Sep 15, 2002
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From a press release issued by Team Suzuki News Service:<BR><BR>SUZUKI DOMINATE BOL D'OR <BR><BR>Masters of Endurance<BR>Bol d'Or, Magny Cours, France<BR>September 15, 2002 <BR><BR>Suzuki took all three podium finishes in the 66th Bol d'Or at Magny Cours today, with the Suzuki Castrol Team of Jean Michel Bayle, Nicolas Daussage and Sebastien Gimbert taking the win. <BR><BR>The French trio ended the 24 hour race three laps ahead of the second Suzuki Castrol Team of Frenchmen Laveielle and Dobe and Briton Brian Morrison. <BR><BR>In third place were FIM World Endurance regulars – the GMT 94 team - who are currently in fourth position in the championship running a Suzuki GSX-R1000. <BR><BR>Suzuki ended the day with four GSX-R1000s in the top five places. <BR><BR>Results: <BR>1 Suzuki Castrol Team 2 (SUZUKI) <BR>2 Suzuki Castrol Team 1 (SUZUKI) <BR>3 GMT 94 (SUZUKI) <BR>4 Agyltech Racing Team (Kawasaki) <BR>5 Team DAP Motomax (SUZUKI) <BR>6 Bolliger Team Switzerland (Kawasaki) <BR>7 Free Bike Yamaha (Yamaha) <BR>8 Yamaha Racing France - Motacc (Yamaha) <BR>9 JMD Mot'acc / Option Moto (Yamaha) <BR>10 JLC Moto & Co Amaury (SUZUKI)