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Aleix Espargaro 'feels better than ever, 2021 crucial year for Aprilia'

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank The departure of Cal Crutchlow (35), Andrea Dovizioso (34) and Tito Rabat (31) means Aleix Espargaro now becomes the second-oldest rider on the MotoGP grid, after Valentino Rossi. At 31, the Spaniard is ten years younger than Rossi, but the only other riders over 30 at the scheduled 2021 season-opener in Qatar will be Johann Zarco and Danilo Petrucci, plus Bradley Smith, if he gets the second Aprilia race seat alongside Espargaro. "The old guys always say 'I feel better than ever in my career!' But in my...
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