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    Aprilia debuted in the world championship in 1985 and since then it has seen varying successes. They were successful in the smaller displacement … Read More
    Aprilia debuted in the world championship in 1985 and since then it has seen varying successes. They were successful in the smaller displacement categories, winning numerous races and championships in the 125 cc and 250 cc Grand Prix classes. However, their 500 cc Grand Prix bike was less competitive, and their first MotoGP effort, dubbed the RS Cube, was technically advanced but difficult to ride and performed poorly in the championship. The Cube did, however, pioneered many advanced technologies including ride by wire throttle and pneumatic valve actuation systems. Aprilia left the MotoGP class at the end of 2004 and then left the lower classes when two-stroke engines were banned. Aprilia set the record for the most points earned by a manufacturer in a single season from the 125cc class with 410 points in 2007. It was also the highest points earned by a constructor in Grand Prix motorcycle racing's history until 2011 when 420 points were won by the same bikes winning 16 out of 17 races. WORK: The software used was Photoshop CS6 and I used only the tool pen. Source: Wikipedia Read Less
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1992  APRILIA RS 125 R
FIM Grand Prix World Championship 1992 season - 125cc

Aprilia debuted in the world championship in 1985 and since then it has seen varying successes. They were successful in the smaller displacement categories, winning numerous races and 
championships in the 125 cc and 250 cc Grand Prix classes. Aprilia set the record for the most points earned by a manufacturer in a single season from the 125cc class with 410 points in 2007. 
It was also the highest points earned by a constructor in Grand Prix motorcycle racing's history until 2011 when 420 points were won by the same bikes winning 16 out of 17 races.