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Motorcycles Aleix Espargaro: Prevented Fabio Quartararo the first Aprilia podium?

15:25  03 may  2021
15:25  03 may  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Aleix Espargaro verlor durch Fabio Quartararo einige Positionen © Motorsport Images Aleix Espargaro Lost by Fabio Quartararo Some positions

Aprilia was welcome to the Spain Grand Prix in Jerez about the second top 6 result of the current season. For Aprilia spear peak Aleix Espargaro was even more in Andalusia than six sixth place. The Spaniards drove on the fourth position round and had a chance of making the first Aprilia podium.

that it has finally not quite worked, but should not put the sixth place in the shadows, says Espargaro: "We always talk about the podium, but it will forget about where we come. Last year we fell heavily in Drive the points. I am the first to create it on the podium. "

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"Our Konstanz and our lap times are very good," the Aprilia pilot accounts. "It was a good and solid race. I claimed me the complete race over the top group. As Fabio (Quartararo) got problems, I could not overtake him. He drove very slowly on the ideal line."

Aleix Espargaro does not come to Fabio Quartararo over

"In this round I lost two seconds. Joan (me) and (Takaaki) Nakagami overtook me and I could not do anything to fight back. It's a pity because I was so fast Franco (Morbidelli), "Espargaro mourns a better result afterwards.

"It's a pity to have lost the fourth place," the Spaniard notes. On Joan me and Takaaki Nakagami, Espargaro did not come over. "It's very hard for me to overtake, but I'm satisfied with the performance in the race," he summarizes.

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also Aleix Espargaro is struggling with Armpump

Armpump was a problem in Jerez, with which several drivers had to fight. The most significant were the effects at Fabio Quartararo, who dominated the race and then suddenly passed through. Even Aleix Espargaro came to its limits.

"In the last rounds of the race, I had struggled with arm pump in the right arm. I had no power to brake hard. I lost a lot of performance on the brake," reports the Aprilia pilot and

apart from the physical problems Has Espargaro also in terms of development in Aprilia clear ideas as it continues. "We need to improve the traction, especially if it's hot," he notices and looks straight to the upcoming Grands Prix: "I hope we can hold this level in Le Mans and Mugello."

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