The Aragon Grand Prix of MotoGP with an impressive ending. The MotorLand circuit saw one of the smoothest races of the year. Fabio Quartararo He suffered the entire race after physical problems caused by the fall he had in free practice on Saturday. The French lost the top of the championship, at the hands of Joan Mir after finishing in the second to last position.
Alex Rins took a totally unexpected victory for Suzuki. The Spanish started in tenth position and aspired to be able to fight to stay on the points. However, his motorcycle squeezed everything the engine gave him and he quickly began to advance through the classifier. In the second half of the test he put himself on podium positions and began to pressure Maverick Viñales, which he was able to overtake to stay on top.
In second position he finished Alex Marquez. The youngest of the family was left with the desire to overtake Rins, even though he was very close at the end of the race. Alex came to be on par with Rins, but almost went to the ground due to the heavy wear of his tires. However, Marquez began to establish himself with the Honda and was able to perform sensationally.
To close the podium came the new leader of the MotoGP championship: Joan Mir. The Spaniard came very close to staying between Márquez and Rins, but began to lose power and grip on the tires. Near the end, Maverick Viñales who was fourth started attacking Mir, but was barely able to reach the podium. Aragon witnessed a poker game for Spain, since the first four places were from that country.
The status of the championship
MotoGP he’s badly getting the fans used to having big parity. With today’s result, Fabio Quartararo lost the top of the championship at the hands of Joan Mir. The Spanish has 121 points, against the 115 that Quartararo reaps. In addition, Maverick Viñales managed to get quite close, and finished this date with 109 units with four races remaining to end the year.