Sport Communication at Aprilia unprofessional, says Lowes

00:10  12 august  2017
00:10  12 august  2017 Source:   Read Sport

Scott Redding set for Aprilia in 2018 after Lowes axed

  Scott Redding set for Aprilia in 2018 after Lowes axed Scott Redding is set to ride for Aprilia next season, with Sam Lowes being cut from the team, according to Crash.net. Lowes will no longer serve the second year of his contract with the Aprilia Gresini team, with the team deciding to move on after a difficult season for the former World Supersport champion. Redding has now been thrown a MotoGP lifeline, after being replaced at Pramac Ducati by Australian Jack Miller next season. Redding will be set to reunite with the Gresini squad after riding for the Italian outfit in 2014. The Briton struggled on the open class Honda, before moving to Marc VDS Honda. This leaves Lowes in a difficult place, now left with not many options available in the premier class for next season. He had expected to keep his ride at Aprilia after positive talks over the summer break. Lowes’ teammate Aleix Espargaro, who has outshone the Briton throughout this season, tweeted a message of support to the rider, presumably after hearing the news. Twitter: Bro @SamLowes22 ️ https://t.

Sam Lowes says the situation at the Aprilia MotoGP team before his contract was cancelled a year early was "lacklustre" and " unprofessional ". "Honestly, the communication between him [Albesiano] and me, myself and management is so lacklustre and not professional, and it's very

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Sam Lowes has slammed Aprilia management in the wake of his 2018 contract termination, the Briton taking issue with ‘lacklustre’ communication between it and himself.

2013 World Supersport champion Lowes was contracted to Aprilia for two years beginning in 2017, but after a tough start to his MotoGP career – he has scored just two points in 10 races – the Italian manufacturer quickly cast his future into doubt.

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Aprilia boss Romano Albesiano said prior to the Czech Grand Prix that Lowes had

However, as Lowes’ manager Roger Burnet confirmed to BT Sport, Aprilia activated its break clause in the Briton’s contract on Thursday, with unconfirmed reports Scott Redding – who himself has been dropped by Pramac in favour of Jack Miller for 2018 – will join the team.

Scott Redding set for Aprilia in 2018 after Lowes axed

  Scott Redding set for Aprilia in 2018 after Lowes axed Scott Redding is set to ride for Aprilia next season, with Sam Lowes being cut from the team, according to Crash.net. Lowes will no longer serve the second year of his contract with the Aprilia Gresini team, with the team deciding to move on after a difficult season for the former World Supersport champion. Redding has now been thrown a MotoGP lifeline, after being replaced at Pramac Ducati by Australian Jack Miller next season. Redding will be set to reunite with the Gresini squad after riding for the Italian outfit in 2014. The Briton struggled on the open class Honda, before moving to Marc VDS Honda. This leaves Lowes in a difficult place, now left with not many options available in the premier class for next season. He had expected to keep his ride at Aprilia after positive talks over the summer break. Lowes’ teammate Aleix Espargaro, who has outshone the Briton throughout this season, tweeted a message of support to the rider, presumably after hearing the news. Twitter: Bro @SamLowes22 ️ https://t.

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When asked on Friday at the Red Bull Ring about the situation, Lowes disagreed with the lack of communication between himself and Aprilia management, but has vowed to prove the marque wrong in the remaining eight races.

“Honestly, the communication between him (Albesiano) and me, myself and management, is so lacklustre and not professional, and it’s very difficult,”

“I wish them the best – I think the project has great potential, I think bike has great potential to do well in MotoGP, but there’s no love lost.

“There’s going to be no issues obviously at all, but I don’t owe them anything, because the opportunity they said they gave me wasn’t there anyway.

“So, yeah, it’s been frustrating, it’s been disappointing, there’s some people in there that I won’t be friends with but that’s not the end of the world.

Aprilia gives Lowes two races to prove worth

  Aprilia gives Lowes two races to prove worth Aprilia has said it would like Sam Lowes to perform well in the next two grands prix in order for him to secure his future with the Italian marque for next year. Despite being on a two-year contract with the Noale factory – which the Briton is steadfast in his claims it is watertight – Lowes has been put under intense pressure to perform after a difficult start to his MotoGP career. The British rider has only qualified outside of the top 20 once in the first nine rounds and has scored just two points after finishing 14th at the French Grand Prix, but has started to show flashes of speed. This has not gone unnoticed by Aprilia boss Romano Albesiano, but the Italian still wants more from Lowes from the Czech and Austrian races. “We would really like to give him more chance,” Albesiano told Autosport.com. “It’s very difficult for a rookie. We are seeing some special performances from rookies, which are unbelievable. “Normally, even a very good rider takes time to get to the level. “He has showed some good signs of improvement, I’m really hoping he will show us more in these (next) two races to finally be able to confirm him.” Aprilia had courted former rider Alvaro Bautista and Danilo Petrucci, but both secure their futures with Aspar and Pramac respectively just before the summer break.

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“Now the ball’s in my court, to go out there, prove that they’re making a mistake and try to secure my future in MotoGP – and that’s what I’ll try to do.”

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Crutchlow: “All they’ve done is demoralise him”

Fellow Briton Cal Crutchlow pulled no punches in his response to the situation, the LCR Honda man branding it a ‘disgrace’.

Crutchlow, who is good friends with the Aprilia rider, has questioned Aprilia’s expectations of Lowes in his maiden campaign and believes his speed warrants him a proper chance.

“I think it’s a disgrace,”

“There’s no other way to put it. What did they expect him to do in his first year in MotoGP? The package is not a Yamaha, it it?

“We know they’ve treated him like crap, we know that the bike hasn’t started in most sessions, the crew chief is not very good.

“All they’ve done is demoralise him more every time. The way it’s been handled has been out of order and I don’t agree with it. He deserves a shot because he is fast.”

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Sykes fastest in red-flagged FP2 despite crash .
Tom Sykes remained on top of the timesheets at the Lausitzring despite a session-ending crash during second practice for the German World Superbike round. The session was brought to a halt with 35 minutes on the clock after fluid was deposited on circuit at Turn 12, which caught Stefan Bradl out and left bits of his Honda strewn across track. Alex Lowes’ Yamaha gave up the ghost in a spectacular plume of smoke just seconds before, his R1 leaking fluid. Mercifully, Bradl walked away unscathed but the afternoon session was over for the German. A heavy rain shower during the stoppage period led to an even longer delay, with the session finally getting back underway close to 90 minutes after the original red flag. Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes was top of the pile before the session was halted, the Yorkshireman one of only two riders in the top 10 to improve on their first practice time with a 1m37.172s. Sykes crashed soon after posting that lap at Turn 4. With his bike suffering significant damage as it rolled end over end in the gravel the Kawasaki rider was absent from the remainder of the session. Championship leader Jonathan Rea remained second on the combined times with his 1m37.504s from this morning, while Chaz Davies completed the top three. Lorenzo Savadori held onto fourth spot on his Milwaukee Aprilia. Marco Melandri looked to struggle in the opening session, but jumped up to fifth on the combined times early in second practice with a 1m37.858s.

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