In the last week, Marc Marquez from Honda made a great impact among the bikers across the globe. It took the title of the championship at the San Marino Grand Prix. Also, the 26 years old Spaniard claimed that the 77th GP victory has been one of the toughest in the history of racing. As a result, Marquez became the champion beating the others including Mike Hailwood, Angel Nieto, Valentino Rossi, and Giacomo Agostini. After this, all the MotoGP pilots including Marquez took only a few days to prepare themselves for the Aragon Grand Prix in Spain. Interestingly, MotoGP Aragon is one of the four races that take place in Spain. Here are some snippets from the MotoGP Aragon 2019, which will make you understand about this racing. Give this MotoGP Aragon preview 2019 a read and know about the latest news related to this gala event.
MotoGP Aragon Preview 2019
As we all know, the 23-lap Aragon MotoGP is a gala event that includes some of the historic moments every time. This time, Marquez started his 200th GP race and the scenario changed since then. There are 19 rounds in this event and after Marquez went to the 13th round, he found his path with a 93-point lead. Since he joined the premier class in 2013, his four victories in Aragon 2013, 2016, 2017 and 2018 are truly remarkable. Now, as he claims a sixth premier-class title, it will be celebrated in this family and following. Also, he claims that he is more excited to race in Aragon as it is more close to his heart as it makes him feel like home. Perhaps the reason is that so many admirers and the audiences join the racing event for him, who is from his hometown. He also claims that he is trying to achieve his maximum.
Challenges In MotoGP Aragon 2019
There are several set up challenges in Aragon for the teams and for the racers, there are several checkpoints. The first critical point in this race is turning two. In the last year, turn 10 in the Aragon checkpoints was named after Marquez. Though Dovizioso did not own any championship in Aragon, he was anticipated to challenge Marquez’s big time. The Italian Ducati GP19 pilot is known for his remarkable performance in two podiums at Aragon. As he opines, Motorland is perhaps the most unusual tracks ever and in the past, he had never scored a remarkable result until the last year. As they were very competitive in the last season, they are going to participate with the same mentality this time.
The MotoGP Point Standings
The MotoGP standings in 2019 after 13 points are quite interesting. In it, Marc Marquez scored 275 points and the first position. After him, Andrea Dovizioso took the second position with 182 points. In the third position was Danilo Petrucci with 151 points. Alex Rins and Maverick Vinales are in the fourth and fifth positions with 149 and 134 scores. Fabio Quartararo scored 112 points in the seventh position.