Motorland Aragon, Spain

2015 Aragon MotoGP FP4 Results: Pedrosa Spoils The Party

Jorge Lorenzo calmly dominated the session until Dani Pedrosa sneaked a lap in sixteen thousandths under his best time. Marc Marquez on the other Honda wasn't too far behind, fending off the Ducati pairing of Andreas Iannone and Dovizioso. Valentino Rossi in sixth was testing out the wings on his Yamaha's fairing.


2015 Aragon Moto2 FP1 Results: Rabat Edges Folger

Tito Rabat has ended the final session of free practice for the Moto2 class on top of the pile, the reigning world champion just holding off the challenge from a flying Jonas Folger. Alex Rins is a couple of tenths off the pace of Folger in 3rd, and ahead of an impressive Hafizh Syahrin, the Malaysian using Sam Lowes as a tow, and demoting the British rider to 5th.


2015 Aragon MotoGP FP3 Result: Marquez Imposes His Authority

Jorge Lorenzo's rivals found good turn of speed during FP3 for the MotoGP class, Marc Marquez, Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi all finishing ahead of yesterday's fastest man. Lorenzo did not improve his time on Saturday morning, ending the session in 4th, though his time was very close to that of Pedrosa and Rossi. Lorenzo was clearly working on race pace, also trialling the winglets which the Movistar Yamaha team had used at Misano. Rossi decided against running the winglets, racing with the normal plain fairing.

2015 Aragon Moto3 FP3 Results: Vazquez Charges To The Lead

Efren Vazquez leads the Saturday morning session of free practice for the Moto3 rider at Aragon. The Leopard Racing rider put in a late charge to depose Niccolo Antonelli from the top spot, pulling out an advantage of over a quarter of a second over the Italian. Miguel Oliveira ended the session in 3rd, just behind Antonelli, while championship leader Danny Kent took 4th spot, apparently having found a solution for the lack of front-end feel he was complaining about on Friday. Brad Binder grabbed 5th, two tenths slower than Kent, and another two tenths faster than Roman Fenati.

2015 Aragon Friday MotoGP Round Up: Sandbagging vs Strategy, And Grip vs The Factories

What's the value of testing? Judging by Jorge Lorenzo's time on Friday – a second under the race lap record, and three tenths off the outright lap record – you would have to say that it's good at least for a day's worth of practice. The Movistar Yamahas came to the Motorland Aragon circuit having tested here twice, once after Barcelona, once before Misano. The test in September allowed them to find a strong set up for this weekend, one which works well, as Lorenzo's blistering lap time in the afternoon showed so clearly.

2015 Aragon MotoGP Friday Post-Practice Press Releases

Press releases from the MotoGP teams and Bridgestone:

Yamaha Holds the Advantage after First Day at MotorLand Aragón

Movistar Yamaha MotoGP riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi did not waste any time today to step up their game at MotorLand Aragón circuit. They ended first and second after the first day of practicing ahead of this weekend‘s Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón.


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