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Background imageSuzuki Collection: Pat Hennen (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT

Pat Hennen (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Slippery when wet : Jamie Whitam (Durex Suzuki)

Slippery when wet : Jamie Whitam (Durex Suzuki)
We trust Jamie Whitham refers to a nasty slide at Quarter Bridge; not an unexpected rise in the birth-rate in Huddersfield! The London Rubber Co. sponsored the Suzuki team in 1989

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mike Hailwoods last TT: 1979 Senior TT

Mike Hailwoods last TT: 1979 Senior TT
Mike Hailwood finished second in his last TT to Alex George

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Guy Martin (Suzuki) 2012 Superbike TT

Guy Martin (Suzuki) 2012 Superbike TT
Guy Martin (Suzuki) at Governors Bridge, 2012 Superbike TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: 2009 Suzuki B-King

2009 Suzuki B-King

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Barry Sheene at Quarter Bridge: 1971 Ultra Lightweight TT

Barry Sheene at Quarter Bridge: 1971 Ultra Lightweight TT
Exactly 37.73 miles later than this picture, Barry Sheene slid to earth in the 1971 Ultra Lightweight TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1985 Senior TT

Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1985 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: David Jefferies (Suzuki) 2002 Formula One TT

David Jefferies (Suzuki) 2002 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Tom Herron (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT

Tom Herron (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT
Irish star Tom Herron (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mike Hailwood (Suzuki) 1980 Classic TT

Mike Hailwood (Suzuki) 1980 Classic TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Suzuki GSX-R1000

Suzuki GSX-R1000 2001 Blue/white

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Danny Shimmin (Suzuki) and Graham Ruttle (Kawasaki) 1984 Formula One TT

Danny Shimmin (Suzuki) and Graham Ruttle (Kawasaki) 1984 Formula One TT
Manxman Danny Shimmin (Suzuki) and Graham Ruttle (Kawasaki) 1984 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Fred Pidcock (Suzuki) 1976 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Fred Pidcock (Suzuki) 1976 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Ron Coxon & Jeff Nixon (Suzuki) 1980 Sidecar TT

Ron Coxon & Jeff Nixon (Suzuki) 1980 Sidecar TT
Ron Coxon & Jeff Nixon (Suzuki) ay Union Mills: 1980 Sidecar TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Stan Woods (Suzuki) 1976 Classic TT

Stan Woods (Suzuki) 1976 Classic TT
Stan Woods (Suzuki) at Ramsey: 1976 Classic TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Tony Thompson (Suzuki) 1986 Production A TT

Tony Thompson (Suzuki) 1986 Production A TT
Tony Thompson (Suzuki) at Ballaugh Bridge: 1986 Production A TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Stuart Applegate & Ron Hardy (Suzuki) 1977 Sidecar TT

Stuart Applegate & Ron Hardy (Suzuki) 1977 Sidecar TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Suzuki 1300R Hayabusa

Suzuki 1300R Hayabusa

Background imageSuzuki Collection: 50cc Suzuki action at Quarter Bridge: 1966 50cc TT

50cc Suzuki action at Quarter Bridge: 1966 50cc TT
The sound of high-revving two-strokes pervade at Quarter Bridge in the 1966 50cc TT. Tommy Robb leads from Hugh Anderson, Ernst Degner and Hans Georg Anscheidt

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mick Grant giving Suzuki GSXRs its first TT success

Mick Grant giving Suzuki GSXRs its first TT success
Its damp conditions for Mick Grant as he rounds a slippery Parliament Square. This race gave the newly introduced GSXR Suzuki its inaugral TT success

Background imageSuzuki Collection: So close

So close
John Williams was comfortably leading the 1976 Senior TT, until he ran out of fuel at Signpost Corner on the last lap, pushing his Suzuki home in 7th place

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Bernard Murray (Kawasaki) and Mick Grant (Suzuki) 1984 Formula One TT

Bernard Murray (Kawasaki) and Mick Grant (Suzuki) 1984 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: George Linder (Suzuki) 1977 Senior Manx Grand Prix

George Linder (Suzuki) 1977 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: David Sleith (Suzuki) 2010 Senior Manx Grand Prix

David Sleith (Suzuki) 2010 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Roger Dunn & Ted Healey (Suzuki) 1980 Southern 100

Roger Dunn & Ted Healey (Suzuki) 1980 Southern 100

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Norman Brown at Braddan Bridge: 1982 Senior TT

Norman Brown at Braddan Bridge: 1982 Senior TT
Norman Brown took his RG500 Suzuki to his only TT win; the 1982 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: 1967 RK67 50cc Suzuki twin racer

1967 RK67 50cc Suzuki twin racer
Engine type: Water-cooled 50cc parallel-twin two-stroke. Maximum revs: 17, 500 rpm, Maximum speed 170 kph. Transmission: 14 speeds

Background imageSuzuki Collection: John Woodley (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT

John Woodley (Suzuki) 1978 Senior TT
Kiwi John Woodley (Suzuki) at Braddan Bridge; 1978 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Jorg Getzlaff (Suzuki) 1987 Formula One TT

