Home Heroes: The Crown of Aragon

Many of the Spanish riders consider the Aragon GP to be their home round, but few can truly lay claim to it. The small town of Cervera, Lleida is the birthplace of two World Champions and located near the Aragon circuit which is quite remote. The province of Lleida is the home of both Marc ...

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Pedrosa: “I had to stay in the garage”

Technical issues limit Dani Pedrosa’s track time during practice for the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon. Small technical issues in relation to the brakes and overall setting of his Repsol Honda machine kept Pedrosa in the pits, unable to complete as many laps around Aragon as he would have liked. Even with limited tack time Pedrosa was able to briefly ...

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Bastianini: “We can still improve in several areas”

Despite topping Friday’s Moto3™ practice, Enea Bastianini still feels there is work to do at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón. Gresini Racing Team Moto3’s Bastianini was ‘on it’ from the word go, topping FP1 and then improving his time to a 1’58.875 to end Friday fastest. The 17-year-old Italian ended the day just 0.018s ahead of nearest rival Miguel ...

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