The Czech Republic and Austria, two events with which to start over and forget about the disappointments of the first part of the championship. Aprilia is ready to return to action at the Czech track this weekend, all eyes on the RS-GP as we wait to see its level of competitiveness.
The spotlight will also be on Aleix Espargarò, who suffered a serious thoracic contusion after a crash during warm-up at the Sachsenring. The Spaniard is nevertheless feeling confident about his physical condition: "It's a rather difficult track to face but I'm ready for it. Physically I feel very good, I managed to train as needed and I want to forget all the bad luck that has affected us so far. The objective is to change course in the second half of the season and return to the positions that we deserve".
On the other side of the garage, Scott Redding seeks confirmation: "Brno is a track that I like. I hope the RS-GP likes it too. The break was short, but it let me unplug for a bit. Now it's time to get back on the track and my goals remain the same: have fun riding, give my all and draw the sums when the weekend is over."