Three other GOP senators have said they will not run again in two years, potentially freeing them up to vote against Trump and anger base voters in the party Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr and Alabama Sen. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeTHE Hayabusa is back. Suzuki has revealed its new hyperbike that returns this year after a three year lay off.The third generation of the famous bike comes with more low down power than ever before from its 1.3 litre engine. Work on the engine has focused on delivering even greater acceleration off the line.Along with new electronic Launch Control and traction aids, Suzuki says the 190hp Hayabusa will comfortably outperform its predecessors while being easier to ride in traffic.Top speed is electronically limited to 186mph, the same as previous Hayabusa models, but Suzuki has added a new race derived gearbox for quicker shifts.Read MoreDucati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini is a rare treat for ridersThere’s also a new traction control system so the rider can safely use the power depending on road conditions.Suzuki has retained the unmistakable silhouette of the Hayabusa but this new model comes with the latest technology.
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