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Aprilia failure rate "unacceptable" - Espargaro

Aleix Espargaro says he has been promised a "revolution" by his Aprilia team after suffering an "unacceptable" spate of mechanical failures in the opening races of the MotoGP season. Espargaro ran out of fuel on the final lap of the Qatar Grand Prix, with Aprilia having only just readied its new engine for the season opener. The Spaniard then also retired from Argentina with a mechanical problem, and then pulled up on the opening lap at Jerez, with Aprilia later naming a "loosened screw on the pneumatic circuit" as the reason for the early exit. Espargaro said it's "unacceptable" to have three retirements in four races, and he is struggling to...
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