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Aragon WSBK: Davies wins as Fores crashes from lead

Chaz Davies led Jonathan Rea and Marco Melandri in the second World Superbike race at Aragon after Xavi Fores crashed from first place.

Aragon WSBK: Rea beats Ducatis in red-flagged race

Jonathan Rea cruised to his 56th World Superbike win in the latter stages of a tense first race at Aragon, while Chaz Davies pipped Ducati stablemate Xavi Fores to second.

Aragon WSBK: Melandri shades Rea by 0.031s for pole

Marco Melandri pinched World Superbike pole position away from Jonathan Rea by just 0.031 seconds at Aragon, while Ducati teammate Chaz Davies will start Saturday's race 11th after a late fall.

Aragon WSBK: Melandri edges Rea in Friday practice

Marco Melandri edged Jonathan Rea by just 0.039 seconds to top a weather-affected day of practice for the Aragon World Superbike round.

Aprilia calls up Giugliano to replace injured Laverty

Davide Giugliano will return to the World Superbike Championship at next week's Aragon round in place of the injured Eugene Laverty at Milwaukee Aprilia.

Laverty to skip three WSBK rounds due to injury

Eugene Laverty will skip the next three World Superbike rounds and aims to return to action at Donington Park after breaking his pelvis at Buriram.

Kallio doesn't expect any further MotoGP races in 2017

KTM test rider Mika Kallio says he expects his third MotoGP race appearance of the year in Aragon to be his final one of the year, despite his strong performance at the Spanish track.

Marquez will be "very difficult" to beat to title - Rossi

Valentino Rossi reckons it will be "very difficult" for anyone to deny Marc Marquez the 2017 MotoGP title, following the Spaniard's Aragon Grand Prix victory.

Lorenzo feels first Ducati win now "very close"

Jorge Lorenzo feels his first MotoGP victory with Ducati is “very close”, following a strong run to third place in the Aragon Grand Prix.

Vinales: Title bid "impossible" with bike in current state

Maverick Vinales says he fears catching Marc Marquez to win this year's MotoGP title will be "impossible" with Yamaha's current level of competitiveness.

Dovizioso: 16-point swing to Marquez "not a drama"

Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso insists falling 16 points behind main MotoGP title rival Marc Marquez in Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix is “not a drama”.

Mir penalised for "irresponsible" move at Aragon

Moto3 championship leader Joan Mir has been handed a six-place grid penalty for the next round of the season at Motegi for "irresponsible riding" at Aragon.

Petrucci suspects defective tyre to blame for Aragon nightmare

Pramac Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci suspects a defective rear tyre was behind his abysmal run to 20th place in Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix.

Rivals laud injured Rossi's "incredible" Aragon performance

Valentino Rossi's rivals admit they were left impressed by the injured Italian's "incredible" performance in MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix.

Rossi: "If Pedrosa is angry, he should race alone"

Valentino Rossi has shrugged off MotoGP rival Dani Pedrosa's complaints over what the Spaniard considered to be 'unfair' defending during the Aragon Grand Prix.

Marquez had to “fight” bike to score Aragon win

Marc Marquez says he expected to be more comfortable on his Honda bike during MotoGP's Aragon round, despite having emerged victorious.

Pedrosa hits out at Rossi's 'unfair' Aragon defence

Dani Pedrosa has spoken out against the way Valentino Rossi defended position during the Aragon MotoGP race, claiming he was nearly forced off-track at 300km/h.

Aragon MotoGP: Top 5 quotes after race

Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa scored a fantastic one-two result in today’s Aragon Grand Prix

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez takes 16-point lead with victory

Marc Marquez recovered from a crash in qualifying to take an imperious win in the Aragon Grand Prix, retaking sole ownership of the MotoGP championship lead in the process.

Aragon Moto2: Morbidelli wins with audacious last-lap pass

Moto2 championship leader Franco Morbidelli scored his eighth win of the 2017 campaign at Aragon, prevailing in an exhilarating ding-dong battle with compatriot Mattia Pasini.

