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Aprilia Racing boss Romano Albesiano says he is against the idea of introducing team orders despite Melandri and Guintoli's Portimao collision

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reinmacre

August 06, 2014 6:44 AM

Seriously, TS66(1) controls the WSBK series. Dude can turn it up when he has to at the most crucial times. Consolidates points when the win isn't in the cards. The alpha dog no doubt.

The Aprilia boys have the equipment and speed but the self induced dnf's cannot happen(see TS66). You can tell by Albesiano's tone that the Portimao team biff chafe's his ****, bigtime.

WSBK, two races, two times the fun. Second tier series? Not even.

shamarone

August 06, 2014 6:04 PM

re: "We thought about giving team orders a lot, but we still believe it's not worth to be done now. I think these kinds of decisions are a little bit against the sport and we don't like them very much."

translation, we held the holiday round table just as s1 suggested, we were going to issue orders, but then they announced a round drop, and that's when we realized we're collectively screwed.

so barring some miracle off in the distance that sees Grinner out of it...? were just going to let 'em continue taking paint off one another.

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