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2013 Aragon MotoGP Race Result: Decisive Result In Title Race

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2013 Aragon Moto2 Race Result: Impressive Victory In Flawless Display

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2013 Aragon Moto3 Race Result: Classic Head-To-Head Battle

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2013 Aragon Moto2 Warm Up Result: In-Form Terol On Top


2013 Aragon Moto2 Qualifying Practice Result: Calculated Performance Secures Early Pole

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2013 Aragon MotoGP Qualifying Practice Result: Hard Battle For Pole Goes Down To The Wire

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2013 Aragon Moto3 Qualifying Practice Result: Pole Sitter Hammers Home Advantage

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2013 Aragon Moto2 FP3 Result: Terol Leads Rabat By A Margin

Nico Terol topped the timesheets in the Moto2 class at Aragon, after leading FP3 for most of the session. Terol put nearly half a second into second place man Tito Rabat, while Terol's teammate Jordi Torres grabbed third, just seven thousandths behind Rabat. Pole Espargaro ended in 4th, while Scott Redding could managed just seventh spot, though just under a tenth behind Espargaro in a large group containing Mattia Pasini, Thomas Luthi, Nakagami and Johann Zarco.


2013 Aragon MotoGP FP3 Result: Rossi Tops Timesheets In Wasted Session

Valentino Rossi topped the timesheets in the third session of free practice for the MotoGP class, but practice was largely lost to the conditions. The track was still damp as practice started, only really drying out towards the end of the session, when more riders took to the track. Rossi's best time from FP3 was still over half a second slower than his time from yesterday. Rossi ended the session ahead of Alvaro Bautista, Nicky Hayden and Aleix Espargaro. 

With nobody improving their time. the riders straight through to Q2 are unchanged. Marc Marquez, Stefan Bradl, Dani Pedrosa, Jorge Lorenzo, Alvaro Bautista, Cal Crutchlow, Valentino Rossi, Andrea Dovizioso, Aleix Espargaro and Nicky Hayden go through to Q2, the rest will have to take their chances in Q1 again. With the skies clearing and no more rain expected, qualifying should at least take place on a dry track.


2013 Aragon Moto3 FP3 Result: Isaac Viñales Tops Timesheets In Difficult Conditions

Overnight rain left the track dirty and damp at the Motorland Aragon circuit, forcing the Moto3 riders to tiptoe cautiously around the Spanish circuit. Times dropped as the session went on, with Isaac Viñales - cousin of Maverick - ending the session on top with late fast lap. Viñales ended the session ahead of Scotsman John McPhee, with Alex Marquez in 3rd.


2013 Aragon Moto2 FP2 Result: Nakagami Nails It Late

Takaaki Nakagami finished at the top of the timesheets following Moto2 FP2, the Japanese rider left it to his very last lap to snatch the quickest time of the day from Tito Rabat. Rabat was looking in fine form in front of his home fans and finished just three hundredths of a second behind Nakagami but ahead of his countryman and morning pace setter Nico Terol. Johann Zarco and Scott Redding completed the top five placings. 

Ever consistent Suisse rider Thomas Luthi ended proceedings in sixth ahead of Julian Simon, Marcel Schrotter and Speed Up riders Simone Corsi and Alex De Angelis rounded out the top ten. Pol Espargaro finished up in eleventh place and will look to improve his pace as the weekend progresses in order to keep tabs on championship leader Redding.

2013 Aragon MotoGP FP2 Result: Marquez The Man

Marc Marquez wrestled control of the second MotoGP free practice session on his opening run of laps and never looked back. The Repsol Honda rookie was never headed from the early running and was in scintillating form, his ominous lap time of 1:48.987 made him the only rider to dip into the one minute forty eight minute bracket.

He was followed by fellow Honda riders Stefan Bradl and Dani Pedrosa who locked out the top three placings. Jorge Lorenzo couldn't replicate his morning pace and had to settle for fourth place while Alvaro Bautista made it four Honda's in the top five, despite a late tumble, the Go & Fun Gresini rider was unharmed.

Cal Crutchlow and Valentino Rossi highlighted Yamaha's apparent struggles with the Aragon circuit finishing in disappointing sixth and seventh places respectively as Andrea Dovizioso, Aleix Espargaro and Nicky Hayden completed the top ten positions.