'We don't really know how Miguel Oliveira and Raul Fernandez will be on our bike' - Romano Albesiano
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This year MotoGP will have a sprint race for each Grand Prix weekend, which makes a total of 42 races during the whole 2023 calendar. In terms of kilometers done on the track, sprint races don't change much what is done over a weekend, but this novelty can increase the pressure and the risk of crashing - this is the perspective of Romano Albesiano, who also recalled the the satellite team and riders, with RNF.

According to Aprilia's Technical Director, the italian structure is still realizing how the sprint races will change the dynamics and all the work done during a GP.

'It is not clear, we are trying to find out. The stress level for people and riders will be higher, that's clear, but when it comes to parts or technical aspects we don't know, even if the overall kilometers doesn't change much. Maybe the risk of crashing is higher, because there are more starts and the pressure of the race is different, but from a purely technical point of view, I don't see a big difference. I can also imagine that different management will be needed in some areas, for example with tyres. We'll have to do something different, but I don't think it's super critical' , said Albesiano according to SPEEDWEEK.com.

The italian added: 'We don't really know how Miguel [Oliveira] and Raul [Fernandez] will be on our bike. That is why we cannot assess this situation yet. And with Maverick [Viñales] and Aleix [Espargaro] - both are sometimes quite fast in the first part of a race... But I wouldn't say, generally speaking, that's our great strength'.

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