Motegi: Jack Miller (Ducati) dominates, Bagnaia fails / MotoGP

Motegi: Jack Miller (Ducati) dominates, Bagnaia fails / MotoGP

Ducati factory rider Jack Miller secured an unchallenged victory in the MotoGP race at Mobility Resort Motegi. Marc Márquez just missed the podium, Pecco Bagnaia crashed on the last lap. Jack Miller delivered an outstanding performance at the Japanese GP. The Ducati rider took the lead early in the Motegi race and gradually pulled away … Read more

Marc Márquez (1st): “Not ready for the race distance” / MotoGP

MotoGP superstar Marc Marquez is keen to temper expectations after his first pole position in three years at Honda’s home race in Motegi. But he also knows: “It’s a very important lift.” “Do we have 2019?” Marc Márquez posed this question to fans via his social media channels after claiming pole position at the same … Read more

Sensation: Best time of Marc Márquez – in the rain! / MotoGP

When it rained in Motegi/Japan on Saturday in the second MotoGP practice session, the three title contenders were clearly beaten. Marc Márquez set the best time. But the Friday times from FP1 count to move into Q2. Marc Márquez demonstrated his skill and vehicle control in the rainy second free practice session at Twin Ring … Read more

Marc Márquez (6th): “More effort, but fully attacked” / MotoGP

The Repsol Honda Work rider was satisfied after the first day of practice at the demanding Motegi Twin Ring: “The bike seems to work well on this track.” The Twin Ring is the first real stress test for his right arm, Marc Márquez was aware in the run-up to the Japanese GP. “My arm hurts … Read more

Motegi FP1: Ducati one-two, Marc Márquez in P6 / MotoGP

Ducati Lenovo factory rider Jack Miller set the stage at Motegi in Friday’s only MotoGP session. Aragón winner Enea Bastianini missed the provisional top 10 after a fall. After the logistical problems before the Argentine GP and in light of the small margin between the Grand Prix of Aragón and Motegi, the schedule for the … Read more

Cal Crutchlow: Why did I come back here? / MotoGP

Britain’s Cal Crutchlow put in a flawless performance on his return to the MotoGP World Championship, experienced odd moments, could look forward to championship points right away and was even the best Yamaha M1 rider. MotoGP returnee Cal Crutchlow benefited from early chaos on Sunday in Aragón and after starting 19th suddenly ended up in … Read more

Luca Marini (Ducati/7.): “Scary moment” / MotoGP

With a lap record, Luca Marini worked his way up to 7th place in the MotoGP race in Aragón. The VR46 rider spoke about the delicate situation with Taka Nakagami and the fact that he will be back behind the wheel of a GP22 in 2023. Luca Marini missed qualifying for Q2 on Saturday and … Read more

Bastianini (1st): “Decision only in the last lap” / MotoGP

Gresini driver Enea Bastianini was behind factory teammate Francesco Bagnaia in the final of the Aragón GP. The decision to celebrate the fourth victory of the season in Aragón was taken by “La Bestia” only “on the last lap.” At Gresini-Ducati, Enea Bastianini celebrated his fourth win of the season ahead of future team-mate Pecco … Read more

Marc Márquez (Honda): How the chaos with Fabio came about / MotoGP

Repsol Honda star Marc Márquez was one of the protagonists of the MotoGP race in Aragón in the chaos of the first turns. He describes the chain of unfortunate circumstances and does not blame Quartararo and Nakagami. How did the first lap between Marc Márquez and world championship leader Fabio Quartararo come about? “My rear … Read more

Takaaki Nakagami: Injured his right hand / MotoGP

After colliding with Marc Márquez on the first lap of the Aragon GP, ​​LCR Honda’s Takaaki Nakagami is heading to Barcelona to have two injured fingers checked. Sunday started well for Takaaki Nakagami with the best time in the warm-up, but his race ended on the first lap with a sensational and terrifying accident: exiting … Read more