One of the aspects that is talked about in adapting to a MotoGP bike for a rider who is new to it has to do with the ease of riding. In the opinion of Andrea Dovizioso, who is now rediscovering the Yamaha YZR-M1, this cannot only be considered, as speed is also a crucial element of the equation.
Dovizioso has spent much of 2021 on the sidelines serving a sabbatical having lost his factory Ducati ride at the end of 2020. The 15-time MotoGP race winner has kept bike fit by racing motocross in Italy and carried out a test programme with Aprilia up until August. He has...
Scott Redding is currently one of the references of the Superbike World Championship, not having taken long to fight for victories when he arrived in 2020. He has also been on another world championship stage before, in his short-lived stint with few results of good memory in MotoGP until 2018.
Andrea Dovizioso concludes a third test with the Aprilia Racing test team for the RS-GP. The result, according to the press release, was "very interesting." Ideal conditions were met at the Misano track during the "very interesting" test. Andrea Dovizioso and the test team were able to stretch the bike's legs this time around, following a rainy outing at Mugello.
What’s MotoGP racer Andrea Dovizioso doing with his year off in 2021? One thing’s for sure, he’s keeping himself very busy in the bike world. First, it was testing not just once, but twice with the Aprilia MotoGP team. As of May 17, 2021, Dovi is now an official development rider and brand ambassador for the all-new Italjet Dragster.