Leader of the world championship, Frenchman Fabio Quartararo got off to a bad start, unable to do better than 8th.
The Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) won the 13th Grand Prix on Sunday 12 September in Spain, and his first of the season. During qualifying, he was the one who took pole position, even setting a new MotorLand track record (1’46”322).
Fabio Quartararo, current leader of the championship, was the author of a poor race, which earned him eighth place. He kept the first place in the general classification, but was overtaken by his Italian runner-up, as well as by the Spaniard Joan Mir, who came third in this Grand Prix of Aragon.
Grand Prix d’Aragon: Francesco Bagnaia secures his first MotoGP victory, Fabio Quartararo finishes 8th
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