Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix

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Aragon Grand Prix
Motorland Aragón FIM.svg
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Venue Motorland Aragón
First race 2010

The Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix is a motorcycling event that is part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing calendar. Its first edition was held in 2010 to replace the Hungarian Grand Prix. The Grand Prix will be a reserve event for from 2011 to 2016.[1]

Winners of the Aragon Grand Prix[edit]

Multiple winners (riders)[edit]

# Wins Rider Wins
Category Years won
2 Australia Casey Stoner MotoGP 2010, 2011
Spain Jorge Lorenzo MotoGP 2014, 2015
Spain Pol Espargaró Moto2 2012
125 cc 2010
Spain Marc Márquez MotoGP 2013
Moto2 2011
Spain Nicolás Terol Moto2 2013
125 cc 2011

Multiple winners (manufacturer)[edit]

# Wins Rider Wins
Category Years won
4 Germany Kalex Moto2 2012, 2014, 2015
Moto3 2012
Austria KTM Moto3 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
3 Japan Honda MotoGP 2011, 2012, 2013
2 Switzerland Suter Moto2 2011, 2013
Japan Yamaha MotoGP 2014, 2015

Multiple winners (countries)[edit]

# Wins Rider Wins
Category Years won
13 Spain Spain MotoGP 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Moto2 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Moto3 2013, 2014, 2016
125 cc 2010, 2011
2 Australia Australia MotoGP 2010 2011
Italy Italia Moto2 2010
Moto3 2014
1 Portugal Portugal Moto3 2015

By year[edit]

Year Track Moto3 Moto2 MotoGP Report
Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer
2016 Motorland Aragon Spain Jorge Navarro Honda United Kingdom Sam Lowes KTM Spain Marc Márquez Honda Report
2015 Motorland Aragon Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM Spain Esteve Rabat Kalex Spain Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Report
2014 Motorland Aragon Italy Romano Fenati KTM Spain Maverick Viñales Kalex Spain Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Report
2013 Motorland Aragon Spain Álex Rins KTM Spain Nicolás Terol Suter Spain Marc Márquez Honda Report
2012 Motorland Aragon Spain Luis Salom Kalex KTM Spain Pol Espargaró Kalex Spain Dani Pedrosa Honda Report
Year Track 125 cc Moto2 MotoGP Report
Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer
2011 Motorland Aragon Spain Nicolás Terol Aprilia Spain Marc Márquez Suter Australia Casey Stoner Honda Report
2010 Motorland Aragon Spain Pol Espargaró Derbi Italy Andrea Iannone Speed Up Australia Casey Stoner Ducati Report

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beer, Matt (2010-03-24). "Aragon to be long-term MotoGP reserve". autosport.com. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 2010-03-24. 

Coordinates: 41°04′42″N 0°12′27″W / 41.0783°N 0.2075°W / 41.0783; -0.2075