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Shrimpling

August 29, 2013 7:25 PM

MotoGP » Redding officially confirmed at Gresini Honda


@kinmad4it The removal of the claiming rule means Aprilia can upgrade their motogp engine without the risk of it being claimed for 20k meaning the Aspar has the potential to be much quicker next year. Ducatti should be worried. Back on topic it is a good move for Redding... if it all goes to plan it should be him and Marquez on the repsol bikes in a few years.

Shrimpling

July 26, 2013 8:28 PM
Last Edited 265 days ago

MotoGP » 2014 MotoGP ECU rules updated


I think this confirms Aspar will be running Aprilia engines next year. My understanding of the changes is it will allow Aspar to run an upgraded Aprilia engine with their current ecu software instead of the stock software without Aprilia needing to comit to a full factory team and the cost involved. As the Aprilia WSB engine is apparently more powerful than the MotoGP engine im sure it can be much quicker next year and should technically count as a new team with the improved engine allocation. Ducatti should be worried!


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