As you insist; i would forward you what i have experienced!
Alot of the skills are dependent on the rider e.g., On M25 (UK MOTORWAY) i had beaten all sorts of bikes with a 600. If you are a mad rider, donot care about anything, you'll surely beat these white blokes.
You need to have bulls to smash the race or the road track. I like the races on the road track which to me are alot more fun....
Even in Pk, if you have the skills with the bulls, you can smash a litre bike with a sixer or with a 7.
Suzukis are nice machines and there handling are superb (under 1 litre category)although the surveys mention the following details as read recently;
SUZUKIS ARE GOOD AT BUILDING THE CHASIS PERFECT FOR HANDLING AND SHARP EDGES
AND SO DOES YAMAHAS
HONDAS SPECIALISE IN THERE RESEARCH AND THUS THERE ENGINE MOTORS ARE AS GOOD AS THE KAWASAKIS.
AND AS WE ALL KNOW, KAWASAKI ENGINE MOTORS ARE THE MOST POWERFUL AMONG THEM ALL.
but dont get me wrong;
e.g., if compare the 4 litre bikes 2006 i.e., zx10r, r1, blade, gsxr1000
on the race or road, the rider with the least worries would win the race... its not just the machine anymore. All litre bikes are more or less the same...