Nov 21, 2012
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Team Suriano will join again the Supersport World Championship 2013 after striking the deal with Suzuki. The Rome-based team, after two seasons with Triumph, during which gained the podium with Alex Baldolini and the fifth place in the general ranking as a team, switch to the Japanese brand. Suriano Team is defining the last details about its two future riders and is considering to even join the Superstock. A reconfirmed union between the Italian team and the Japanese brand that previously led to many successful results with the aim to achieve even greater goals.
Antonio "Ninetto" Suriano team owner - "During the last two seasons, during which we worked on the team ParkinGO old bikes, have been successful, but now is the time to jump in a new project. We go back at Suzuki, a brand with which we shared lots of satisfactions. We will join the Supersport and we are defining our two riders. It's a matter of days and we will unveil their names. We are even thinking about join the Superstock. Our aim is to develop a bike that's not even in the championship at the moment and to take it at the highest place in the ranking."