Both sides of the Repsol Honda Team garage are excited at the prospect of back-to-back races as they aim to continue the pace shown in Misano.
Added to the MotoGP World Championship calendar in 2010, Motorland Aragon has become a favourite amongst fans and riders with a number of memorable races over the years. The circuit presents a number of set up challenges for the team and several key points for the riders. Turn two is always a critical point, the right hand side of the tyre cool after the long straight and final corners. 2018 saw Turn 10 at the Aragon circuit named after the reigning champion Marc Marquez.
Marc Marquez is ready for any and all challenges as he chases a fifth premier class win at one of his favourite circuits on the calendar. The number 93 enters round 14 with a healthy 93-point lead over closest title rival Andrea Dovizioso, but remains fully focused on working towards a fourth straight victory in front of his home fans. The Gran Premio Michelin® de Aragon will see Marc Marquez conquer yet another milestone in his career as the reigning World Champion is scheduled to make his 200th Grand Prix start.
A promising start to the San Marino GP has Jorge Lorenzo confident of more improvements to come in Spain. Suffering from less physical discomfort after the race, Lorenzo and his Repsol Honda Team are eager to return to track to continue closing the distance to the front. With two premier class wins and seven podiums to his name at the Aragon circuit, Lorenzo has enjoyed significant past success.
Sunday’s MotoGP race will take place at 13:00 Local Time, an hour earlier than the originally scheduled 14:00.
An ultra-modern facility, MotorLand Aragón had its roots firmly established thanks to a solid history of street racing in Alcañiz, which hosted events between 1963 and 2003. Safety advice warning against the continuation of this led to the proposal and construction of a sporting complex dedicated to motorsport. With support… read more.
|Length||5.078 kilometres / 3.155 miles|
|Longest straight||0.968 kilometres / 0.601 miles|
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|Pole Position||1m 46.069s (172.3Km/h) Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati, 2022)|
|Race Lap||1m 47.795s (169.5Km/h) Luca Marini (Ducati, 2022)|
|Race Time||41m 35.462s (168.4 km/h) Enea Bastianini (Ducati, 2022)|
|2022 Race Winner||Enea Bastianini (Ducati)|