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Aleix Espargaró best CRT rider for 2012


Aleix Espargaró made history yesterday by becoming the first CRT rider to lead a MotoGP race, and he did so for two laps at Valencia. He had to pass through the pits later on in the race to change bikes, in order to use the slicks that were appropriate for the conditions. He then set about overtaking his teammate, and claimed the best CRT rider of 2012 honour. read more »

De Puniet makes history as first CRT rider to lead a MotoGP™ practice

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Power Electronics Aspar Team rider pushes through mixed track conditions to end the opening day of the final round of the season on top of the timesheets

Espargaró in line to take CRT "title" in Valencia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Power Electronics Aspar Team races at its home track in Valencia this weekend with Aleix Espargaró leading his team-mate Randy De Puniet in the chase for the first ever CRT 'title' by eleven points.

De Puniet scores best-ever CRT grid spot in Australia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Power Electronics Aspar’s Randy de Puniet put in a stunning performance during qualifying at Phillip Island today to score the highest ever CRT grid spot in ninth.

De Puniet muscles past prototypes in Phillip Island

Thursday, 1, January 1970

After the tribulations of the last two rounds Randy De Puniet was finally smiling again today as he recovered his feeling with the Power Electronics Aspar ART machine.

Espargaró takes season-best result in wet Malaysia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

There were mixed feelings for the Power Electronics Aspar riders in Sepang.

De Puniet leads the CRT charge on day one in Sepang

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Just 0.048 seconds separate the Power Electronics Aspar pair, with Randy de Puniet lapping thirteenth fastest and Aleix Espargaró fourteenth.

Espargaró leads CRTs while De Puniet has Motegi to forget

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Power Electronics Aspar’s Aleix Espargaró is becoming ever more consistent as the crucial moment of the season draws ever closer.

Espargaró top Motegi CRT in 13th

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Once again, the Power Electronics Aspar riders headed the CRTs in qualifying.

Aspar pair both crash in same corner but set the CRT pace in Japan

Thursday, 1, January 1970

There were mixed fortunes for the Power Electronics Aspar riders, who both recorded positive results but also crashed in the same corner.

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Power Electronics Aspar Information:

The Aspar Team was initially set up by four-time World Champion Jorge Martínez to support his own racing efforts, however since his retirement in 1997 the team has gone on to even greater things in the lower cylinder categories. Winning races and challenging for the championship has become part of the team’s fabric, and they won titles in 125s with Bautista, Talmacsi and Terol. They also enjoyed race wins in 250s with the likes of Randy de Puniet, who rejoins the team this year and is joined by Spaniard Aleix Espargaro, who makes a timely return to MotoGP after an up and down season in Moto2.

Team Management

  • Jorge Martínez "Aspar"CEO
  • Gino BorsoiTeam Manager

Randy de Puniet Crew

  • Andrea OrlandiChief Mechanic
  • Davide TagliatestaData Engineer
  • Miguel Ángel GallegoMechanic
  • Juan Manuel AlcañizMechanic
  • Ignacio CabezaMechanic
  • Salvador MoraledaMechanic Assistant

Aleix Espargaró Crew

  • Mauro NoccioliChief Mechanic
  • Matthew CaseyData Engineer
  • Salvador FrancoMechanic
  • Denis PazzagliniMechanic
  • Jordi CunillMechanic
  • Óscar GrauMechanic Assistant
  • Bike Info
  • Bike ART GP12
  • Engine 65 V4 999cc
  • Power Over 220hp
  • Top Speed Over 330 km/h
  • Chassis Aluminium ART
  • Dry weight 165kg
  • Suspension
  • Front Inverted fork (Öhlins)
  • Rear Rear shock (Öhlins)
  • Brakes
  • Front Two 320mm carbon discs (Brembo)
  • Rear Steel disc (Brembo)