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MotoGP Aragón 2021 GP Schedule: where to watch it (free and paying)

The 2021 MotoGP season continues at the Motorland Circuit with the Aragón Grand Prix, the 13th round of the year and the first of two consecutive ones to be held this September.

On the grid there will be several novelties. Maverick Viñales returns to the championship and will debut with Aprilia in place of Lorenzo Savadori. His old place in the official Yamaha team will continue to go to tester Cal Crutchlow , while the injured Franco Morbidelli will be replaced again by Jake Dixon in the Petronas SRT after Xavi Vierge’s refusal.

Fabio Quartararo arrives as the outstanding leader of the championship after adding an unquestionable victory, the fifth of the season, at Silverstone.

On Thursday the 8th, the usual official press conference for the drivers is scheduled at 5:00 p.m., to which Quartararo, Joan Mir, Jack Miller, Pol and Aeix Espargaró, Álex Rins and Viñales are summoned, before the start of the training of the three categories from 9:00 a.m.

Schedules of the Aragón GP of MotoGP 2021 (Spanish peninsular time)

Thursday September 9 Press conference five pm
Friday September 10 FP1 09:00-09 :40 10:55-11: 35 09:55-10: 40
Friday September 10 FP2 13:15-13 :55 15:10-15 :50 14:10-14 :55
Saturday September 11 FP3 09:00-09 :40 10:55-11: 35 09:55-10: 40
Saturday September 11 FP4 13:30-14 :00
Saturday September 11 Q1 12:35-12:50 15:10-15:35 14:10-14:25

Saturday September 11

Q2 13:00-14:15 15:35-15:50

14:35-14 :50

Sunday September 12

Warm-up 08:40-09 :00 09 :10-09 :30

09:40-10 :00

Sunday September 12

Race 11:00 (19v) 12:20 (9pm)

14:00 (23v)

Day Event

Moto3

Moto2

MotoGP

And if you read us from Latin America, these are the schedules of the Aragón GP 2021

Day Event

Mexico, Columbia,

Peru, Ecuador

and Panama

Venezuela, Bolivia,

Chile and Paraguay

Argentina and Uruguay
Friday September 10 FP1 02:55-03:40 03:55-04:40 03:55-04:40
Friday September 10 FP2 07:10-07:55 08:10-08:55 09:10-09:55
Saturday September 11 FP3 02:55-03:40 03:55-04:40 03:55-04:40
Saturday September 11 FP4 06:30-07:00 07:30-08:00 08:30-09:00
Saturday September 11 Q1 07:10-07:25 08:10-08:25 09:10-09:25

Saturday September 11

Q2 07:35-07:50 08:35-08:50 09:35-09:50

Sunday September 12

Race (23v) 07:00 08:00 09:00

Where to watch the 2021 MotoGP Aragon GP on television

This weekend the motorcycles return to television, but they will not do it on RTVE like last year. Mediaset will be in charge of broadcasting the Aragón GP on Telecinco .

DAZN will also broadcast the Grand Prix in its entirety, but in this case you will have to pay €9.99 per month or €99.99 per year. In any case, you can try it for one month for free with no commitment to stay. In addition, it includes the rest of sports, such as F1.

Movistar + customers with Fusion can add the package with the Motor channels. It costs an extra 10 euros and there they will see the same DAZN content.

The last alternative is to subscribe to the MotoGP VideoPass . The price for the remainder of the season is reduced by half, €69.99, and gives access to the entire content catalog until the first race of 2022. Of course, the narration is in English.

And remember: any link sent to you by Whatsapp, email or social networks is illegal.

The circuit where the 2021 MotoGP Aragon GP is held, Motorland

The Motorland Aragón Circuit is located in the town of Alcañiz, about 150 km from Teruel. In fact, cities like Zaragoza or Lleida are closer by road.

The track opened in 2009 and hosted its first MotoGP Grand Prix a year later. However, its origins go back to the Alcañiz street circuit, which hosted car races from 1963 to 2003.

The German engineer Hermann Tilke was in charge of designing the circuit, with 5,077 kilometers of rope and 17 curves, receiving the IRTA award for the best Grand Prix of the year at its premiere.

