Aragon GP (2016)

23 Sep - 25 Sep
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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, 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:'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.

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".

Rossi regrets late-race “mistake” in Lorenzo duel

Valentino Rossi admits his late-race mistake while attacking Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo cost him second place in the Aragon MotoGP round.

Lorenzo says warm-up crash helped him finish second

Jorge Lorenzo reckons his crash during Sunday morning’s warm-up session at Aragon was key to him being able to finishing second ahead of teammate Valentino Rossi during the race.

Marquez: Miracle save was “with the elbow like always!”

Honda’s star Marc Marquez says his elbow was to thank for his 28th MotoGP career victory at Aragon, after he almost fell in the early stages of a race he later dominated.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez defeats Yamahas despite almost falling

Marc Marquez won his fourth MotoGP race of 2016 at Motorland Aragon, but had to work for it after almost falling on lap three and dropping back to fifth.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez leads warm-up, Lorenzo crashes

Marc Marquez continued his domination of the Aragon Grand Prix weekend by leading Sunday morning warm-up, while Jorge Lorenzo suffered a crash.

Marquez explains controversial yellow flag crash

MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez has moved to clarify the events of his crash with Pol Espargaro under yellow flags in FP3 at Motorland Aragon.

Rossi targets podium, doubts Marquez can be beaten

Yamaha's Valentino Rossi was not overly optimistic on his chances of challenging for victory in the Aragon Grand Prix, as he conceded beating Marc Marquez will be "very difficult".

Marquez crash under yellow flags risked lives - Espargaro

Suzuki's Aleix Espargaro was critical of Marc Marquez's shunt in FP3 in Turn 14, saying that a crash under yellow flags could have fatal repercussions.

Crutchlow warns Honda riders could crash at any time

LCR’s Cal Crutchlow has warned that any Honda MotoGP rider could potentially fall victim to a crash because of the knife-edge set-up of the front-end of their bikes.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez slays opposition for sixth 2016 pole

Points leader Marc Marquez dominated qualifying for Motorland Aragon’s round 14 of the MotoGP championship.

Lorenzo says Rossi relationship "non-existent"

Jorge Lorenzo says his relationship with Yamaha MotoGP teammate Valentino Rossi is "non-existent" following last year's end-of-season controversy.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez tops FP3, him and Rossi among crashers

MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez comfortably topped FP3 at Aragon despite crashing out in the latter stages of the session.

Aragon MotoGP: Top 5 quotes after Day 1 practice

Masterful 1-2 for Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez on Day 1 in Aragón

Marquez: Rear tyre drop-off could decide Aragon GP

Honda rider Marc Marquez believes that rear tyre choice and behaviour over a race distance will be "key" to the outcome of the Aragon Grand Prix.

Aragon MotoGP: Pedrosa fastest as Honda dominates FP2

Dani Pedrosa set the pace in the second free practice session for the Aragon MotoGP round, as Honda swept the top three places.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez leads Rossi in first practice

MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez was two tenths up on main rival Valentino Rossi in the first practice session of the Aragon Grand Prix weekend.

Lorenzo not backing down from Rossi criticism

Jorge Lorenzo has said he still stands by his comments about teammate Valentino Rossi's controversial overtaking move in the San Marino Grand Prix.

I "must take risks" despite healthy points lead - Marquez

MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez says he still needs to take risks to secure this year's title despite his healthy lead at the top of the standings.

Hayden insists MotoGP one-off is no "comeback"

Nicky Hayden, the 2006 MotoGP champion, insists that his return outing with Marc VDS Honda at Motorland Aragon is not a full-on "comeback".

Iannone unsure about Aragon participation despite all-clear

Andrea Iannone says he remains unsure if he will be able to compete in the Aragon MotoGP event despite getting the all-clear to ride by doctors on Thursday.

Baz gunning for Aragon return after injury

Loris Baz will be at the Motorland circuit on Thursday with the intention on racing on Sunday, having skipped Misano due to fractures in his right foot.

Nicky Hayden MotoGP return confirmed

Former MotoGP Champion Nicky Hayden will replace Jack Miller at Marc VDS for the Grand Prix of Aragon, it has been confirmed.