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Aragon Grand Prix, Motorland: Bridgestone debrief with Shinji Aoki
Last Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix was won by Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa, the Spaniard finally winning at the circuit after finishing runner-up the previous two years. In what has been an almost regular occurrence this season, bad weather affected the first couple of days of action at Aragon, requiring wet... Read more
Rosell takes hard-fought 27th after “disaster” crash in morning warm-up
QMMF Racing Team riders Anthony West and Elena Rosell had one of their best days this season so far when they battled to tenth and 27th place in today’s Grand Prix of Aragón. Rosell suffered a crash in the warm-up practice session on Sunday morning and badly banged her right... Read more
Karel Hanika wins Rookies season finale from Alt and Trautmann
Karel Hanika won the final Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup race of the season after a superb race long tussle, crossing the Motorland Aragon finish line just ahead of Cup Champion Florian Alt and Saturday’s winner Lukas Trautmann. It was a fabulous way to end probably the final 2-stroke race... Read more
Aragon Grand Prix, Motorland: Bridgestone Race Review
Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa dominated the Aragon Grand Prix today to clinch his fourth win of the season and breathe life back into the championship fight. It was Yamaha Factory Racing’s Lorenzo who got the better start before Pedrosa took the lead on lap six from where he managed to... Read more
Bautista hoping to solve front-end issues after lonely ride from 12th to 6th
The sun finally shone on the third day of the GP of Aragon today, with home favourite Alvaro Bautista able to overcome his difficulties in practice to seal sixth place in the race. The result was an improvement of six places on his grid position and it keeps him... Read more
Espargaro takes smart victory in front of home fans, Rabat 12th after good battle, Pons 17th
Pol Espargaró took his third win of the 2012 season, adding Motorland Aragón to his wins at Jerez and Silverstone. It’s his ninth podium of the year, the fifth consecutive, and it puts him 48 points behind leader Marc Márquez and 32 points in front of Italian Andrea Iannone... Read more
Lack of feeling with the bike leaves Barbera in 12th position
Pramac Racing Team rider Hèctor Barberà rode hard to take 12th position during the Gran Premio de Aragon under sunny and clear skies at least. Starting from the 10th spot on the grid, Héctor slipped a place at the start, exiting turn two in eleventh position. After another two... Read more
10th place secures Espargaro top CRT honours at Aragon
Dani Pedrosa completed a Spanish treble in Aragón (MotoGP: Pedrosa, Moto2: Espargaró and Moto3: Salom) with another storming victory. Although Jorge Lorenzo made a good start, Pedrosa was right up with the MotoGP series leader and had caught him by lap three. The two rode side-by-side for five laps,... Read more
Torres takes best result to date with 8th at Aragon, Terol 13th after slow start
The Moto2 class had a hard act to follow after the Moto3 show, but the intermediate class riders were up to the task. The lead group broke away quickly, with Simone Corsi fastest out of the blocks from pole. Espargaró, Márquez and Iannone followed him closely and tried to... Read more
Simon only 18th at Aragon despite tough battle for points
In a typical Moto2 race, that’s to say with a great number of riders fighting to the limit in big groups, Blusens Avintia rider Julián Simón finished the Aragon Grand Prix in 18th position, having been in the third group of the race in which he fought until the... Read more