Jorg Getzlaff (Suzuki) 1987 Formula One TT
German Jorg Getzlaff (Suzuki) 1987 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mark Bullen (Suzuki) 1987 Formula One TT

Mark Bullen (Suzuki) 1987 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Suzuki 1300R Hayabusa

Suzuki 1300R Hayabusa

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Bruce Anstey at Parliament Square: 2008 Supersport TT

Bruce Anstey at Parliament Square: 2008 Supersport TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Suzuki Burgman (Maxi Scooter)

Suzuki Burgman (Maxi Scooter)

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Buddy Yeardsley (Suzuki) 1985 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Buddy Yeardsley (Suzuki) 1985 Senior Manx Grand Prix
Buddy Yeardsley (Suzuki) at Sulby Bridge, winning the 1985 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Jack Findlay at Quarter Bridge: 1973 Senior TT

Jack Findlay at Quarter Bridge: 1973 Senior TT
Aussie Jack Findlay (Suzuki) at Quarter Bridge, winning 1973 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Charlie Sanby (Suzuki) and John Williams (Yamaha) and Percy Tait (Yamaha) 1975 Open Classic TT

Charlie Sanby (Suzuki) and John Williams (Yamaha) and Percy Tait (Yamaha) 1975 Open Classic TT
Charlie Sanby (Suzuki) and John Williams (Yamaha) and Percy Tait (Yamaha); the winners enclosure, 1975 Open Classic TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Colin Pearson (Suzuki) 1981 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Colin Pearson (Suzuki) 1981 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Graham King (Suzuki) Dave Pither (Honda) Ian Ogden (SGB Suzuki) 1984 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Graham King (Suzuki) Dave Pither (Honda) Ian Ogden (SGB Suzuki) 1984 Senior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1984 Classic TT

Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1984 Classic TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Geert Lambrechts (Suzuki) 2004 Senior TT

Geert Lambrechts (Suzuki) 2004 Senior TT
Belgian Geert Lambrechts (Suzuki) 2004 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Ernst Degner (Suzuki) 1966 50cc TT

Ernst Degner (Suzuki) 1966 50cc TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Pat Hennen (Suzuki) leaves Governors Bridge; 1978 Senior TT

Pat Hennen (Suzuki) leaves Governors Bridge; 1978 Senior TT
American Pat Hennen set the first sub-20 minute lap of the TT course in the 1978 Senior TT before crashing at Bishopscourt whilst in the lead

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Adrian Archibald at Ballaugh Bridge, 2003 Senior TT

Adrian Archibald at Ballaugh Bridge, 2003 Senior TT
Adrian Archibald completed the Formula One/Senior double on the TAS Suzuki at TT 2003. He rode with the zero plate as his former team-mate David Jefferies, who was fatally injured in practice

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Dennis Ireland (Suzuki) 1983 Formula One TT

Dennis Ireland (Suzuki) 1983 Formula One TT
Kiwi Dennis Ireland (Suzuki) 1983 Formula One TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1984 Senior TT

Mark Johns (Suzuki) 1984 Senior TT

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Andy Brew (Suzuki) 1983 Newcomers Manx Grand Prix

Andy Brew (Suzuki) 1983 Newcomers Manx Grand Prix

Background imageSuzuki Collection: Carl Fogarty (Honda) & Andy Brew (Suzuki) 1986 Production D TT

Carl Fogarty (Honda) & Andy Brew (Suzuki) 1986 Production D TT



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"Suzuki: A Legacy of Speed and Triumphs" From Guy Martin's exhilarating ride on a Suzuki in the 2012 Superbike TT to Mike Hailwood's unforgettable last TT victory in the 1979 Senior TT, it has been synonymous with speed and success. In the annals of racing history, one cannot forget Barry Sheene's iconic moment at Quarter Bridge during the 1971 Ultra Lightweight TT, where he showcased his skill and cemented Suzuki's place in racing folklore. The partnership between Bernard Murray on Kawasaki and Mick Grant on Suzuki during the thrilling 1984 Formula One TT was a testament to Suzuki's ability to collaborate with other great racers for outstanding results. Roger Dunn and Ted Healey pushed boundaries on their Suzukis during the intense competition at the 1980 Southern 100, leaving spectators awestruck by their sheer determination and skill. The release of the powerful 2009 Suzuki B-King brought forth a new era of dominance for this legendary brand, capturing hearts with its sleek design and unmatched performance. Pat Hennen's triumph in the grueling Senior TT race of 1978 further solidified Suzuki as a force to be reckoned with. His unwavering dedication paid off as he crossed that finish line victoriously. David Jefferies' remarkable win in the highly competitive Formula One TT event of 2002 showcased both his exceptional talent as well as Suzuki's commitment to excellence. Tom Herron left an indelible mark on racing history when he emerged victorious in the fiercely contested Senior TT race of 1978 aboard his trusty Suzuki machine. The roar from fans echoed through every corner as they witnessed greatness unfold before their eyes. Mike Hailwood returned once again, this time astride a mighty Suzuki bike during an unforgettable Classic TT event in 1980. His masterful display reminded everyone why he was considered one of motorcycling's greatest legends.