Aragon GP (2016)
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Scott Redding has suggested his clash with Pramac teammate Danilo Petrucci at Aragon will play a part in deciding which one of them gets the up-to-date Ducati GP17 bike next year.
In his latest column for Motorsport.com, former 500cc star Randy Mamola casts the spotlight on Valentino Rossi's manners, both off track and on - and says the Italian needs to change his ways.
Valentino Rossi admits that his Yamaha MotoGP squad’s current losing streak has him “worried”, especially as Honda has won five of the last seven races.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales says the result of Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix shows his team needs to make “another step” to consistently challenge at the front.
Dani Pedrosa says he has no regrets about his performance in the Aragon Grand Prix, as a "destroyed" front tyre made it impossible for him to fight through the pack like at Misano.
Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Scott Redding has savaged his teammate Danilo Petrucci following their first-lap collision in Sunday's race at Aragon which caused the Briton to fall.
Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso was left feeling “really frustrated” after a “disaster” of an Aragon MotoGP race that was blighted by severe front tyre troubles.
Danilo Petrucci has admitted fault in his collision with Pramac Ducati teammate Scott Redding in the Aragon Grand Prix, saying the Briton was right to be "very angry".
Jorge Lorenzo reckons his crash during Sunday morning’s warm-up session at Aragon was key to him being able to finishing second ahead of teammate Valentino Rossi during the race.
Honda’s star Marc Marquez says his elbow was to thank for his 28th MotoGP career victory at Aragon, after he almost fell in the early stages of a race he later dominated.
Marc Marquez won his fourth MotoGP race of 2016 at Motorland Aragon, but had to work for it after almost falling on lap three and dropping back to fifth.
Marc Marquez continued his domination of the Aragon Grand Prix weekend by leading Sunday morning warm-up, while Jorge Lorenzo suffered a crash.
Yamaha's Valentino Rossi was not overly optimistic on his chances of challenging for victory in the Aragon Grand Prix, as he conceded beating Marc Marquez will be "very difficult".
Suzuki's Aleix Espargaro was critical of Marc Marquez's shunt in FP3 in Turn 14, saying that a crash under yellow flags could have fatal repercussions.
LCR’s Cal Crutchlow has warned that any Honda MotoGP rider could potentially fall victim to a crash because of the knife-edge set-up of the front-end of their bikes.
Marc Marquez's MotoGP rival Jorge Lorenzo has conceded the Honda rider has performed at an "unbelievable level" in qualifying for the Aragon Grand Prix.
Points leader Marc Marquez dominated qualifying for Motorland Aragon’s round 14 of the MotoGP championship.