Team Aspar rider PJ Jacobsen will start from pole in the first round of the Spanish 125cc Championship in Albacete tomorrow. This will be the first CEV race for the American and he started the weekend on the right foot with a best laptime of 1:36.3 min, set in... Read more
Team Aspar will again be present in the CEV, the Spanish Championship, in the 125cc class this year, supporting the efforts of three young riders. Spaniard Adrian Martin and American Patrick “PJ” Jacobsen already appeared as wildcards for Team Aspar at world championship races last year and will do... Read more
16th Gábor Talmacsi: 1.52.170 (12 laps)“I was in quite a lot of pain in both sessions. I’m finding it hard to turn the bike and I lose more and more time with every lap. Because of that I lost the front coming through the chicane, although luckily I escaped... Read more
The 125cc riders had the first chance to experience the Indianapolis under dry conditions in the final qualifying this afternoon. With plenty of crashes during the qualifying there will be an interesting starting grid tomorrow.The Bancaja Aspar Team did not have a very good day with an injured... Read more
11th Gábor Talmacsi: 2.01.238 (4 laps)“The Aprilia was working perfectly and my feeling was as good as it could be, but perhaps because I was trying to go too fast too soon I had this accident. I didn’t feel as though I was on the edge but it was... Read more
Torrential rain made the first qualifying of the 125cc class in Indianapolis very difficult for the riders. Large puddles on the track posed a serious safety risk and due to the bad weather conditions we saw some unusal riders in the first few rows of the provisional grid.It also... Read more
The Aspar Team Media Department has published the following stats/release on this weekend’s 3rd rider in the 125cc squad, Patrick Jacobsen… PATRICK JACOBSEN #54 –       Date of Birth: 07-08-93–       Age: 15–       Place of Birth: Montgomery – New York-–       Weight: 52–       Height: 1.64 Young Gun, Patrick Jacobsen is a force on the track.... Read more
“I am enormously grateful to the Bancaja Aspar team for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Grand Prix at Indianapolis. This is the first time that I will have ridden in a round of the World MotoGP and I’m looking forward to it… it’s like a... Read more
As you may be aware, although Aspar have replaced Pere Tutusaus with Adrian Martin for the rest of the 125cc World Championship season, they have also elected to run an American (“local” I’m guessing is their definition / reason on this…?) for the Indianapolis round.His name is Patrick Jacobsen,... Read more