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Yoshimura Suzuki Racing
Domination is a state of being that Suzuki has become accustomed to. For more than half a century, Suzuki has dominated AMA Superbike racing - both literally and figuratively. No other manufacturer even comes close to approaching the extraordinary number of records that Suzuki has set within this genre of racing. From the number of championships captured, to the amount of races won, to the pole positions set, Suzuki is without peer.
No one is more qualified to help Suzuki continue its reegn of AMA Superbike domination than returning rider Blake Young. Stating his fourth year with Yoshimura Suzuki, Young is ready, willing and able to fight for the title. He finished second overal in the Superbike points chase last year, thanks to an inspiring performance that included seven victories and multiple podium visits. Building on that momentum, Young is ready to take 2012 by storm and capture his first AMA Superbike Championship.
Partnered with Young is newcomer Chris Clark. The latest addition to the Yoshimura Suzuki squad, Clark is excited about the start of the 2012 season and eager to prove his mettle to his new team. Clark brings a host of novice and amateur championships to the proverbial table and is looking forward to racing with a team the caliber of Yoshimura Suzuki.
Just as Young and Clark's respective experience levels create a complementary riding combination, so too does the new-for-2012 GSX-R1000 combine Suzuki's proven Championship DNA with innovative technology geared to a new year and a new championship.
With this bike and this team, domination is not merely a possibility - it's the only option.
Rider: Martin CardenasNumber: 36Class: AMA Pro SuperbikeMotorcycle:
Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 Rider: Chris ClarkNumber: 6Class: AMA Pro SuperbikeMotorcycle:
Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000