Kawasaki KR 250
about to lose a lot of followers unless they like sportbikes of course.
Terrorcat photographed by Markus Konetzka
24h Le Mans 2013 Final result
1.Team SRC Kawasaki - #11 Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R
Gregory Leblanc (photo) / Fabien Foret / Nicolas Salshaud
2. Team R2CL - #2 Suzuki GSX-R1000
Guy Martin / Dylan Buisson / Gwen Giabbani
3. Yamaha France GMT 94 Michelin Yamalube - #94 Yamaha YZF-R1
David Checa / Kenny Forey / Matthieu Lagrive
the original Ninja …
Alex Vieira aboard the works Kawasaki France ZXR-7, the bike that sparked the Ninja heritage that stills goes strong today
the original ZXR-7, based on the road going ZXR-750, was first introduced in 1988 for (world) endurance racing, when the racing series was still under the very liberal TT F1 rules, almost anything could be changed on the bikes apart from the original engine castings, meaning the bikes used were as good as four stroke prototypes … it was the pinnacle of endurance racing
with the introduction of (world) superbike racing the rules changed in favour of more production based machinery, but those wicked & wild machines that ruled the endurance world championship of the late 80’s & early 90’s definitely left their mark
Alex Vieira’s Kawasaki France ZXR-7, 1991 Bol d’Or, Paul Ricard
Kawasaki also claimed the world endurance title together with Vieira that season & prolongued it in ‘92 with Carl Fogarty & Terry Rymer & again in ‘93 & ‘94 with respectively Doug Tolland & Adrien Morillas
The real reason we have got umbrella girls at races.
RdP takes a leak before the MotoGP at Valencia/2006.