Driver

Aleix Espargarò

Born in Granollers (Spagna) 30 July 1989.

Spanish 125 champion in 2004, after a series of placements in the 125 and 250 classes, he made a name for himself in 2012 as the best rider astride a CRT (the ART developed by Aprilia Racing) in the Racing premier class, a result that he repeated the following year. Overall, in MotoGP Aleix Espargarò has taken two pole positions and a podium finish, as well as seventh place in the rider standings as his best position at the end of a championship season.

Aleix Espargarò

Career

Team Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
Racing Number 41
Race Machine Aprilia RS-GP
First Grand Prix 2004 (125cc)
2005 16th 125cc World Championship
2006 18th 250cc World Championship
2007 15th 250cc World Championship
2008 12th 250cc World Championship
2009 18th MotoGP World Championship
2009 20th 250cc World Championship
2010 14th MotoGP World Championship
2011 12th Moto2 World Championship
2012 12th MotoGP World Championship
2013 11th MotoGP World Championship
2014 7th MotoGP World Championship
2015 11th MotoGP World Championship
2016 11th MotoGP World Championship

2017 15th MotoGP World Championship

2018 17th MotoGP World Championship

Aleix Espargarò

Bike

APRILIA RS-GP Aleix Espargarò

MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Aluminium twin-tube frame
Aluminim swingarm
Dry weight: 160 Kg (as per FIM regulations)
Fuel tank capacity: 22 lt (as per FIM regulations)
Accessories: BARRACUDA

ENGINE
Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC 4 pneumatic valves, V4
Total displacement: 1000 cc
Maximum Power: 255 CV
Maximum speed: 350 km/h
Gearbox: 6-speed

TYRES
Michelin

BRAKES
BREMBO

Regina chain
Titanium PBR sprocket

SUSPENSIONS
Front: OHLINS magnesium telescopic fork, fully adjustable
Rear: OHLINS Pro-link

EXHAUST
Akrapovic

Driver

Andrea Iannone

Andrea Iannone debuted in the 125 World Championship in 2005, taking his first win of the class in 2008. More victories prefaced the Italian’s move to Moto2™ for 2010, finishing an impressive third in his first and second seasons. He moves to MotoGP™ in 2013 with Pramac Racing Team. After consistent results in his rookie year, Iannone joined the factory Ducati Team for two years, taking his first win at the Austrian GP in 2016. The Italian moved to Team Suzuki Ecstar for 2017 taking some impressive podiums in his second season. Now he moves to Aprilia Racing Team Gresini to begin a new chapter in 2019.

Andrea Iannone

Career

TeamAprilia Racing Team Gresini
Racing Number 29
Race MachineAprilia RS-GP
First Grand Prix 2005 (125cc)
200520th 125cc World Championship
2006 22nd 125cc World Championship
200720th 125cc World Championship
2008 10th 125cc World Championship
20097th 125cc World Championship
2010 3rd Moto2 World Championship
20113rd Moto2 World Championship
2012 3rd Moto2 World Championship
201312th MotoGP World Championship
201410th MotoGP World Championship
20155th MotoGP World Championship
20169th MotoGP World Championship

2017 13th MotoGP World Championship

2018 10th MotoGP World Championship

Andrea Iannone

Bike

APRILIA RS-GP Andrea Iannone

MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Aluminium twin-tube frame
Aluminium swingarm
Dry weight: 160 Kg (as per FIM regulations)
Fuel tank capacity: 22 lt (as per FIM regulations)

ENGINE
Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC 4 pneumatic valves, V4
Total displacement: 1000 cc
Maximum Power: 255 CV
Maximum speed: 350 km/h
Gearbox: 6-speed

TYRES
Michelin

BRAKES
BREMBO

Regina chain
Titanium PBR sprocket

SUSPENSIONS
Front: OHLINS magnesium telescopic fork, fully adjustable
Rear: OHLINS Pro-link

EXHAUST
Akrapovic

Technical team

Antonio Jimenez Antonio Jimenez
MotoGP Crew Chief
Gianluca Giorgini Gianluca Giorgini
Track Engineer
Guido Fontana Guido Fontana
Telemetry Engineer
Carlo Toccafondi Carlo Toccafondi
Chief Mechanic
Alberto Presutti Alberto Presutti
Mechanic
Antonio Mir Moragues Antonio Mir Moragues
Mechanic
Salvador Franco Borja Salvador Franco Borja
Mechanic
Cristian Castillo Cristian Castillo
Pit Assistant
Oscar Bolzonella Oscar Bolzonella
Suspensions

Technical team

Fabrizio Cecchini Fabrizio Cecchini
MotoGP Crew Chief
Renato Pennacchio Renato Pennacchio
Track Engineer
Luca Conti Luca Conti
Telemetry Engineer
Simone  Alessandrini Simone Alessandrini
Chief Mechanic
Filippo Tognoni Filippo Tognoni
Mechanic
Edoardo Ciferri Edoardo Ciferri
Mechanic
Roberto Marinoni Roberto Marinoni
Mechanic
Lino Zamengo Lino Zamengo
Pit Assistant
Mike Mike
Suspensions

Staff


Massimo Rivola Massimo Rivola
CEO Aprilia Racing
Fausto Gresini Fausto Gresini
Team Manager
Romano Albesiano Romano Albesiano
Aprilia Racing Manager
Carlo Merlini Carlo Merlini
Marketing & Commerical Director Gresini Racing
Paolo Bonora Paolo Bonora
Project Manager
Giovanni Mattarollo Giovanni Mattarollo
Frame Manager
Michele Masini Michele Masini
Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Coordinator
Flavio Lasalandra Flavio Lasalandra
Marketing & Commerical Director Aprilia Racing
Francesco Bezze Francesco Bezze
Marketing Aprilia Racing
Paolo Pezzini Paolo Pezzini
Press Manager
Andrea Zoccarato Andrea Zoccarato
Press Office & Media Relations
Massimo Meneghin Massimo Meneghin
Spare Parts
Giuseppe Busato Giuseppe Busato
Engine
Marco Griffoni Marco Griffoni
Engine
Luigi Zucchi Luigi Zucchi
Data Engineering
Dario Raimondi Dario Raimondi
Aprilia Racing Coordinator
Beppe Ferrario Beppe Ferrario
Guest Coordinator
Dailyn Caceres Dailyn Caceres
PR Racing Events


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