Aprilia All Stars: a reminder of the emotions experienced in 2021 [VIDEO]

The images of the video proposed by Aprilia Official on YouTube recount the experience lived on the occasion of the Aprilia All Stars event . The protagonists were various champions, riders lined up in MotoGP, young talents of motorcycling and guests, gathered on the asphalt of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. A video to savor the different moments, in view of a new Aprilia All Stars event in 2022.

The sportiness signed by Aprilia

The evocative passage at the end of the film recalled on the occasion the important anniversary of April 25, the day in which the anniversary of the liberation of Italy is remembered. Given the period of health emergency, it was not possible to hold a large gathering, as happened for example in Mugello when over 10,000 fans gathered. The appointment with Aprilia and the champions linked to the brand is however planned for 2022 , as reported.

Returning to this year's event, on the Romagna asphalt the standard bearers of the Aprilia Racing Team Gresini, Aleix Espargaró and Lorenzo Savadori, together with friends and champions including Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi, were the protagonists of an event full of emotions and adrenaline.

The images of the video proposed by Aprilia Official on YouTube recount the experience lived on the occasion of the Aprilia All Stars event . The protagonists were various champions, riders lined up in MotoGP, young talents of motorcycling and guests, gathered on the asphalt of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. A video to savor the different moments, in view of a new Aprilia All Stars event in 2022.  The sportiness signed by Aprilia  The evocative passage at the end of the film recalled on the occasion the important anniversary of April 25, the day in which the anniversary of the liberation of Italy is remembered. Given the period of health emergency, it was not possible to hold a large gathering, as happened for example in Mugello when over 10,000 fans gathered. The appointment with Aprilia and the champions linked to the brand is however planned for 2022 , as reported.  Returning to this year's event, on the Romagna asphalt the standard bearers of the Aprilia Racing Team Gresini, Aleix Espargaró and Lorenzo Savadori, together with friends and champions including Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi, were the protagonists of an event full of emotions and adrenaline.    Also present were the guys from the Aprilia RS 660 Trophy, a series for aspiring two-wheel axles starting from the age of 15. On the occasion, the new Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono V4 Factory were tested , as well as the Aprilia RS 660 .  Max Biaggi got on his powerful RSV4 X , while Andrea Iannone also enjoyed himself on the RS 660 in the Trofeo version . Loris Capirossi took to the track with the 2019 RS-GP , a model that has recently become part of his collection. Alex Gramigni was also on the RS-GP, while Manuel Poggiali drove the RSV4 in particular.   Also in evidence Aleix Espargaró who is back on a 2-stroke Aprilia 250 GP and again Max Biaggi, who also took to the track with the 250 on which he won the World Championship in 1996. Among the interesting and most touching moments there was also a moment dedicated to Fausto Gresini.

Also present were the guys from the Aprilia RS 660 Trophy, a series for aspiring two-wheel axles starting from the age of 15. On the occasion, the new Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono V4 Factory were tested , as well as the Aprilia RS 660 .

Max Biaggi got on his powerful RSV4 X , while Andrea Iannone also enjoyed himself on the RS 660 in the Trofeo version . Loris Capirossi took to the track with the 2019 RS-GP , a model that has recently become part of his collection. Alex Gramigni was also on the RS-GP, while Manuel Poggiali drove the RSV4 in particular. 

Also in evidence Aleix Espargaró who is back on a 2-stroke Aprilia 250 GP and again Max Biaggi, who also took to the track with the 250 on which he won the World Championship in 1996. Among the interesting and most touching moments there was also a moment dedicated to Fausto Gresini.

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