Francesco Bagnaia’s title charge continues with another dominant victory at his and Ducati’s home GP at the Misano circuit. This victory comes after being handed a three-place grid penalty.
He now trails championship leader Fabio Quartararo by just 30 points. Bagnaia has also created history as he became the first Ducati rider to win four races on the trot. Now the Moto GP calendar turns to Spain for the Aragon GP 2022.
Here is all you need to know about the Moto GP 2022 Aragon Grand Prix:
When is the 2022 Aragon Grand Prix?
Free Practice Nr. 4 - 17:00 - 17:30 IST
Qualifying Nr. 1 - 17:40 - 17:55 IST
Qualifying Nr. 2 - 18:05 - 18:20 IST
Warm Up - 13:10 - 13:30 IST
Race – 17:30 IST
Where to watch the live streaming of the 2022 Aragon Grand Prix?
The races will be streamed live on Discovery+.
What are the specifications of the track used for the 2022 Aragon Grand Prix?
The MotorLand Aragón track in Alcañiz, Spain is 5.1 km long and features 17 corners, and three straights. Franco Morbidelli holds the record for the fastest lap time with a record of 1:48.089. The average speed on the track is 167.8 km/h with a top speed of 351.8 km/h.
What is the weather forecast for the 2022 Aragon Grand Prix?
The weather during the two-day race is likely to be sunny to partly cloudy. The temperature might vary between 26 °C and 28°C with minimum chances of rain.
How does the Moto GP Championships table stand?
Fabio Quartararo - 211 points
Francesco Bagnaia - 181 points
Aleix Espargaro - 178 points
Enea Bastianini - 138 points
Johann Zarco - 125 points