Aprilia to make WSBK return in 2017

To partner with Shaun Muir Racing as a factory team - Eugene Laverty and WSBK debutant Lorenzo Savadori signed on as riders

Overdrive September 23, 2016 18:33:09 IST
Aprilia to make WSBK return in 2017

Aprilia will return to the World Super Bike Championship after a two-year hiatus with Shaun Muir Racing (SMR). With SMR retaining the Milwaukee Tools Corporation as its title sponsor, the two year contract will see the newly christened Milwaukee Aprilia through to the 2018 season.

The contract states that Aprilia must provide all technical material and direct assistance to the team while continuing to develop the bike. Thus classifying them as a supported factory team.

Aprilia will field two RSV4 factory bikes with current MotoGP...

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