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Motorland AragonGP Race Valentino Rossi 5th !!!



Reigning MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez took the victory and the series lead at Motorland Aragon this afternoon while title rival Andrea Dovizioso limped home in seventh place after running out of grip in the later stages.
Marquez pushed past Ducati’s Jorge Lorenzo with eight laps left to run and immediately opened a gap. Lorenzo had no answer and then came under attack from Dani Pedrosa on the second Repsol RC213V as the little Spaniard slowly worked his way through the pack.
Valentino Rossi rode to a heroic fifth place after spending the opening half of the race in second place. He eventually succumbed to the faster pace of team-mate Maverick Vinales with three laps left as Dovizioso scythed his way backward, falling prey to Aleix Espargaro.
Valentino Rossi finished 5th at Motorland Aragon Grand Prix Race today.It was a tough race for him because all other rival riders were too strong and Rossi stayed put.Rossi suffered a leg break injury this month and due to that Rossi suffered in the Race today.If that unfortunate incident hasn't taken place, there is a big chance that Rossi could have won here at Aragon.

Mark Marquez completed 1st followed by Dani Pedrosa with 2nd position, Jorge Lorenzo 3rd, Maverick Vinales 4th and Valentino Rossi settled at 5th position.

Short story.

From fifth on the matrix, Marquez endured a moderate begin however benefitted from poleman Maverick Vinales running wide toward the finish of the main lap to take fourth behind a quick beginning Jorge Lorenzo, Valentino Rossi, and Andrea Dovizioso, with whom he landed in Aragon level on focuses.

It soon wound up plainly evident that Marquez had a better pace than his adversaries, in spite of the fact that it took him until the point that the 6th lap to discover a route by Dovizioso, as Lorenzo kept up a little lead over Rossi out front.

From that point, Marquez immediately traveled up to the back of Rossi and endeavored a nervy twofold overwhelm on him and Lorenzo at Turn 12 on the ninth lap.

This reverse discharges, as he ran out wide and dropped back behind Dovizioso, however the accompanying lap the Spaniard by and bypassed his fundamental title equal.

Two laps later, Rossi was frail to safeguard against Marquez, slipping behind at the Turn 16/17 complex, and soon the Honda man was everywhere throughout the back of long-lasting pioneer Lorenzo.

What ended up being the definitive move of the race went ahead lap 16, as Marquez crawled by Lorenzo's Ducati at Turn 12 and streaked to a fifth triumph of the season by an edge of 0.879s.

In the wake of being passed by Marquez, Lorenzo was then reeled in by the second works Honda of Dani Pedrosa, who had officially made short work of Vinales, Dovizioso, and Rossi.

Pedrosa influenced the proceed onward Lorenzo with two laps to go to provide for the Repsol Honda squad its third one-two complete of the year.

Lorenzo, in any case, asserted his first platform complete since May's Jerez race and making the most of his longest stretch ahead of the pack of a race since joining Ducati with a 15-lap spell out front.

The fight for fourth was an-all Yamaha undertaking, with Rossi unfit to contain partner Vinales and surrendering the place with two laps to go at Turn 1.

Rossi was, in any case, ready to battle off the Aprilia of Aleix Espargaro in the last two laps to rescue fifth place, a noteworthy accomplishment only 24 days on from breaking his correct leg.

Dovizioso's title trusts brought a mark with a baffling raced to the seventh place, which abandons him 16 focuses over from Marquez with four rounds to run, while Vinales is 28 behind the pioneer in third place.

Alvaro Bautista (Aspar Ducati), Johann Zarco (Tech 3 Yamaha) and Pol Espargaro (KTM) finished the best 10, with KTM special case Mika Kallio simply passing up a major opportunity for coordinating his Austria result in eleventh.

Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) was likewise well in the blend for a main six setting before running wide at the principal corner on lap 11 and after that at long last smashing out of tenth place on lap 17.

Andrea Iannone (Suzuki), Jack Miller (Marc VDS Honda), Scott Redding (Pramac Ducati) and Tito Rabat (Marc VDS Honda) finished the scorers.

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