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Jorge Lorenzo wins Aragon MotoGP

Updated: 27 September 2015 18:51 IST - Published: 27 September 2015 14:34 IST
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A blinder of a race from Dani Pedrosa, and despite Jorge Lorenzo's win, all eyes were on Rossi and Pedrosa.
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Final lap and all eyes are on Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa, who are locked in a stunning battle for 2nd with P2 going between the two every few seconds.
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With only 5 laps to go, Rossi almost gets Dani Pedrosa - but Pedrosa holds on tight and the two are locked in an extremely tight battle!
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Karel Abraham of Cardion AB Motoracing crashes. He appears to be in a lot of pain, limping away from the garage as his bike is put in.
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Another crash as Danilo Petrucci of Pramac Racing is into the gravel as well. He won his first ever MotoGP podium this year at Silverstone. He's fine, though, and looking to resume racing.
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All drivers' leads are now shortening with Pedrosa eating into Lorenzo's lead.. and Rossi eating into Pedrosa's.
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Another crash as Alex de Angelis' race ends at Turn 7 with 17 laps to go.
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A blinder from MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, who is quickly gaining and has caught both Andreas - Dovizioso and Iannone - to take P3!
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A free lead for Movistar Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo, with Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa in P2 and keeping a steady pace.
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Polesitter Marquez is out! He loses control of the front of his bike and falls in the gravel. Bike is too damaged, and Marquez is visibly devastated and angry.
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Jorge Lorenzo has taken the lead at the Aragon GP after starting in 2nd. Marquez drops to P3 behind Ducati's Andrea Iannone, riding with a still-recovering shoulder.
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If Marc Marquez wins today's race, he will be the youngest ever rider to cross 50 MotoGP wins.
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Marc Marquez has been on pole at Aragon for the past 3 years, and he'll be optimistic about today's race.
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Ducati's Andrea Iannone put in a very strong qualifier despite an immense amount of pain. The Italian has dislocated his shoulder twice this year; once at practice in Mugello earlier in the year, and a second time last week. He's currently being treated.
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It's a Honda-Yamaha-Ducati front row as Marc Marquez grabs pole position at the Aragon MotoGP. He's followed by Jorge Lorenzo and Ducati's Andrea Iannone.