MotoGP Aprilia | Foursome spends valuable time in the wind tunnel 2022

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The MotoGP Aprilia foursome spends valuable time in the wind tunnel. Aleix Espargaro, Viales, Oliveira, and Raul Fernandez have been hard at work on aerodynamics in preparation for the winter break. Tags: MotoGP, 2023, MotoGP Aprilia Racing.

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Aprilia Racing is aiming for higher heights in 2023 after having their most successful season in MotoGPTM, and work in the wind tunnel for the four riders participating on RS-GPs next season has already started.

Aleix Espargaro and Aprilia Racing colleague Maverick Viales were recently in Cologne as the Noale manufacturer sought further aerodynamic advancements at the MotoGP Aprilia. The Spanish couple worked on the first 2023 RS-GP prototype in the wind tunnel, with the test results shaping how the bike appears when it debuts at the Sepang Test in early February next year.

In addition for the MotoGP Aprilia, Aprilia’s two new hires were hard at work in the wind tunnel. Miguel Oliveira and Raul Fernandez, both members of the new-look CryptoDATA Aprilia RNF MotoGPTM Team, were working on aerodynamics on the new bike. At the Valencia Test, Oliveira was the quickest new bike debutant, while Fernandez was satisfied with his maiden excursion on the RS-GP.

Lorenzo Savadori, an Aprilia Test Rider, has been active at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto at the MotoGP Aprilia. On the 15th and 16th of November, the Italian performed two days of private testing, clocking 134 laps in total to gain crucial data for the construction of the 2023 challenger.

Aprilia will be hoping that 2023 is another step ahead after taking a great jump in 2022. The Sepang Test will give us an idea of where the Italian manufacturer stands with the revised RS-GP.