Nineteen points separated the first four drivers in the championship before the Aragón Grand Prix: after this tenth of the 14 races on the program this season, the gap is now slightly narrower (15 points) and the order within quartet has evolved.
After the ordeal lived today by Fabio Quartararo and a new podium for Joan Mir, the young Spaniard is now at the top of the standings, a first in 20 years for a Suzuki rider! Quartararo meanwhile recorded a goalless score in this event, which he nevertheless started from pole position, and fell to six points behind his rival.
Behind him, the pressure remains strong since Maverick Viñales He is also only six units behind his future teammate. The Spaniard, who was able to limit the damage on MotorLand although he was unable to get the hoped-for victory, takes the advantage over Andrea Dovizioso, which now points three points further.
The hole started to widen behind the four leading men, with a Takaaki Nakagami pointing 14 units behind Dovizioso. The Japanese himself is not calm, because only one victory separates him from the 12th ranked driver, in this case an Álex Marquez currently at the top of the wave.
By celebrating its first victory of the season in Aragón, Suzuki also seizes the reins of the team championship to the detriment of the Petronas team for four small points, and with now a clear lead over the official Ducati and Yamaha teams. The Iwata brand also took the lead over KTM in the constructors’ championship and climbed to third place, just 17 points behind Ducati and 40 behind Yamaha.
Drivers’ Championship after the GP of Aragón
Team championship after the Aragón GP
Constructors’ Championship after the Aragón GP
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