2015 was a key year for Suzuki in the racing world. Our much talked about return to MotoGP under the guidance of Team Manager Davide Brivio and Project Leader Satoru Terada attracted attention from motorcycle racing enthusiasts from around the world. With a strong 11th place finish by experienced Spaniard Aleix Espargaro and a 12th place Rookie of the Year placing by fellow countryman Maverick Vinales it was clear to everyone that Suzuki was back and will be a force to reckon with in MotoGP from now on. In the Endurance World Championship category Suzuki Endurance Racing Team (SERT) continued its dominant performance. Earning its 5th champion-ship in 6 years and its 14th title overall in the demanding 24 and 8 hour events, SERT proved once again the reliability and pedigree of the GSX-R Super-bike in its 30th Anniversary year. Stefan Everts, winner of 10 world titles and 101 Grand Prix victories, is back on the Team Suzuki World MXGP. Everts oversees all racing operations and helps develop Suzuki’s RM-Z technology for the Team Suzuki World MXGP. On the Japan circuit Yohei Kojima and Yoshitake Atsuta are coming off a 1-2 finish in the MFJ All Japan Motocross Championship for 2015. Suzuki competes at the highest international level. With talented riders backed by skilled management, excellent engineers and the entire Suzuki team, 2016 promises to be exciting.At the Races Proud Return and Fantastic Finishes