Aragon Moto3: Mir wins thrilling sprint by 0.043s

Joan Mir racked up an eighth victory of the Moto3 season in a thrilling 13-lap dash to the flag at Aragon, edging out Fabio di Giannantonio by just 0.043s over the line.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez tops shortened warm-up

Marc Marquez topped a shortened Sunday morning warm-up session ahead of the Aragon Grand Prix.

Smith scolded by crew chief for Aragon performance

Bradley Smith says his KTM crew chief gave him a “clip around the ear” for his Aragon Grand Prix qualifying performance, and knows he cannot afford a repeat on Sunday.

Rossi expects to "suffer" in Aragon race despite front row

Yamaha's Valentino Rossi expects he will have to “suffer” in Sunday's Aragon MotoGP race because of his broken leg, despite taking a shock front row qualifying spot.

Zarco: Qualifying behind injured Rossi brings "shame"

Tech 3 Yamaha rider Johann Zarco says everyone who qualified behind the injured Valentino Rossi in Aragon, including himself, has to accept "shame".

Marquez: Aragon qualifying crash down to "pushing too much"

Marc Marquez says the crash that cost him a shot at pole position for MotoGP’s Aragon Grand Prix was simply a consequence of pushing too hard.

Aragon MotoGP: Vinales takes pole as Marquez crashes

Maverick Vinales took pole position for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix in a thrilling qualifying session, as Marc Marquez crashed and an injured Valentino Rossi snatched a front-row spot.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez tops FP3, Rossi books Q2 spot

Marc Marquez set the pace in the Saturday morning MotoGP practice at Aragon, as Valentino Rossi made it directly into Q2 by taking 10th.

Aragon pace shows "terrible" Misano not my fault - Pedrosa

Dani Pedrosa says his pace in MotoGP Friday pactice at a damp Aragon shows that he and his Honda crew are not to blame for his “terrible” Misano outing.

Rossi needs dry running to be certain of racing

Valentino Rossi says he needs to be able to ride in the dry on Saturday to be completely sure of being able to take part in Sunday's Aragon Grand Prix.

Vinales “really frustrated” by backward step in wet

MotoGP title contender Maverick Vinales says he’s upset by the regressive move that Yamaha appears to have made in wet conditions during Aragon Grand Prix practice.

Aragon MotoGP: Pedrosa beats Lorenzo to top FP2

Honda rider Dani Pedrosa led Ducati's Jorge Lorenzo in the second MotoGP practice session at Aragon.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez tops damp FP1, Rossi P18

Marc Marquez led the way in a damp opening practice session for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix, while Valentino Rossi ended up 18th-fastest on his official return to action.

Rossi: Early MotoGP return "not for the championship"

Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi says his 2017 title hopes are not the motivation behind his earlier-than-expected return to MotoGP track action at Aragon.

MotoGP doctor "perplexed" by Rossi's swift recovery

MotoGP medical director Angel Charte says he is "perplexed" by the speed of Valentino Rossi's recovery following his injury.

Crutchlow: Van der Mark shouldn't replace Rossi mid-weekend

Cal Crutchlow believes Michael van der Mark should not step in for Valentino Rossi mid-weekend if the Italian rider decides he is unable to compete properly at Aragon.

Rossi declared fit to ride at Aragon

Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi has been cleared to compete in the Aragon MotoGP race weekend, following an on-track medical check-up.

Rossi will try to ride at Aragon

Valentino Rossi will attend the Aragon MotoGP round with a view to contest the race despite his injury, his Yamaha team has confirmed.

Van der Mark to replace Rossi at Aragon

Yamaha has announced that World Superbike rider Michael van der Mark will replace Valentino Rossi for the next MotoGP round at Aragon.

KTM gives Kallio third wildcard outing at Aragon

KTM test rider Mika Kallio will make his third MotoGP wildcard appearance of the 2017 season at Aragon next month.

