It’s official ! Marc Marquez to be back for Aragon GP

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Home
hero

Born
in
Cervera,
MotorLand
Aragon
can
truly
be
considered
a
home
circuit
for
Marquez
and
the
home
fans
have
always
helped
buoy
his
on-track
performance.
Marquez
has
been
the
fastest
rider
at
Aragon
since
he
moved
up
to
MotoGP,
but
this
year
is
different.

110
days
after
he
last
competed
at
the
Italian
Grand
Prix,
the
iconic
No.93
will
be
back
out
and
racing,
with
little
expectation
but
an
incredible
amount
of
attention.

Throwing the gauntlet

Throwing
the
gauntlet

After
being
passed
fit,
he
did
100
laps
at
the
Misano
Test
and
the
electricity
was
palpable,
so
what
can
he
do
first
time
out?
And
what
will
he
be
aiming
for?
After
another
incredible
finish
at
Misano,
MotorLand
throws
the
gauntlet
down
once
again.

Meanwhile,
the
other
Repsol
Honda
Team
rider

Pol
Espargaro

will
be
keen
to
improve
after
getting
tangled
up
early
at
Misano
through
no
fault
of
his
own,
and
it
is
a
home
race
too
for
win.
Alex
Marquez
(LCR
Honda
Castrol)
will
want
to
use
his
experience
and
good
memories
of
the
MotoGP
podium
at
MotorLand
to
move
forward,
and
Takaaki
Nakagami
(LCR
Honda
Idemitsu)
has
been
on
pole
at
the
venue.

Triple-header

Triple-header

The
chase
is
on
as
the
triple-header
kicks
off
at
Aragon,
with
the
title
fight
hotting
up
and
Marquez
back
on
track.

The
next
three
weekends
put
75
points
on
the
table
in
2022
FIM
MotoGP
World
Championship,
with
the
intercontinental
triple-header
kicking
off
at
the
mighty
MotorLand
Aragon.

Marc Returns

Marc
Returns

Last
season
it
was
a
duel
between
Francesco
Bagnaia
(Ducati
Lenovo
Team)
and
Marquez
(Repsol
Honda
Team),
and
12
months
on
the
two
still
dominate
the
headlines

just
for
different
reasons.
Bagnaia
arrives
into
the
Gran
Premio
Animoca
Brands
de
Aragon
with
four
wins
in
a
row,
the
first
rider
to
do
that
on
a
Ducati,
and
Marquez’ long-awaited
comeback
has
now
been
confirmed.

Can
Bagnaia
make
it
five?
Will
Enea
Bastianini
strike
back?
Are
Ducati
about
to
hit
gold
earlier
than
many
could
ever
have
expected?
Or
can
Fabio
Quartararo
and
Aleix
Espargaro
start
to
stem
the
tide?
We
will
find
out
at
2pm
local
time
(5.30pm
IST)
on
Sunday
(September
18).
But
for
now
the
big
news,
the
motorsports
buffs
around
around
the
world
had
been
waiting
has
come.
Marquez
is
back!
Buck
up
guys!

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