MotoGP » Espargaro wants more of the same in Germany


'In Germany we will work hard again like we do at every race. Our bike is better this year, easier to ride, and that could be an advantage' - Aleix Espargaro

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Balance

July 10, 2013 1:51 PM

Predictions for Sach...

Espargaro will be the Vampire and where is the Blood..lol

the Pramack Ducati allready lost is Blood the bike is white now, you know many fights with Espargaro allready..ehehe the only left is the 69 bike that still have some blood to suck and Dovi that will be cruising the new Dog, so more Blood to the party..lol

Aim Joking this track is not that bad for Ducati, Rossi finish 6 last year and loocks like Dovi find a better setup for the Dog bike in Misano test.. will be funny if Espargaro can fight with them but i dont think so..

nealio

July 10, 2013 4:21 PM

Aleix is riding so well I'm amazed that Yamaha isn't snatching him up along with his brother Pol. The four bike policy of Dorna is depriving some of the best riders like Aleix and Cal of competitive rides and we fans are also loosing out as the races are less exciting with fewer riders racing for the win.

CalvinChowCK

July 11, 2013 6:45 AM

Like the quiet optimism disposition.. Awesome Aleix! You keep it going!! Keep on WOWing me & others! All the best coming weekend!

Great to learn of Aprilia's commitment for next year in upgrading their RSV4 - Bring it on! Perhaps an even more fearsome machine.. Haha..

EdOz

July 11, 2013 6:53 AM

Seriously hoping Aprilia will come out with a decent engine for next year's bike. At least fast enough to give the Tech3's a run for their money on regular basis... It'd be awesome to have 2 more riders with a decent chance of mixing it up at the front/midpack.

Aleix is a BEAST of a rider. What he's done with this CRT is nothing short of spectacular and yet no one seems to want sign him up other than 'maybe' Suzuki in 2015. Go figure...

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