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Bagnaia takes Aragon pole with new lap record, leads factory Ducati 1-2

Francesco Bagnaia will start the Aragon MotoGP from pole after a stunning final lap saw him break Marc Marquez’ six-year old lap record. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The preliminary laps seemed to suggest a Ducati domination was incoming as Jorge Martin led Bagnaia and Jack Miller, however, championship leader Fabio Quartararo responded with a brilliant 1:46.727s.  Quartararo was over five tenths up on Martin’s time through the opening three sectors, before losing three tenths in sector four - a part of the track that’s been his Achilles heel all weekend. At the beginning of the final run, Bagnaia...
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