MotoGP GP Aragon Free 2: Martin first, then Quartararo. Fifth Bagnaya, eighth Marc Marquez

In the second session, the Spaniard Ducati Bramach precedes Yamaha world leader Zarco. Good 4 Bastianini by Pecco. Mark is stunned when he comes back: He’s 3 and a half tenths from the top with Honda

Massimo Brezzi

– Milan

Aragon’s fastest track and Motorland’s second free MotoGP session rated, cut between affirmations and rejections. In the afternoon, Ducati shines on the Spanish track, four Desmosedici in the top five, with Jorge Martin (Pramac) having a best time of 1:47.402 ahead of Fabio Quartararo’s Yamaha, in second with only 74K and is on the rise Comparison in the first session and comrade Johann Zarko (+0.107). Below is Ducati Gresini of Enea Bastianini (+0.181) and Francesco Bagnaia’s official squad, fifth at 0.237. Marc Marquez put in a great performance, already back in the ten after the fourth operation on his right arm.

Marquis in ten

The Spanish Honda driver didn’t take long to get his feel back: using the new aluminum swingarm already tested in Misano’s tests, he closed in eighth at 0.359 from the top, despite an error on the last part of his lap, the skodata, forcing him to turn off the gas for a moment . Great performance: Physical possessions still have to be checked, but the speed has remained steady and it’s no coincidence that the first Honda in the standings is his. To complete the ten also in order: 6. Alex Rains with Suzuki at 0.263; 7. Maverick Vinales with First Aprilia (+0.276); 9. Jack Miller with the second official Ducati (+0.398) and 10. Luca Marini (0.491) who closes with the Ducati VR46 the top ten currently due to go straight to the second quarter.

Aleix espargaro is still on Earth

Among the excluded superstars is Alex Espargaro, who crashed for the second time with Aprilia, this time at the braking corner at turn 14, while making the best bits in the first sectors, and only 13th at 0.549 from the top. He was also forced to chase Franco Morbidelli, fourteenth with his Yamaha after the time of nine in the morning; Fabio Di Giannatonio, 16th with Ducati Gresini and Marco Pizzichi, 17th with Desmosedici of VR46. Joan Mir, who is also in good shape, also trailed in 21st with Suzuki on his return after injury.

Motogp Libere2 aragon: the order of the era

MotoGP Free 2 rating in Aragon:

  1. Jorge Martin, Ducati Pramac 1’47.402
  2. Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha 1’47.476
  3. Johann Zarco, Ducati Pramac 1’47.509
  4. Enea Bastianini, Ducati Gresini 1’47.583
  5. Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati 1’47.639
  6. Alex Rains, Suzuki 1’47.665
  7. Maverick Viñales, Aprilia 1’47.678
  8. Marc Marquez, Honda 1’47.761
  9. Jack Miller, Ducati 1’47.800
  10. Luca Marini, Ducati VR46 1’47.893
  11. Takaaki Nakagami, Honda LCR 1’47.911
  12. Brad Binder, KTM 1’47.912
  13. Alex Espargaro, Aprilia 1’47.951
  14. Franco Morbidelli, Yamaha 1’48.002
  15. Miguel Oliveira, KTM 1’48.042
  16. Fabio Di Giannatonio, Ducati Gresini 1’48.229
  17. Marco Pizzichi, Ducati VR46 1’48.475
  18. Alex Marquez, Honda LCR 1’48.521
  19. Cal Crutchlow, Yamaha RNF 1’48,531
  20. Darren Bender, Yamaha RNF 1’48.618
  21. Joanne Mir, Suzuki 1’48.621
  22. Raul Fernandez, KTM Tech3 1’48.688
  23. Paul Espargaro, Honda 1’48.743
  24. Remy Gardner, KTM Tech3 1’48.752