KTM Moto2 rider Oliveira completes maiden MotoGP test

Moto2 frontrunner Miguel Oliveira had his first taste of a MotoGP bike after being invited to join KTM's two-day private test at Aragon last week.

Fittipaldi column: Retaking F3.5 championship lead a relief

In his latest Motorsport.com column, Pietro Fittipaldi admits he is relieved to be back at the top of the standings in Formula V8 3.5, despite another up-and-down outing in Aragon.

Aragon F3.5: Orudzhev leads AVF 1-2 in Race 1

Egor Orudzhev kept calm to take his first victory of the 2017 Formula V8 3.5 season in dominant fashion at Aragon on Saturday, leading an SMP Racing by AVF 1-2 ahead of teammate Matevos Isaakyan.

Aragon WSBK: Davies ends Rea's reign with Race 2 win

Chaz Davies became the first rider to beat Jonathan Rea in the 2017 World Superbike season in Race 2 at Aragon, the Welshman winning from 10th on the grid.

Aragon WSBK: Rea wins, Davies crashes from the lead

Defending World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea took his fifth win of 2017 in Race 1 at Aragon, after a race-long duel with Chaz Davies ended with the Welshman crashing out.

Simon to replace injured Savadori for Aragon WSBK

2009 125cc champion Julian Simon will make his World Superbike debut this weekend at Aragon, filling in for Lorenzo Savadori at Milwaukee Aprilia.

Orudzhev sets the pace in Aragon F3.5 testing

AVF's Egor Orudzhev was fastest during two days of Formula V8 3.5 pre-season testing at Aragon.

Analysis: How much faster are this year's LMP2 cars?

This year marks a new era for the FIA World Endurance Championship's LMP2 class, with a new generation of faster prototypes being introduced. Sergio Lillo was at Aragon last week to see them in action.

Redding: Petrucci clash will have bearing on GP17 battle

Scott Redding has suggested his clash with Pramac teammate Danilo Petrucci at Aragon will play a part in deciding which one of them gets the up-to-date Ducati GP17 bike next year.

Mamola column: Why Rossi needs to watch his manners

In his latest column for Motorsport.com, former 500cc star Randy Mamola casts the spotlight on Valentino Rossi's manners, both off track and on - and says the Italian needs to change his ways.

Aragon MotoGP: Motorsport.com's rider ratings

Last weekend's Aragon MotoGP race may have not been the most closely fought, but plenty of other riders besides the dominant victor turned in some eye-catching performances. Valentin Khorounzhiy assesses the field.

Rossi admits Yamaha losing streak has him “worried”

Valentino Rossi admits that his Yamaha MotoGP squad’s current losing streak has him “worried”, especially as Honda has won five of the last seven races.

Vinales: Aragon shows Suzuki needs to make “another step”

Suzuki MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales says the result of Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix shows his team needs to make “another step” to consistently challenge at the front.

Martin on high with Moto3 results in second half of 2016

Aspar Mahindra's Jorge Martin says he is pleased with how his second half of the Moto3 season has panned out, after another top six finish in Aragon.

Pedrosa: "Destroyed" front tyre made Misano repeat impossible

Dani Pedrosa says he has no regrets about his performance in the Aragon Grand Prix, as a "destroyed" front tyre made it impossible for him to fight through the pack like at Misano.

Redding rages at Petrucci: “The problem is his f***ing brain”

Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Scott Redding has savaged his teammate Danilo Petrucci following their first-lap collision in Sunday's race at Aragon which caused the Briton to fall.

Aragon MotoGP: Top 5 quotes after race

Marc Marquez equals Doohan’s record of 54 wins, taking a momentous home GP victory at Aragón

Dovizioso “really frustrated” by “disaster” Aragon race

Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso was left feeling “really frustrated” after a “disaster” of an Aragon MotoGP race that was blighted by severe front tyre troubles.

Petrucci says teammate Redding "right to be angry" about crash

Danilo Petrucci has admitted fault in his collision with Pramac Ducati teammate Scott Redding in the Aragon Grand Prix, saying the Briton was right to be "very angry".