Magnificent Marquez takes Championship lead in Aragon

Magnificent Marquez takes Championship lead in Aragon

Magnificent Marquez takes Championship lead in Aragon

Marquez was joined on the podium by his team-mate Dani Pedrosa and Ducati's Jorge Lorenzo - as the home crowd were delighted by an all-Spanish top three.

"I tried to get back the feeling but even in the last part of the race the feeling was not the best one".

Pole-sitter Maverick Vinales ended fourth, just ahead of Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi, who was racing for the first time since undergoing surgery for breaking two bones in his right leg while training with an off-road motorcycle three weeks ago.

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Dovizioso, meanwhile, was over half a second off the pace and will start from the third row, setting up an exciting battle on Sunday.

Lap 16 of the 23 lap race turned out to be the game changer as Marquez passed Lorenzo and took his fifth victory for the season with a lead of 0.879 seconds.

"The conditions were a little bit more hard compared to this morning, to make a good lap, but anyway the team did a great job so I'm really happy", Maverick Vinales says.

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Marquez, who crashed in qualifying on Saturday, almost lost control while trying to get past Rossi and Lorenzo early in the race, missing the braking point and going slightly off the track before being able to pick up the pace again. "It tested me more than the other years here but in front of the fans, (it) was awesome!" "Unfortunately I did too many laps behind Maverick and I lose a little bit of the gap at the beginning", said Pedrosa.

"I imagined that it would be a tough day and it was - he comments -Usually four sessions are not enough to finish all the work we need to do and this time we had to condense everything into barely two".

Britain's Cal Crutchlow bounced back from an FP4 crash to set the fifth fastest time.

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He said he had originally expected to return at Motegi in Japan on October 15 rather than Aragon.

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