WSBK » Guandalini-BRC to join forces, run Aprilias?


Guandalini Racing and BRC Racing are rumoured to be considering a joint venture in 2010, one that will see them switch from Ducati to Aprilia

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Miso - Unregistered

November 17, 2009 3:54 PM

Smrz confirmed he'll get the same machinery as Biaggi and fully factory support including engineers and sharing the data.

According to Smrz's statement in the press, the other racer should be de Angelis or none if he rejects to sign.

Seems like Aprilia wants a bigger piece of the cake

DJ

November 17, 2009 10:26 PM

look out Smrz is comeing and on a good bike he could wipe eyes. I remember a certan Max noi getting a ride on a Crona suzuki and nearly wining a race, and now he hot property, what im trying to say is giving the right bike smrz could be fighting for race wins next year,

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

November 17, 2009 11:31 PM

In Smrzs own words (according to Babelfish):
" I am exactly from Italy where we have had over the coming season, " told Smrz to moto-racing.cz " The team will go together with Borciani and get the arrangement concerning Aprilia RSV4. Our team will get complete factory support among which fitters, freight carriages and the arrangement concerning the data of all other Aprilia rijders. The machine will be identical to the machine which will use maximum Biaggi. It is not yet clearly from how many rijders the team will exist, we still wait for a decision of Alex the Angelis which could second of the. The first test stands pawned on 9 and 10 December in Valencia, there also the other Aprilia teams present zijn."

CarbonFiber

November 18, 2009 12:50 AM

More bikes the better. Spice it up!
Smrz is good, I think he needs to work on his endurance to finish stronger. He starts fast and kinda of fades away from the leaders. I know his equipment is a factor, but , but ,but etc.
Get out the bicycle Smrz...
If you really want to raise your level do a lot of swimming. (intervals)

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