Aleix Espargaró will certainly be an Aprilia Racing biker for the 2021 and also 2022 seasons also. With great fulfillment on both sides, this verifies among the lengthiest current MotoGP organizations.
Astride the MotoGP since the 2017 period, Aleix has actually weathered different phases of the Aprilia MotoGP project, from the fantastic and also appealing development in the first season to the troubles of 2018, all the way to the technological transformation of 2019 which caused the birth of the brand-new 2020 RS-GP
The most up to date prototype revealed considerable and also encouraging signs of competition in the winter examinations, before the 2020 period was interfered with, so much that they added to Aleix’s decision.
Enthusiastic, constantly dedicated on the track as well as an incentive in the garage, this will bring Aleix to his 6th period in a row astride the Italian bike. This suggests connection and trust that comes with this turning factor in Aprilia’s technical job.
” I am happy concerning this verification. The human element is very crucial for me, and also in 4 periods, Aprilia has become my second family members, so with this contract, which is definitely the most crucial of my job, they showed that I go to the centre of this task. On a technical level, the development in recent months encouraged me, with the arrival of numerous supports as well as the début of the 2020 RS-GP, which did so well in the examinations. I feel like we require to finish the task we started over the winter months. I can not wait to come back together with my whole team and also race with the new bike, to take this task where it should have to be.”
” We wanted Aleix’s verification by all means and we are very happy that it got here. MotoGP At a rather turbulent time for the rider market, providing continuity for our task with a biker the quality of Aleix is necessary. With him, who we have actually established as our captain, we have actually started a totally brand-new project, including new sources as well as taking a bike that appears to have appeared extremely well onto the track. Now we wish that he will quickly take an Aprilia to the top, where it has actually never remained in MotoGP history.”