Sep 28, 2001
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By Glenn Le Santo<BR><BR>Kawasaki officials have announced that they will return to GP racing in 2003.<BR><BR>The announcement, made last night, that Kawasaki will return to GP racing, with a four-stroke, comes at a time when the company's continued participation with the ZX-7RR 750 in World Superbike is far from certain.<BR><BR>Adding to the likelihood that Kawasaki may abandon World Superbike is the news that World Superbike rules will most likely remain unchanged for 2002.<BR><BR>Manufacturers of Inline Fours have complained that the current rules allowing 1000cc V-Twins and while limiting Fours to 750cc give the Twins a huge competitive advantage.<BR>