Bikes: New title sponsor ..

NEW TITLE SPONSOR FOR ALSTARE SUZUKI

Team Alstare Suzuki has announced that dental company Brux will be its title sponsor in this year's World Superbike Championship.

From now on, the team will be known as Team Suzuki Alstare Brux.Brux is a product of QuattroTi Dentech - an Italian company which is a leader in the dentistry industry. Brux was developed to improve the quality of the riding in relation to comfort and safety. For this reason, Team Alstare racers choose Brux in order to maximise their performance and level of endurance.

Team Suzuki Alstare Brux's 2009 bikes are all new - in looks and design. The riders are racing the new Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9s with livery designed with the company's brand and colours.

Francis Batta - Team Suzuki Alstare Brux manager:

"I hope that 2009 will be the start of a new era for Team Suzuki Alstare Brux. We are very happy with our new title sponsor and intend to establish a long and successful partnership with them. We know that the WSBK Championship is highly competitive, but we are ready to take on this challenge and will give 100 per cent - as usual.

"Thanks to the support of Brux and the experience and motivation of our riders, the Alstare squad will not disappoint the expectations of its fans!"

Mauro Turchetti - Quattro Ti Dentech president:

"In the first place, I'm a big motorcycle fan. I cannot tell you how happy and excited I am starting this fantastic adventure. For many people, we have become the reference standard in the design and manufacturer of intra-oral devices. Our products help protect the teeth and mouth and also promote good health.

"Today, thanks to its innovative bite tray Brux, we are bringing something entirely new to the motorcycling world. If you have the desire, you can do it: this is my feeling. We compete to win, and our choice of Team Suzuki Alstare is not a random one. In this team, from management to mechanics and riders, I have found many similarities, such as team spirit and the ability to win at all levels. Be careful, we bite!"