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Aleix Espargaro - Q&A

The most favourable one for us is probably Misano, being so small. I also really like Sepang because it is fast and I love fast tracks. Phillip Island is magical too.

Q:
There are two sets of triple-header races within the space of three months after the break. Is that an advantage or disadvantage for you?

Aleix Espargaro:
To be honest I love racing and I would do it every week if I could but anything more than two races in a row is tiring, especially outside Europe. Anyway, everything is going so well for us this season and my relationship with the team is so good that every situation we find ourselves in is that much easier to tackle.



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V4Poweeeer

July 26, 2013 12:32 AM

Balance I think you've missed the point having a 5 or 4 engine limit per season is why horsepower is so hard to acheive. The example of the rs3 cube and the sbk spec rsv4 you give are not subject to the same engine restrictions that are present in GP right now. To make 4 or 5 or even 12 engines last 18 race weekends requires NASA grade exotic materials in which to produce components in an engine that can take the stresses that 240+hp puts on an engine for multiple race weekend and is why Yamaha contemplates sitting out some practice sessions. However your Aprilia examples you gave were able to produce that power with materials that aren't so hard to come by due to them not needing to last so long. The rules are prohibitive to the smaller manufacturers that still have proprietary tech and limited budgets Ducati is slowly and surely sinking and the rules also forced Kawasaki and Suzuki out of the championship the GFC and Japanese tsunami just sped up the decision to pull out.



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