British Moto2 rider Sam Lowes, stated that, he is getting the hang of bigger MotoGP machines. Currently competing in Moto2 class, Lowes will be competing in the top tier of bike racing with Aprilia next season.
This Tuesday and Wednesday, Lowes was at Misano circuit in Italy, testing the Aprilia RS, alongside, Alvaro Bautista, Stefan Bradi and Aprilia test rider Mike di Meglio. After testing for around 135 laps. Lowes said that he was ready for the shift in momentum.
Lowes further said that, "This was a very good test, because we got to the point of also starting to do some tests, beyond simply getting to know the Aprilia RS-GP. For me it is never easy to get off the Moto2 bike and get on the MotoGP machine."
Aprilia also tried a number of development package, that will be used in next month's San Marino GP, with Aprilia MotoGP rider, Bradi reporting improvement in stability and braking, as a result of working on the chassis of the bike.