Moto GP – Aragon GP – Race
A warm sun enligths the Motorland for the 15th round of the championship. A highlu demanding track that could see intense battles on track.
Ligths were off and drama showed immediatley on the first lap, as championship leader collided with returning rider Marc Marquez, with Quartararo finding the tarmac; A huge championship stunner. With several meters later, another incident saw Marc Marquez, having a contact with Takaaki Nakagami, as the Spaniard struggle from the incident before, as the Japanesse fell on track with a dangerous situation develop. Fortunately, mo serious injury happened on both crashes.
As the championship would have a significant impact, both Aleix and Bagnaia knew that they had to finish on a high spot, as Bagnaia started to separate from its closest competitor, Enea Bastianini, meanwhile a 3 group battle developed behind Enea, Binder, Aleix and Miller were part of it.
With the race coming to its final laps, it quicky develop on two battles for podium steps. Bagnaia vs Bastianini and Binder vs Aleix Espargaro. Both with intense chase and constant pressure on the riders ahead. It all came down on the last lap for both battles, as Aleix made a move on Brad Binder and Enea overtook Bagnaia on the second sector on the track, taking its battle on the line against Bagnaia and taking the W. Aleix closes the podium, and bounce back to championship contention.
1. Enea Bastianini /// 2. Francesco Bagnaia /// 3. Aleix Espargaro
4. Brad Binder /// 5. Jack Miller /// 6. Jorge Martin
7. Luca Marini /// 8. Johann Zarco /// 9. Alex Rins
10. Marco Bezzecchi /// 11. Miguel Oliveira /// 12. Alex Marquez
13. Maverick Viñales /// 14. Cal Crutchlow /// 15. Pol Espargaro
16. Remy Gardner /// 17. Franco Morbidelli ///18. Daryll Binder
19. Fabio Di Giannantonio /// 20. Raul Fernandez
DNF: Marc Marquez, Takaaki Nakagami and Fabio Quartararo
A thrilling race saw a huge impact on championship standings. As the mini Asia-Oceania tour its right around the corner, its gonna be a tight battle for the involved riders for the title.