Kawasaki's performance in World Superbike Racing has been so good of recent times that it's kind of embarrassing. Kawasaki's performance in World Superbike Racing has been so good of recent times that it's kind of embarrassing. So what do you change when your bike has just won three straight championships and will take the 2017 manufacturers title in a canter once more with more fastest laps and pole positions than any other marque in 2017? The answer is, not much...
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