Japanese Superbike: Nakasuga Wins Again, At Suzuka

Japanese Superbike: Nakasuga Wins Again, At Suzuka

© 2023, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts and Kohei Hirota.

Yamaha Factory Racing rider Katsuyuki Nakasuga won Japanese Superbike (a.k.a. JSB1000) Race Two Sunday at the Suzuka Circuit, in Japan.

Riding his Bridgestone-shod YZF-R1, Nakasuga won the 16-lap race by 2.571 seconds over his teammate Yuki Okamoto.

Teppei Nagoe finished a close third on a SDG Honda Racing CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP.

For Nakasuga, it was his 27th consecutive win and his 80th career Japanese Superbike/JSB1000.



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