Motorcycling-Suzuki pulls out of MotoGP


TOKYO, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Suzuki have withdrawn from motorcycling's premier MotoGP championship until at least 2014, citing the need to reduce costs amid the global economic downturn. "This suspension is to cope with tough circumstances mainly caused by the prolonged recession in developed countries, a historical appreciation of Japanese Yen and repeated natural disasters," a company statement read. "Having an eye to returning to MotoGP in 2014, Suzuki will now focus on developing a ...

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