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MotoGP, Trackhouse will have an Aprilia 2024...but they needs someone good at Photoshop!

It's presentation time, and so it's nothing strange if next Jan. 26, the new Trackhouse-Aprilia team, born from the ashes of Cryptodata RNF has decided to unveil itself in LA

MotoGP: Trackhouse will have an Aprilia 2024...but they needs someone good at Photoshop!

It's presentation time, and so it's nothing strange if next Jan. 26, the new Trackhouse-Aprilia team, born from the ashes of Cryptodata RNF has decided to unveil itself in LA, or at Nashville? Or at least we think so since apart from this photo, clumsily retouched in Photoshop, no one has received anything.

 

It seems certain, however, that at the very least Miguel Oliveira will receive a 2024 RS-GP. Nothing else is known...except that the Americans on the team lack a media manager skilled in photo editing because this image here, well, doesn't look very professional...

 

Teasing aside, the livery presented at the birth of the team with Massimo Rivola was very nice, in star and stripes style, very similar to the one used by Nicky Hayden. In fact, the 2006 world champion sported a patriotic-themed fairing at Valencia in 2008. Trackhouse Racing will be the first U.S.-licensed team to race in MotoGP since the 2013 Indianapolis Grand Prix, when Blake Young brought the Attack Performance Racing team's APR-Kawasaki to the race under CRT regulations.

In recent days we revealed of the birth of the new circuit near the team's headquarters, Flatrock Motorsport Park in Tenneesee.

 

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