Borciani-Guandalini link up confirmed?

Borciani and Guandalini join forces to enter a satellite Aprilia RSV-4 for Jakub Smrz
Jakub Smrz looks set to ride an Aprilia RSV-4 in the World Superbike Championship under the Borciani-Guandalini banner this season after the provisional entry list for 2010 was accidentally revealed.

Although yet to be officially confirmed, Borciani – formerly Sterilgarda Ducati – and Guandalini Racing will join forces in 2010 to become the first team to run a satellite Aprilia in the series.

The name of the team was revealed after the provisional entry list for the 2010 season was exposed on Smrz is earmarked to ride having re-signed with Guandalini Racing last season.

Elsewhere, Matteo Baiocco is down to ride a DFX Ducati, suggesting the team's former rider Regis Laconi is not yet race fit following his life-threatening accident at Kyalami seven months ago.

Additionally, Vittorio Iannuzzo will return for a second season aboard the Squadra Corse Italia.

Tagged as: Aprilia , Guandalini , SMRZ , Borciani

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MilleMart - Unregistered

January 15, 2010 5:59 PM

Nice to see a couple of more RSV4s on the grid, they are a fabulous bike in every respect, italian exotica is a welcome change from the standard universal jap 4 and the more manufacturers the better. Now come on Triumph you know you want to throw an 1100cc triple into 675 Daytona sized frame... :)

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