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Bad move for Aprilia. As a fan of their riders and equipment I think this is a lousy thing to leave a champion hanging w/o equipment. How about Aspar who has represented themselves and Aprilia so well of late? I think Aprilia is scared to go up against these small teams that might have a better chasis design. If you can't beat them pour your money into the motor! Aprilia can't do that now. This just shows the unstability of the MotoGP/2/125/Dorna. I'm a big fan of the series, but moves like this are not going to help in the short-term. Aprilia will regret the move.

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