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APRILIA RACING WSBK 2013

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World Superbike – Aprilia Manufacturer Champion 2013
By Aprilia Racing on Sunday, October 20 2013

APRILIA WORLD SUPERBIKE 2013 MANUFACTURER CHAMPION.
IT IS THE BRAND THAT HOLDS THE ITALIAN COLOURS HIGH IN MOTORSPORTS THIS SEASON.

THIS IS APRILIA’S FIFTH TITLE IN SBK IN THE LAST FOUR YEARS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP NUMBER 52 FOR THE ITALIAN BRAND.

APRILIA DOMINATES THE CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 550 AGAINST KAWSAKI’S 501, 443 FOR BMW, SUZUKI AT 243, HONDA WITH 236, 185 FOR DUCATI AND YAMAHA 8.

LAVERTY AND GUINTOLI FINISH THE SEASON IN SECOND AND THIRD PLACE IN THE RIDER STANDINGS.

After dominating the standings for the entire season, starting from the extraordinary Phillip Island round where the took five of the six spots on the podium up for grabs, Aprilia is crowned 2013 World Superbike Manufacturer World Champion.

World Superbike – The races at Jerez
By Aprilia Racing on Sunday, October 20 2013

DOUBLE WIN FOR EUGENE LAVERTY WHO DOMINATES AT JEREZ IN THE FINAL ROUND OF THE 2013 WSBK SEASON.

APRILIA WINS THE BRAND CHAMPIONSHIP BY A WIDE MARGIN WITH 550 POINTS OVER KAWASAKI’S 501, 443 FOR BMW, 243 FOR SUZUKI, 236 FOR HONDA, 185 FOR DUCATI AND 8 FOR YAMAHA.

LAVERTY IS SECOND AND GUINTOLI (ON THE PODIUM IN RACE 2) IS THIRD IN THE RIDER STANDINGS.

Eugene Laverty and the Aprilia RSV4 dominated in the last round of the 2013 World SBK season.
In Race 1 Laverty got the best of Marco Melandri with an extraordinary pass on the outside in the last turn after having led the entire race until two laps from the end when the Italian overtook him. It looked like it was all over but Laverty dug deep and found the winning move – and the most difficult line – right at the turn that comes out onto the final straight stretch. His final flight to victory was exhilarating.

World Superbike – The Superpole at Jerez
By Aprilia Racing on Sunday, October 20 2013

SUPERPOLE FOR EUGENE LAVERTY, EXTREMELY FAST IN ALL THE SESSIONS WITH A DOUBLE WIN IN HIS SIGHTS

SYLVAIN GUINTOLI WILL START FROM THE SECOND ROW TOMORROW (FIFTH BEST TIME)

DAVIDE GIUGLIANO ON THE TEAM ALTHEA RSV4 EARNED A FRONT ROW START WITH THE THIRD BEST TIME

The stated objective was to leave no space for his rivals and Eugene Laverty lived up to the expectations. Extremely fast in all the sessions, the Northern Irish rider rode his RSV4 to the second Superpole of the season on the Jerez circuit. Team mate Sylvain Guintoli stopped the clock with the fifth best time, in any case consoled by the good times he made during the practice sessions.

World Superbike – The Friday at Jerez
By Aprilia Racing on Friday, October 18 2013

APRILIA IS VERY FAST ON THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE AT JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA

EUGENE LAVERTY AND SYLVAIN GUINTOLI ARE OFF TO A GOOD START ON A TRACK THEY BOTH KNOW WELL

THE ELIAS (RED DEVILS) AND GIUGLIANO (ALTHEA RACING) RSV4S ARE ALSO IN THE TOP-5

The weekend for Aprilia Racing Team at Jerez de la Frontera, the last round in the 2013 World Superbike season, is off to the best possible start. In fact, official riders Eugene Laverty and Sylvain Guintoli demonstrated excellent pace from the first two practice sessions, finishing respectively in second and third place (in free practice) and third and fifth (in qualifying practice).

World Superbike – The Jerez preview
By Aprilia Racing on Wednesday, October 16 2013

THE WORLD SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON WILL FINISH ON THE SPECTACULAR SPANISH JEREZ CIRCUIT

EUGENE LAVERTY AND SYLVAIN GUINTOLI ARE EAGER TO FINISH THE SEASON THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY

APRILIA IS CLOSE TO THE MANUFACTURER TITLE, HAVING DOMINATED THE STANDINGS FROM THE FIRST ROUND

The final round of the 2013 World Superbike season is about to kick off on a brand new track for the factory derivative championship – the spectacular Jerez circuit. The Aprilia Racing Team will arrive in Spain mathematically within a shout of victory for both Eugene Laverty and team mate Sylvain Guintoli, both of whom have put in an excellent season. The probabilities certainly don’t favour the Aprilia riders, but in any case they are ready to give it their all on a track that they know well since it was the Italian team’s test track this year.