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Splitlath were no where in 2011 so why stay with Aprilia for 2012.
Harris at some rounds was riding a Superbike spec RSV4 and not an EVO spec bike and was still off the pace.The 2012 bikes will be as quick as the WFR bikes were in 2011 and possibly a little bit quicker with tuning aloud.
All the electronic traction control gizmo's only makes the bike easier to manage on worn tyres.
On fresh tyres the qualifing times will be within 0.2 of a second of 2011 times which young Gowland achieved on several occasions.
Splitlath thinking they are going to be nearer the pace with the new rules is a joke.John Dimbylow must have money to burn.