You may have known by now after 5 races in 2020 that the Suzuki MotoGP, the official factory team of Suzuki in the MotoGP World Championship, has updated the livery on the Suzuki Ecstar GSX-RR in 2020.
From its traditional blue and yellow colors, it is now a two-tone silver and blue to celebrate 60 years of racing for Suzuki.The silver paint adds a nice contrast to the blue colour, and the new livery looks appealing. It is considered as one of the most beatiful-looking bike in the MotoGP grid for 2020.
So far in 2020, the Suzuki MotoGP team is having one of its best season in terms of results for both it riders, last year’s MotoGP race winnerAlex Rins and Moto3 World ChampionJoan Mir.
Last Sunday, Mir was leading the Styrian GP in Austria with a big gap of more than 2 seconds when the red flag came. In the restarted Race 2, he managed to hold on to 4th position despite worn out old front tires and Rins finishing in 6th. More importantly, Suzuki now is a major contender in every GP.
To give its fans something to excited about, Suzuki Motor Corporation has brought the latest MotoGP livery to its 2020 GSX-R150 motorcycles.
The livery features a dual-tone finish along with Suzuki Ecstar branding. The changes are limited to the revised paint theme, while rest of the specifications remain identical to the standard motorcycle.
It is already being sold in India, Taiwan and in other parts of the globe. It will be interesting to see if Suzuki Philippines will bring the new livery to our market knowing how MotoGP mad Filipinos are. The current GSX-R150 is already available in the old MotoGP colors.
The GSX-R150 was launched in Asia in 2017 and in the Philippines in 2018. It competed with the Yamaha R15 V3 and Honda CBR150R in the MotoIR Championships where it won the MotoIR3 Championship in 2018 with Mark Djereck Ondillo and Team Suzuki-VMan.
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