Moto3

Moto3 starts in late due to poor visibility and is reduced to only thirteen laps. Joan Mir wins the GP of Aragon (his eighth season win) in front of Fabio Di Giannantonio and Enea Bastianini.

Martin starts very well, urged by Bastianini. The two duel during the first laps, but at the end of the race the number 88 ends fourth.

Starting from the 14th position, Fabio Di Giannantonio recovers in the final laps and leads the race at the last four laps. On the last lap he begins the duel with Bastianini and tries to overcome Mir without succeeding. He ends second and beats his fellow countryman, winning his fifth seasonal podium.

Moto2

An Italian one-two in Moto 2: Franco Morbidelli wins Aragon GP, ​​followed by Mattia Pasini and Miguel Oliveira.

Morbidelli, who is protagonist of a great start, follows Oliveira and then overtakes him at the start of the first lap. He moves away from the opponents but at the end of the race he is overtaken by Pasini and the two start fighting.

At the last lap number 21 attacks his fellow countryman and conquers his eighth season victory. Oliveira, who departs from the pole, dominates the group in the first lap but undergoes Morbidelli’s attack and finishes third in his fifth seasonal podium.

Tom Luthi retains fourth place for most of the competition after overtaking Oliveira and resists the attack of a fantastic Brad Binder (photo), who finishes in fifth place after starting 20th.

MotoGP

The ​​14th GP of the season ends with a Spanish winner, as is tradition since the Aragon circuit has been included in the world calendar. Marquez, starting the race in fifth position, chomped at the bit to half the race behind Dovizioso and Rossi.

In the end, with a clear superiority of driving, he leads the race by overtaking a good Jorge Lorenzo, until that point leader of the race. Marquez wins two consecutive races for the second time this season and extends the gap with Dovizioso in the top ranking.

Thanks to a perfect tires choice and a great return, Pedrosa ends 2nd and Lorenzo 3rd. Next to the podium there’s the Yamaha couple Viñales-Rossi while Dovizioso ends only seventh, as in the second part of the race, also due to the usual tires roulette, failed to keep up the pace.

As for Suzuki Ecstar Team, Andrea Iannone, who started in tenth position, ends only 12th, while the rookie Alex Rins ends in the 17th position. The whole team is now preparing for the home race at Motegi where it will be important to send out a signal.

MotoGP will be back on track in 3 weeks for the GP of Japan, the first stage of the traditional Motomondiale “Asian Triptych”.