Crescent Suzuki has unveiled the apparel of the 2012 GSX-R1000s that will be riden by the John Hopkins and Leon Camier in this autumn's 2012 World Superbike championship. The team also announced that Fixi, the Foreign Exchange company, will be their joint title sponsor and the Dorset-based team will be participating in event under the name Crescent Fixi Suzuki. According to Paul Denning, Team Principal, that the team has done excellent work to assemble the new GSX-Rs for this high level of competition and the attention to detail is exemplary.
He also mentioned that the new GSX-Rs will be the most advanced GSX-R ever to address a racetrack. At the event, Richard Wynn, CEO, Fixi Plc., said that Fixi provides state of art foreign exchange services to the professional and institutional marketplace and they are no foreign body to Crescent Suzuki. Earlier Fixi supported them in the British Superbike championship last year.
The stunning Suzuki GSX-R1000 gets power from the massive 999cc 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine linked with six-speed constant mesh transmissions. The Suzuki fuel injection system and electronic ignition makes it more fuel efficient. The front twin disc brake at front side and disc brake at rear side offer superb braking system.