try and find a seat for double AMA Superbike champion Ben Spies
A THIRD US MotoGP round could be in the pipeline after plans were revealed for a new circuit near Austin, Texas, with former 500cc world champion Kevin Schwantz advising planners about motorcycle racing at the proposed venue. The new circuit
IF you’ve never seen Kevin Schwantz ride then you won’t be as excited by this news as the rest of us, but it seems more likely than ever that the originator of the ‘Squirrely’ riding style and description is going to make a full-time return
FORMER WORLD 500cc GP Champion Kevin Schwantz has been doing the diplomat thing for the up-coming MotoGP race at Indianapolis, this time espousing the virtues of the track.Speaking last night he said: "I think the layout is great
Throttle control comes from a properly set-up bike. The rider has to get the bike to handle as he wants it by feel. He needs to know when the bike will start to move around, when the tyre will reach the limit. Throttle control can be learned, but it must also come from your motor...
of the sport's all-time greats - Kevin Schwantz, Wayne Rainey and Freddie Spencer, the men he hero-worshipped as a kid - he positively rubbed his hands at the prospect of answering them.Kevin Schwantz graduated from Superbikes with Suzuki in the 1980s and won
The unmistakable style of Kevin SchwantzAlex Criville...1999 500cc world championWayne Gardner...1987 500cc world championMamola...not a world champion but still bloody quickFORMER 500cc world champions Alex Criville, Wayne Gardner and Kevin
FORMER 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz has given his opinion on the mystery illness that blights ex-MotoGP World Champ Casey Stoner.Speaking about Stoner's absence from the Czech GP, Schwantz said: “I think he should try to work through it. I
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