Kawasaki’s final version of its latest Ninja racebike has been revealed at the Nurburgring circuit, in Germany. Two months of teasers have whet the appetite of the fans who couldn’t hold back their excitement as the all-new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R racer was unveiled before the full launch of the production machine in early October at the Intermot show.
The Kawasaki Superbike Racing Team has been preparing the bike to make its racing debut in the 2011 WSB Championship.
Steve Guttridge, the Race Planning Manager from Kawasaki Motors Europe, told reporters that the new race bike is eagerly anticipated by everyone involved in the Superbike racing project.
He also said that the PBM team continues to evolve and restructure itself so that it can be in a position to boost the new bike's potential next season.
Guttridge added that the Paul Bird team is keen to get started and so it was given the chance to help show what the first edition of the race version can do at the Nurburgring.
For those who have been involved in the Superbike racing project, this new race bike is what everyone has been waiting for. This was the statement given by Kawasaki Motors Europe Race Planning Manager Steve Guttridge to the press.
The PBM team not only evolved but it was continuously restructured in order to fully utilize the potential of this new bike for the net season. The Paul Bird team is more than eager to start with this and who better to showcase this race version at the Nurburgring than the team itself, Guttridge continued.