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Japanese rider Hiroshi Aoyama will be part of Avintia Blusens MotoGP Racing Team for the 2013 season and will participate in G.P. of Valencia
The Avintia Blusens MotoGP Racing Team has just confirmed that Hiroshi Aoyama will be incorporated to ride one of the CRT's of the Spanish team. The latest 250 c.c. class world champion and official Honda rider has already ridden for the top category in 2010 and 2011. It is a great incentive for Avintia Blusens to count on a world champion and a fast and aggressive rider such as the Japanese. The work developed by the team on the CRT throughout the season along with Aoyama's experience in MotoGP is very promising in terms of achieving positive results for both and being placed among the best CRT's. With the intention to bring forward the pre-season work and to be properly incorporated in the team Aoyama will participate in the last round of the year which will take place on 11 of November in Valencia.
Hiroshi Aoyama: "At first I want to say thank you to Avintia Blusens team because they give me the opportunity to come back to MotoGP championship, the series were I got my best results as a racer. Avintia Blusens worked hard this year to develop a new bike and they did a good job. I hope I can help them to continue the development of bike and team and that we can do good things together. I am excited to go back to action in this class and to try their crt machine. Also I want to thank Honda World Superbike Team for accepting my come back in Valencia even though I still have contract with them till end of season. I will try my best next year because the past years were not so good for me and I am really looking forward to go back to my best potential".