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Hiroshi Aoyama completes Power Electronics Aspar 2014 line-up

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Hiroshi Aoyama will line up alongside 2006 MotoGP™ World Champion Nicky Hayden with Power Electronics Aspar in the premier class next year. read more »

Aleix Espargaro top CRT for 2013

Thursday, 1, January 1970

For the second consecutive year, Aleix Espargaro has emerged as the top rider equipped with CRT machinery in MotoGP™. The Power Electronics Aspar rider sealed the feat by finishing 11th at Phillip Island on Sunday.

Aspar with Honda and Hayden for 2014-15

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Power Electronics Aspar has revealed it will contest the 2014 and 2015 MotoGP™ seasons with 2006 World Champion Nicky Hayden, while also announcing a new technical agreement to compete with Honda Production Racer machinery.

Espargaro delighted with sixth on grid

Thursday, 1, January 1970

After out-qualifying several prototype-equipped riders on Saturday at Misano Aleix Espargaro was very pleased with his Q2 result.

Aleix Espargaro: Spectacular but disillusioned

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Aleix Espargaro delivered a superb performance to make the top five at Misano on Friday, slower only than the Repsol Honda Team and Yamaha Factory Racing riders despite riding on CRT-specification equipment. However, off the circuit, all was not well with the Power Electronics Aspar rider.

Espargaro: ‘I struggled to stay focused’

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Not even a broken finger and neck pain could prevent Aleix Espargaro from heading up the CRT runners in the Hertz British Grand Prix, as the Power Electronics Aspar rider finished tenth from twelfth on the grid. However, the Spaniard admits that his mind was elsewhere for the majority of the Silverstone weekend.

Espargaro hopes to be fit to race

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Aleix Espargaro’s participation in the Hertz British Grand Prix is in doubt following a heavy crash in Saturday afternoon practice.

Aspar confirms new Aprilia package for 2014

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Power Electronics Aspar will continue working with Aprilia as the company introduces a complete overhaul of its bike package for the 2014 MotoGP™ season.

Espargaro cracks top five on CRT bike

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Aleix Espargaro delivered a highly impressive performance in qualifying for the eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland, placing his Power Electronics Aspar ART bike fifth on the grid at the Sachsenring.

Espargaro excited about new Aprilia engine

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Aleix Espargaro looks forward to receiving more power, with a new Aprilia engine on course to be made available to Power Electronics Aspar at the end of September.

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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. They continued that theme last year, by finishing with the top two riders in the CRT classification, and the intriguing battles between team-mates Espargaró and De Puniet will undoubtedly continue into 2013.

Management

  • Jorge Martinez ‘Aspar’CEO
  • Gino Borsoi Team Manager

Aleix Espargaro's Crew

  • Mauro Noccioli Chief Mechanic
  • Matthew Casey Data Engineer
  • Salvador FrancoMechanic
  • Denis Pazzaglini Mechanic
  • Jordi Cunill Mechanic
  • Oscar Grau Mechanic Assistant

Randy de Puniet's Crew

  • Andrea OrlandiChief Mechanic
  • Davide TagliatestaData Engineer
  • Miguel Angel Gallego Mechanic
  • Juan Manuel Alcañiz Mechanic
  • Ignacio CabezaMechanic
  • Salvador Moraleda Mechanic Assistant
  • Bike Info
  • Bike Aprilia ART
  • Engine 999cc Water-cooled, four-stroke engine with four cylinders (65°) and four valves per cylinder
  • Power Over 230 hp
  • Top Speed Over 330 km/h
  • Chassis ART Aluminium frame
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  • Suspension
  • Front Öhlins inverted 48mm front forks
  • Rear Öhlins rear shock absorber
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  • Brakes
  • Front Two 320mm carbon front discs with four-piston callipers (Brembo)
  • Rear Single stainless steel disc (Brembo)
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