Facts and figures of the Motorland Aragón Circuit

track length 5,077km
track width 12m
curves 7 left – 10 right
longest straight 968m
MotoGP race distance 116.8 km (23 laps)
pole position Right
Building 2009

Motorland Aragón Circuit Records

Best race lap time Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) 1:48,120 2015
pole record Marc Marquez (Honda) 1:46,635 2015
top speed record Pecco Bagnaia (Ducati) 351.8km/h 2020

The riders who will compete in the 2021 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix

Equipment pilots

Japan Repsol Honda Team

Honda RC213V

Spain Pol Espargaro

Spain Marc Marquez

Japan Yamaha Factory Racing

Yamaha YZR-M1

France Fabio Quartararo

United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow

Italy Ducati Team

Ducati Desmosedici GP20

Australia Jack Miller

Italy Francesco Bagnaia

Japan Team Suzuki MotoGP

Suzuki GSX-RR

Spain Joan Mir

Spain Alex Rins

Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

KTM RC16

South Africa Brad Binder

Portugal Miguel Oliveira

Italy Aprilia Racing Team

Aprilia RS-GP

Spain Aleix Espargaro

Spain Maverick Vinales

Malaysia PETRONAS Yamaha SRT

Yamaha YZR-M1

Italy Valentino Rossi

United Kingdom Jake Dixon

Italy Pramac Racing Ducati

Ducati Desmosedici GP20

France Johann Zarco

Spain Jorge Martín

Monaco Team LCR

Honda RC213V

Japan Takaaki Nakagami

Spain Alex Marquez

France Tech 3

KTM RC16

Italy Danilo Petrucci

Spain Iker Lecuona

Spain Avintia Racing

Ducati Desmosedici GP19

Italy Luca Marini

Italy Enea Bastianini

How the MotoGP teams and riders arrive at the 2021 Aragon GP

Fabio Quartararo took the championship by storm with his fifth win of the season at Silverstone. The French already takes 65 points to the second, Joan Mir.

By teams, the Monster Yamaha is still ahead of Ducati, the same as in the constructors.

Ranking of the 2021 MotoGP World Championship

Pos Pilot Points Qatar Qatar Portugal Spain France Italy Spain Germany Netherlands Austria Austria United Kingdom
1 France Fabio Quartararo 206 11/5 25/1 25/1 3/13 16/3 25/1 10/6 16/3 25/1 16/3 9/7 25/1
2 Spain Joan Mir 141 13/4 9/7 16/3 11/5 16/3 13/4 7/9 16/3 20/2 13/4 7/9
3 France johann zarco 137 20 /2 20 /2 8 /8 20 /2 13 /4 20 /2 8 /8 13 /4 10 /6 5/11
4 Italy Francesco Bagnaia 136 16/3 10/6 20/2 20/2 13/4 9/7 11/5 10/6 5/11 20/2 2/14
5 Australia Jack Miller 118 7/9 7/9 25/1 25/1 10/6 16/3 10/6 5/11 13/4
6 South Africa Brad Binder 108 2/14 8/8 11/5 3/13 11/5 8/8 13/4 4/12 13/4 25/1 10/6
7 Spain Maverick Viñales 95 25/1 11/5 5/11 9/7 6/10 8/8 11/5 20/2
8 Portugal Miguel Oliveira 85 3/13 1/15 5/11 20/2 25/1 20/2 11/5
9 Spain Alex Espargaro 83 9/7 6/10 10/6 10/6 9/7 9/7 8/8 6/10 16/3
10 Spain George Martin 64 1 /15 16 /3 2 /14 4/12 25 /1 16 /3
11 Spain Alex Rins 64 10/6 13/4 5/11 5/11 9/7 2/14 20/2
12 Spain Marc Marquez 59 9/7 7/9 25/1 9/7 8/8 1/15
13 Japan Takaaki Nakagami 58 6/10 13/4 9/7 3/13 3/13 7/9 11/5 3/13 3/13
14 Spain Pol Espargaro 52 8 /8 3 /13 6 /10 8 /8 4 /12 6 /10 6 /10 11 /5
15 Spain Alex Marquez 49 8/8 10/6 2/14 5/11 2/14 7/9 7/9 8/8
16 Italy Franco Morbidelli 40 4/12 13/4 16/3 7/9
17 Italy Danilo Petrucci 36 3/13 2/14 11/5 7/9 3/13 4/12 6/10
18 Italy Enea Bastianini 35 6/10 5/11 7/9 2/14 6/10 1/15 4/12 4/12
19 Spain Iker Lecuona 33 1/15 7/9 5/11 1/15 10 /6 9 /7
20 Italy Luca Marini 28 4/12 1/15 4/12 4/12 1/15 2/14 11/5 1/15
21 Italy Valentino Rossi 28 4/12 5/11 6/10 2/14 3/13 8/8
22 Germany Stefan Bradl 11 5 /11 2 /14 4 /12
23 Spain Dani Pedrosa 6 6/10
24 Italy Lorenzo Savadori 4 2/14 1/15 1/15
25 Italy Michele Pirro 3 3/13
26 Spain Tito Rabat 1 1/15
27 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow  
28 United States Garrett Gerloff  
29 United Kingdom Jake Dixon  

