Noale (Italy), 14 July 2021 - Aprilia RSV4 continues to confirm its winning status among factory derivative bikes. After winning 7 World Superbike titles, the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup and the Italian Superbike Championship, the Italian V4 adds another important notch to its extraordinary racing history.
Last weekend at Knockhill Racing Circuit, Fraser Rogers (25 years old from Swindon, UK) rode his Aprilia RSV4 1100 to victory in Race 2 of the Superstock category of BSB, the British national championship (which is celebrating 25 years of operation, 1996-2021). This is a significant achievement for the Team IN Competition rider, now third in the overall riders championship standings and a contender for the title.
Images source: twitter.com/in_competition
“YESSSS - P1 BABYY!! 🏆🏆🍾🍾We did it! Honestly can’t explain the emotions right now. Huge credit to my team - this was a big team effort @in_competition for the package ❤️ & everyone that continues to stand by me through thick and thin. Today has been the best day of my career by far & let’s just keep it rolling.
Fraser began his riding career at the age of 13, also with an Aprilia, in 2008: 1st at the British Aprilia Superteens.
Image source: fraserrogers.co.uk/about.html
“THE EYES OF AN EMOTIONAL VICTORY!”.
Image source: facebook.com/FraserRogers89
In the background, Fraser Rogers astride the Aprilia RSV4 on the Knockhill track.
Source of images: fraserrogers.co.uk/about.html
The next championship round will be held at Brands Hatch on the weekend of 25 July.
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