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Chaz Davies led Jonathan Rea and Marco Melandri in the second World Superbike race at Aragon after Xavi Fores crashed from first place.
Jonathan Rea cruised to his 56th World Superbike win in the latter stages of a tense first race at Aragon, while Chaz Davies pipped Ducati stablemate Xavi Fores to second.
Marco Melandri pinched World Superbike pole position away from Jonathan Rea by just 0.031 seconds at Aragon, while Ducati teammate Chaz Davies will start Saturday's race 11th after a late fall.
Marco Melandri edged Jonathan Rea by just 0.039 seconds to top a weather-affected day of practice for the Aragon World Superbike round.
Davide Giugliano will return to the World Superbike Championship at next week's Aragon round in place of the injured Eugene Laverty at Milwaukee Aprilia.
KTM test rider Mika Kallio says he expects his third MotoGP race appearance of the year in Aragon to be his final one of the year, despite his strong performance at the Spanish track.
Valentino Rossi reckons it will be "very difficult" for anyone to deny Marc Marquez the 2017 MotoGP title, following the Spaniard's Aragon Grand Prix victory.
Maverick Vinales says he fears catching Marc Marquez to win this year's MotoGP title will be "impossible" with Yamaha's current level of competitiveness.
Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso insists falling 16 points behind main MotoGP title rival Marc Marquez in Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix is “not a drama”.
Pramac Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci suspects a defective rear tyre was behind his abysmal run to 20th place in Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix.
Valentino Rossi's rivals admit they were left impressed by the injured Italian's "incredible" performance in MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix.
Valentino Rossi has shrugged off MotoGP rival Dani Pedrosa's complaints over what the Spaniard considered to be 'unfair' defending during the Aragon Grand Prix.
Dani Pedrosa has spoken out against the way Valentino Rossi defended position during the Aragon MotoGP race, claiming he was nearly forced off-track at 300km/h.
Marc Marquez recovered from a crash in qualifying to take an imperious win in the Aragon Grand Prix, retaking sole ownership of the MotoGP championship lead in the process.
Moto2 championship leader Franco Morbidelli scored his eighth win of the 2017 campaign at Aragon, prevailing in an exhilarating ding-dong battle with compatriot Mattia Pasini.