Ranking of the 2021 MotoGP Team World Championship

Pos Equipment Points Qatar Qatar Portugal Spain France Italy Spain Germany Netherlands Austria Austria United Kingdom
1 Japan Yamaha Factory Racing 301 36 36 30 12 22 33 21 16 45 16 9 25
2 Italy Ducati Team 254 23 17 20 45 38 10 25 21 10 5 25 15
3 Italy Pramac Racing Ducati 205 21 36 8 21 16 22 12 13 35 16 5
4 Japan Team Suzuki MotoGP 205 23 22 16 11 16 13 12 21 29 15 27
5 Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 199 5 9 11 5 3 31 33 33 15 19 25 10
6 Japan Repsol Honda Team 118 13 5 9 13 8 4 31 15 8 1 11
7 Monaco Team LCR 107 14 13 19 2 8 3 9 18 10 11
8 Italy Aprilia Racing Team 87 9 6 12 10 10 1 9 8 6 16
9 France Tech 3 69 4 2 18 12 3 1 14 15
10 Malaysia PETRONAS Yamaha SRT 68 4 4 13 16 5 6 7 2 3 8
11 Spain Avintia Racing 63 6 5 11 1 6 10 1 1 6 11 5

Ranking of the 2021 MotoGP constructors’ world championship

Pos Chassis Points Qatar Qatar Portugal Spain France Italy Spain Germany Netherlands Austria Austria United Kingdom
1 Yamaha 234 25 25 25 16 16 25 11 16 25 16 9 25
2 Ducati 225 20 20 20 25 25 13 20 11 13 25 20 13
3 KTM 162 3 8 11 5 11 20 25 20 11 13 25 10
Four Suzuki 158 13 13 16 11 16 13 7 16 20 13 20
5 Honda 115 8 3 9 13 10 4 5 25 9 11 7 11
6 Aprilia 84 9 6 10 10 9 1 9 8 6 16

The drivers who have won in Aragon

Six riders have ever won at Motorland in MotoGP, but Marc Márquez stands out above all with five wins. Of the active drivers, Álex Rins and Franco Morbidelli have a victory.

The latest pole positions and winners of the Aragon Grand Prix

Ano Poles VICTORIA
2020* Takaaki Nakagami Franco Morbidelli
2020 Fabio Quartararo Alex Rins
2019 Marc Marquez Marc Marquez
2018 Jorge Lorenzo Marc Marquez
2017 Maverick Vinales Marc Marquez
2016 Marc Marquez Marc Marquez
2015 Marc Marquez Jorge Lorenzo
2014 Marc Marquez Jorge Lorenzo
2013 Marc Marquez Marc Marquez
2012 Jorge Lorenzo Dani Pedrosa
2011 Casey Stoner Casey Stoner

*GP of Alcañiz

This is how the last GP ended at Motorland Aragón in 2020

  • Pole: Takaaki Nakagami (1:46,882)
  • Vuelta rapida: Franco Morbidelli (1:48,089)
  • Podio: 1º Franco Morbidelli, 2 lex Rins, 3º Joan Mir

(Click on this link or on the image to see the photos of the last Teruel GP)

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