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Aprilia thanks rivals for piston change permission

Among the measures taken by the MotoGP manufacturers in the wake of the Covid pandemic was a cost-cutting technical freeze on engine and aerodynamic development. Having only rolled out its brand-new RS-GP in January and expecting, as a concession manufacturer, to be able to freely develop all aspects of the motorcycle throughout the season, Aprilia was arguably the hardest hit by the decision. Especially given the lockdown in Italy. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE MotoGP's technical freeze was subsequently tweaked so that Aprilia and fellow concession manufacturer KTM could develop their 2020 engine design until the end of June, rather than the March 25 deadline for...
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