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MotoGP News: Aprilia an 'empty void' in disastrous 2018 - Redding

Scott Redding says the Aprilia MotoGP team was like an "empty void" in 2018, two years on from his disastrous final premier-class campaign with the Italian manufacturer. The 27-year-old Briton replaced fellow countryman Sam Lowes at the Team Gresini-run Aprilia squad in 2018, having previously raced both Honda and Ducati machinery in his first four years in the premier class. But the 2013 Moto2 runner-up struggled with the RS-GP from the outset and while team-mate Aleix Espargaro managed four top-10 finishes, including a sixth at Aragon, Redding's best was an 11th in the final race of the year at Valencia and he was replaced by Andrea Iannone for 2019. Redding has since re-built...
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