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september 14, 2022 - Aprilia Racing

APRILIA TAKES ON MOTORLAND DE ARAGÓN

THE FINAL SPRINT OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP BEGINS WITH FIVE RACES IN SIX WEEKS


It will be a high intensity championship finale that begins with the Spanish weekend at Motorland de Aragón. No less than five races in six weeks, with four major non-continental trips, will test riders and teams and will be decisive for the fate of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship.

A tour-de-force to which Aprilia arrives with great motivation for both riders. Aleix has put a series of critical races behind him, which began with the injury at Silverstone. The rider from Granollers is aiming for friendly tracks for him and the RS-GP, where the objective will be to return to the high levels of competitiveness shown before the summer break. Despite the injury to the little finger of his left hand, fractured during the recent Misano test.

Maverick's growth, three times on the podium in the last four races, now places him firmly among the favourites in all conditions. The hard work and patience in trying to get on with his Aprilia are bearing fruit, a trend that Viñales has absolutely no intention of interrupting.  
 
ALEIX ESPARGARÓ
"For us a series of important races begins. The situation in the championship doesn't preclude us from any results, there are tracks where both I and the Aprilia can return to high levels. I am positive because since the beginning of the year I had indicated Austria and Misano as the two stages that worried me the most, we overcame them with two sixth places and without losing too much ground on the leader. Now we can and must go for it".

MAVERICK VIÑALES
"We are undoubtedly in a good moment and we have to take advantage of it. We have worked hard to get to this level, the first part of the championship was difficult but we managed to improve the stages that were limiting us. There is still room for growth but the real breakthrough is knowing that we can be competitive anywhere. Every weekend I learn something about myself and my opponents, I will use the data to try to take another step forward".