Kawasaki nyhedsbrev


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Akira Yanagawa was one of Kawasaki’s best known stars of the 1990’s and amazingly he’s still racing! The 44 year old from Kagoshima isn’t just ‘making up the numbers’ either, so far this season he’s finished on the podium at the JSB (All Japan Road Race Championship) and will be partnering Leon Haslam on the factory backed Ninja ZX-10R at the legendary Suzuka Eight Hour. 


Double World Supersport Champion Andrew Pitt will need no introduction to Kawasaki fans, having won his first title on a ZX-6R in 2001 before going on to race the MotoGP ZX-RR machine in 2003. Now working with the Pucetti Racing squad in World Supersport, we caught up with the Aussie legend to discuss all things green…


At the end of 2015, after having won the final World Superbike Championship race of the season, Leon Haslam (son of the legendary Rocket Ron) announced he would be returning to the UK to join the factory supported JG Speedfit Kawasaki team. Alongside his BSB duties, Leon will also be returning to Suzuka for the 8hr race under the Kawasaki banner… 


Graeme Brown, or Gee Bee Images as you might know him better, is one of the most recognised motorsport photographers in the industry, travelling the globe for World Superbike and MotoGP.  As the official snapper for Kawasaki Motors Europe, he is responsible for the stunning images used by the World Superbike team… 


After starting his career with Kawasaki, Dutch racer Arie Vos went on to win multiple Dutch Supersport and Superbike titles. Retiring from racing in 2014 (having won the Dutch Superbike Championship on a Kawasaki) he now runs his own team…