Despite a recent test for Alex de Angelis on an Aprilia RS-GP (pictured), it appears the Ioda rider will be back on his usual ART this weekend at Aragon.

Nevertheless, IodaRacing has confirmed to that they are working to try and secure 2015 RS-GPs for the Sammarinese in next year's world championship.

Aprilia will debut an all-new MotoGP prototype in 2016, meaning the present machines used by factory riders Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl - which feature a seamless shift gearbox and pneumatic valves - would be available.

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The single-entry Ioda squad is currently the only satellite Aprilia team.

de Angelis, who has defied his outdated CRT-based machinery to claim the final point at Catalunya and Silverstone, has a two-year deal with Ioda.