3 Times The Aragon GP Brought Us To The Edge Of Our Seat | MotoGP 2019

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With the MotoGP Championship heading to Aragon this weekend, we look back through the race archives for three iconic races that had us on the edge of our seats. Beginning with the 2018 GP that saw Jorge Lorenzo drop out of the race on the very first corner after starting on the front row. This lead to a battle between Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso that saw the pair change position multiple times, eventually allowing Andrea Iannone to catch the pair and join the battle. The second iconic moment features Aleix Espargaro in the 2014 MotoGP where he picked up his first ever podium riding the open class bike. This Open sub-category existed from 2012 – 2016 and featured independent teams running on Superbike technology. It was a supreme ride from Espargaro, suffering a misfortune at the beginning of the race and then battling his way back to the front. The final iconic moment that had us chewing our fingernails was back in 2011, when Casey Stoner became the only rider to win in Aragon on two different bikes. What’s in store this year? Hopefully we will see another battle between the top riders that will leave us on the edge of our seats.

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