RNF Aprilia MotoGP team principle Razlan Razali revealed that his team's ambitions are huge. They don't want to wait for anything, they want to see positive results right away. “We are desperate for success again,” said Razali, as quoted by motorsportweek.com “With Aprilia and our two new riders we want immediate results, we want to come back into competitiveness with top tens, top fives and even some podiums our main targets (from the start of 2023.)” RNF Racing team manager Wilco Zeelenberg revealed that they have been working hard and can't wait to see how their drivers do.
“With Miguel Oliveira and Raul Fernandez we have two hotshots, Miguel won two races last year in MotoGP and we’re looking forward to seeing how he gets on with the Aprilia bike which was outperforming itself last year,” said Zeelenberg.
“We have been working now for three or four months, we’ve been making progress but it’s not easy – although better than expected because there are many different things as you need to order different equipment and discuss many things, but the incorporation is very good”.
However, they want to warn that they should be realistic and slowly work towards their goals. They will look for every moment to improve the condition of their team, and they are aware that it will not be easy to achieve this goal.
“We agreed to run the 2022 factory bike, so the last spec they had at the end of last season we will run for 2023,” added Zeelenberg. “There are possibilities for improvements if they find something and we can share, but they need time to make them like we had with Yamaha so while the work never stops, we need to be realistic at this moment in that finding big things to make big steps is not impossible, but it will be small steps”.
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