This weekend’s Aragón Motorcycle GP takes place at Spain’s Motorland in Alcañiz. The MotoGP Speedway will take place on Sunday 12th September from 2:00pm (Spanish peninsula time), and all World Championship races will be watched live from DAZN and Movistar+ in Spain. In Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Colombia and Peru, the races will be able to be watched from ESPN and in the United States they will be broadcast from NBC Sports.
In the last leg of the MotoGP World Championships, the British Grand Prix two weeks ago, French rider Fabio Quartaro won the motocross, thus taking his fifth victory in the competition. He was accompanied on the podium by winner Alex Rains and the eldest in Espargaro.
For Alex Espargaro, that win at the British Grand Prix also means Aprilia’s first podium in this category.
The Moto2 race, which takes place on Sunday at 12:20 pm, follows Australian rider Remy Gardner’s win in the previous stage, in which he took the lead ahead of Marco Pesici and Spain’s Jorge Navarro, who completed the podium. In the competition rankings, Remy Gardner remained on top with 231 points.
In Moto3, which will take place on Sunday at 11:00, in the previous stage was the winners’ podium for the Italian riders, and first place for Romano Fenati, who was accompanied by Niccol Antonelli and Denis Foggia in second and third places. In the rating, pilot Pedro Acosta took first place with 201 points.
After qualifying on Saturday, Francesco Bagnaia will take first, having finished first, followed by Jack Miller and Fabio Quartaro.
In terms of the MotoGP overall classification, the leader is the rider Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) who remained in first place with 206 points, followed by Joan Mir (Suzuki) in second place with 141 points and Johan Zarco (Ducati)) in third place. With a score of 137 points.
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