Huge Francesco Bagnaia! The Italian from Ducati wins the Grand Prix of Aragon after a huge fight with Marc Marquez (Honda). This is the first victory of his career in the queen category. Big disappointment for Fabio Quartararo who was never in the game and finished in 8th place. The Frenchman remains in the lead of the world championship but loses a lot of points. Johann Zarco is 17th.
The Spaniard passed the Italian before the latter returned to the front. What a fight and what a suspense three laps from the finish line.
The last all look very hot between the Italian and the six-time Spanish world champion. Marquez is in the wheel of Bagnaia who will have to resist the attacks of his rival. The Ducati rider has never won a MotoGP Grand Prix in his career.
The Frenchman lost time again and saw his 9th place threatened by Bastianini. It’s not his day.
The reigning world champion Joan Mir swallows Espargaro and takes 3rd place behind the duo Bagnaia-M. Mark.
The world championship leader is really in trouble. He has just been overtaken by Lecuona and Binder. And even his 9th place is in danger. Hard hard…
Zarco has lost a place and is now 15th while Quartararo, 7th, is under threat from Lecuona. It is still the Italian from Ducati, Bagnaia who is in charge of the race.
The two French drivers started this GP badly. While Quartararo is now 7th, Zarco is 13th. Alex Marquez fell early in the race.
A great start from Marc Marquez who took 2nd place behind the Italian Bagnaia. On the other hand, it was a bad start for Quartararo who was relegated to 6th position.
Welcome to RMC Sport to follow the Grand Prix of Aragon live, the 14th round of the MotoGP World Championship. The Italian Francesco Bagnaia will start from pole position, two places ahead of Fabio Quartararo, world championship leader (3rd on the starting grid). The other French driver, Johann Zarco, will start from 10th place. 23 laps are on the program. Departure at 2 p.m.