MotoGP » Aspar wants answers from Aprilia.


Jorge Martinez 'Aspar' isn’t going to take Aprilia’s last-minute Moto2 U-turn lightly - and will travel to the company’s Italian headquarters on Tuesday to seek 'a solution'.


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wosideg - Unregistered

November 29, 2009 7:52 PM

They should make SBK a bona fide production class, more representative of the bikes me and you can ride on the street, it's called the evolution class and will be in BSB next year. Stock motor apart from chip, pipe and airbox with a trick suspended but stock chassis and swingarm.
GP should be open, be it heavily modded streetbike or pure prototype. They can't cost a million pounds more to be only a second a lap quicker. :?

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