Suzuki is claiming another first at this year’s Isle of Man TT with the introduction of a Suzuki Exclusive Care technical
support facility, offering a range of services completely free to Suzuki owners.
A free ‘on-site’ oil change, courtesy of Silkoline, will be available to owners of any Suzuki moped, scooter or motorcycle registered in the Suzuki village and free machine checks will be carried out by expert Suzuki technicians. In addition, general technical assistance will be on offer together with a 24-hour emergency spares back-up service.
On Monday the 5th June, Suzuki’s 40th anniversary of participation at the TT will be celebrated by former Suzuki TT racing stars who will take to the TT course aboard Suzuki historic racing bikes. Those already signed up for the “Lap of Honour” include three-times TT winner, Graeme Crosby, who lines-up alongside the likes of Trevor Nation, Mick Grant, Stan Woods, Frank Whiteway and Barry Woodland.
Team National Tyres Suzuki’s Chris Walker and John Crawford are taking a break from British Superbike racing to lend a hand in the village, and will also lead the Suzuki Mad Sunday ride-out.
For those unable to get to see all the action, Manx Radio will keep visitors to the TT abreast of all the latest happenings with hourly Suzuki news bulletins.
Suzuki claims that its TT Village will be a hive of activity and invite all visitors to the Island to join the fun.
Gates open at 10.00am on Wednesday 31st May and the action stops at 10.00pm on Friday 9th June 2000.
Tribute To Joey Dunlop, MBE, OBE Record-holding Isle of Man TT race winner Joey Dunlop was killed during an international race in Estonia on Sunday. Dunlop was racing at the 3.7-mile public roads circuit on the outskirts of the Estonian capital of Tallinn. The Ballymoney, Co Antrim (Northern Ireland) rider had won the 600cc race on Saturday and the...