Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR Review

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR is a race bike from Kawasaki, who raced in the MotoGP world championship. The motorcycle made its debut at the season-ending MotoGP in 2002 with Australian rider Andrew Pitt.

In 2004, Shinya Nakano joined the team and managed to get the ZX-RR's first podium with third place in the Grand Prix of Japan. In 2005, Olivier Jacque scored the second position in the Chinese Grand Prix. The next year Nakano finished second at the Dutch TT. In 2007, Randy de Puniet scored second place in the Grand Prix of Japan. In 2008, is governed by the John Hopkins and Anthony West.

Ninja ZX-RR who fought in the year 2008, with best results in half finished fifth place in Portugal from John Hopkins and Anthony West in Brno. Hopkins and West blames the lack of a sense of both front end and rear traction when exiting corners. Previously ZX-RRS has been difficult to ride, but outside the report is limited by the rider is not clear what is the problem with the bike in 2008.

At the end of the season in 2008, Kawasaki announced his retirement from MotoGP world championship.