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2014 Aragon Moto2 Race Results: Make The Tyres Last

Race Report follows.

Mika Kallio forced his way to the front in the first few corners, followed by pole-sitter Maverick Vinales and the two took a few laps to make a gap from Johann Zarco and Tito Rabat. Five laps in, Vinales took the lead and let the riders behind him fight for second and give him the breathing space to make a solid gap.

2014 Aragon Moto3 Race Results: Contesting A Dry Line

The track dried out enough for slick tyres and the fog had lifted enough for the slightly delayed twenty-lap race to start.

Danny Kent got the better start and led Jack Miller through the first few corners and the pair were joined by Alex Rins and Alex Marquez. Five laps in, Jack Miller and Alex Marquez duelled for the lead and Miller made a pass around the outside, but, with Marquez on the inside, the dry line ran out and Miller tagged Marquez, and Miller as the outside rider, not conceding the line, took the worst of it and crashed out.

2014 Aragon MotoGP Warm Up Result: Pedrosa Leads From Aoyama On A Drying Track

A dry line was starting to form by the time the MotoGP bikes started their warm up session. Dani Pedrosa topped the timesheets using the hard option wet tires, the rest of the field remaining with the softer wets. Hiroshi Aoyama set the second fastest time, finishing ahead of Andrea Dovizioso. The weather at Alcañiz remains unstable, with a chance of rain, though the fog is starting to lift. Conditions for the race are impossible to predict at the moment.

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2014 Aragon Moto3 Warm Up Result: Kent Fastest In Fog-Delayed Session

Heavy fog delayed the start of the Moto3 warm up session by nearly an hour. That has pushed the entire warm up schedule back, though the races should start very close to the normal schedule. The track is soaking from overnight rain, with more rain on the way.

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2014 Aragon Moto2 QP Results: Twenty-One Under A Second

Qualifying ended with twenty-one riders within a second of pole position. 

Maverick Vinales took his first Moto2 pole position late in the session, with Johann Zarco and Mika Kallio rounding out the front row. Tito Rabat had an early crash in the colder conditions that reduced the amount of time he had left to continue his weekend's form of metronomic dominance and he ended in fifth place, between Franco Morbidelli and Thomas Luthi.

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2014 Aragon MotoGP Qualifying Results: Managing Tyres

The first qualifying session was all about whether or not Valentino Rossi would get through to the final session and if he'd have a tyre left to do anything if he got there.

Rossi struggled early on, with soft front and hard rear tyres, waving the bikes behind him past at one point, and at the midway point he was the only rider on the track. Alvaro Bautista and Hector Barbera were the riders in the top two positions, and, as soon as Rossi set the fastest lap, Barbera got back on his bike to try to regain his promotion to the last session.

2014 Aragon Moto3 QP Results: Hampering Slipstreams

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Alex Rins gets pole position ahead of Danny Kent and the quick Juanfran Guevara on the front row. Championship leader Jack Miller placed fourth, complaining of slower “d******ds” sitting up on the back straight to hamper riders slipstreaming them. 

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2014 Aragon MotoGP FP3 Results: Marquez In Charge, Rossi In Purgatory

Marc Marquez sits in provisional pole as the factory Yamahas find grip hard to find. Andrea Dovizioso was fourth quickest, but his time from yesterday on a soft tyre guaranteed him second place in the second qualifying session. Andrea Iannone continues his recent qualifying form, quickest in the kilometre straight sector again, with the second fastest time of the day, third overall.

Pol Espagaro was quickest Yamaha by far, as Jorge Lorenzo struggled in eigth place and Valentino Rossi missed out on automatically qualifying for the final qualifying session.

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2014 Aragon Moto2 FP2 Results: Rabat Quickest

Ten minutes into the day's closing session, Esteve Rabat took the top spot back from Thomas Luthi and spent the rest of the session consolidating his lead, setting the quickest lap seven more times. As the only rider of the weekend with a 1'53 lap, he shared the provisional front row with Johann Zarco and Mika Kallio. In spite of Rabat's comfortable quarter-second lead, the entire top thirteen were within a second of his pace.

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2014 Aragon MotoGP FP2 Results: Dovizioso Powers To Top

Andrea Dovizioso took the quickest time off Marc Marquez by five hundredths of a second at the end of the session. Dani Pedrosa was four tenths further behind while Andrea Iannone powererd the Ducati to 339km/h on the back straight and recorded the fourth quickest time of the day. Espagaros Aleix and Pol were the quicker of the Yamahas, quicker than Jorge Lorenzo. Hector Barbera managed two timed laps at the end of the session on his fire-damaged and rebuilt Ducati.

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