The all-new Suzuki GSX-8R gets homologated for entry in the 2024 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Series.
Suzuki has homologated its GSX-8R in preparation for the hyper-competitive 2024 MotoAmerica Twins Cup championship. The 2024 GSX-8R features a new 776cc parallel-twin engine tucked inside a performance-oriented chassis. You can read more about the GSX-8R and what it offers here. Suzuki has several MotoAmerica Superbike, Stock 1000, and Supersport class benchmarks. Their history in Twins Cup road racing, highlighted by the legendary SV650 V-Twin’s initial victories and championships, sets a high bar for the GSX-8R.
Kerry Graeber, Senior Vice President at Suzuki Motor USA, emphasizes the GSX-8R’s significance, noting its exceptional performance capabilities. The motorcycle’s heart, an all-new parallel-twin engine, promises ample torque and a broad power band, making it an ideal choice for competitors in the Twins Cup Championship. “The GSX-8R is a significant motorcycle for us, our dealer body, and most importantly, Suzuki riders.”
Graeber concluded, “The heart of this motorcycle is an all-new 776cc parallel-twin engine that delivers exceptional performance. Combining ample torque and a broad powerband, we’re confident the 8R is a great choice for riders competing in MotoAmerica’s highly competitive Twins Cup Championship.”
The Homologated GSX-8R could be a solid foundation for racers, teams, and aftermarket manufacturers to build their racing programs. The MotoAmerica 2024 Twins Cup kicks off at the Daytona International Speedway from March 7 through March 9, 2024.