Aragon GP (2018)

21 Sep - 23 Sep
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Rins unfazed about Suzuki losing its concessions

Alex Rins insists he is not fazed by Suzuki losing its technical concessions for the 2019 MotoGP season after Andrea Iannone’s Aragon podium finish.

Nakagami regrets missing “big opportunity” in Aragon

Honda MotoGP protege Takaaki Nakagami admits he squandered a “big opportunity” to score his first top-10 finish in the Aragon Grand Prix.

Espargaro: Aprilia can't be fooled by Aragon result

Aleix Espargaro says his Aprilia MotoGP team is “clever enough” not to be fooled by his surprise sixth-place finish in the Aragon Grand Prix.

Zarco: "No solution" to Yamaha's bike problems

Tech 3 rider Johann Zarco has said there is "no solution" to Yamaha's recent problems in MotoGP following another dismal showing for the brand at Aragon.

Pedrosa: Aragon win bid possible with same tyres as Marquez

Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa believes he could have fought for victory at Aragon had he picked the soft rear tyre, which was used by teammate and eventual winner Marc Marquez.

Lorenzo's ire a sign of Honda headaches to come

The incident between Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez at the Aragon Grand Prix foreshadows the kind of tense atmosphere that could exist at the Honda MotoGP team in 2019.

Vinales admits he has "zero motivation, zero expectations"

A "really disappointed" Maverick Vinales says Yamaha's performance in MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix shows that the team has gone backwards in recent weeks.

Dovizioso: Aragon P2 "more important" than Misano win

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says fighting for victory at Aragon was “even more important” than his win in the Misano race that preceded it.

Rogue warning light hampered Miller at Aragon

Jack Miller says a rogue warning light on his Ducati MotoGP bike's dash and concerns over tyre chunking hampered his progress during the Aragon Grand Prix.

Rossi hopes record losing streak prompts Yamaha action

Valentino Rossi says he hopes Yamaha’s new record MotoGP losing streak will prompt a response from the Iwata manufacturer after a dismal Aragon weekend.

Lorenzo: "Marquez destroyed my race and my foot"

Jorge Lorenzo has hit out at MotoGP rival Marc Marquez for “destroying” his race and causing the foot injury he sustained in his first-corner crash at Aragon.

Marquez: Tyre gamble "the only chance" to beat Dovizioso

Aragon Grand Prix winner Marc Marquez said a tyre choice gamble was the "only chance" to beat Andrea Dovizioso, who was the favourite going into the race.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez outduels Dovizioso, Lorenzo crashes

Marc Marquez consolidated his position at the head of the MotoGP standings after getting the better of main title rival Andrea Dovizioso to win a thrilling Aragon Grand Prix.

Espargaro: I just want this season to finish

Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro admits he "just wants this season to finish" after younger brother Pol injured himself again at Aragon.

Aragon MotoGP: Iannone dominates warm-up, Marquez crashes

Suzuki's Andrea Iannone dominated the Sunday morning warm-up session for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix, as both he and Marc Marquez crashed.

Lorenzo critical of "Tour de France"-style Aragon qualifying

Ducati MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo has criticised the stop-start pack qualifying style on display at Aragon, comparing it to the Tour de France bicycle race.

Analysis: Ducati's Aragon pace is ominous for Marquez

Ducati's superior form of late has been impossible to ignore, but the Bologna-based manufacturer heading into the Aragon Grand Prix as the favourite is the biggest sign of strength they have shown yet.

Rossi: Failed Q1 tow gamble was necessary

Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi says the strategy that consigned him to 17th on the Aragon Grand Prix grid was his only chance at advancing into the pole shoot-out.

Crutchlow annoyed by Honda prioritising Pedrosa for parts

Cal Crutchlow has expressed his frustration that Honda is still prioritising the soon-to-retire Dani Pedrosa for new parts as the MotoGP season enters its final stages.

Vinales gets three-place penalty for impeding Smith

Maverick Vinales and Franco Morbidelli have been hit with grid penalties for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix after holding up Bradley Smith in the first part of qualifying.

Aragon MotoGP: Lorenzo beats Dovizioso to pole, Rossi 18th

Jorge Lorenzo took his fourth pole of the 2018 MotoGP season at Aragon, edging out Ducati teammate Andrea Dovizioso by 0.014s, while Valentino Rossi toiled to 18th on the grid.

Espargaro out of Aragon GP with another collarbone fracture

KTM MotoGP rider Pol Espargaro will not take part in this weekend's Aragon Grand Prix after fracturing his left collarbone again in a crash on Saturday morning.

Aragon MotoGP: Crutchlow tops FP3, Rossi crashes

Cal Crutchlow set the pace in third practice for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix, as Valentino Rossi missed the automatic Q2 cut-off after a crash.

Rossi: Yamaha needs a “miracle” to avoid winless year

Yamaha needs a “miracle” to avoid a winless season in MotoGP this year, Valentino Rossi has said following a tough opening day of practice for the Aragon Grand Prix.

Ducati has edge over Honda at Aragon - Crutchlow

Cal Crutchlow feels Ducati has a small edge over Honda after the opening day of MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix, mainly because of the Italian manufacturer's recent test at the track.

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez leads Lorenzo in FP2

MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez led the way in second practice for the Aragon Grand Prix.

Marquez leaves his mark on Motorland Aragon

On Thursday, Marc Marquez became the most recent MotoGP rider to have a corner of a circuit named after him. He was honoured at Motorland Aragon, one of his most cherished venues.

Aragon MotoGP: Dovizioso leads Ducati 1-2-3-4 in FP1

Andrea Dovizioso was fastest in first practice for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix, as Ducati riders locked out of the top four places.

Rossi hopes he's "wrong" about Yamaha gains

Valentino Rossi says he hopes he is proven “wrong” to be pessimistic about Yamaha’s chances in this weekend’s Aragon MotoGP round.

Ponsson feels "disgust" over Aragon entry denial

Christophe Ponsson says he has been left feeling “disappointment and disgust” after he was denied a second MotoGP outing as Tito Rabat's stand-in at Avintia Ducati at Aragon.

Avintia picks Torres to replace injured Rabat at Aragon

World Superbike racer and sometime Moto2 race winner Jordi Torres will make his MotoGP debut next weekend at Aragon in place of the injured Tito Rabat.