Wed, 11 Dec 2019

Madrid - Marc Marquez moved to within one race of sealing his sixth MotoGP title on Sunday after a another dominant display saw him cruise to victory in Aragon.

Marquez's victory in Spain also ends any lingering hopes Danilo Petrucci, Alex Rins, Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi still had of lifting the trophy.

Rins had to apologise afterwards for his early dash inside that forced Franco Morbidelli to crash out at the 12th turn, with Rins also affected and dropping down to 19th as a result.

Rins served a long-lap penalty, costing him a few seconds but no positions, as the pack behind Marquez bunched, all in touch with the podium places.

Results and standings after the Aragon MotoGP, the 14th of the 19-round world championship series, on Sunday:

World championship standings:


1. Aron Canet (ESP/KTM) 38min 01.916sec, 2. Ai Ogura (JPN/Honda) 4.581, 3. Dennis Foggia (ITA/SKY) 4.663, 4. John McPhee (GBR/Honda) 4.729, 5. Alonso Lopez (ESP/Honda) 4.842.

1. Lorenzo Dalla Porta (ITA/Honda) 184 pts, 2. Aron Canet (ESP/KTM) 182, 3. Tony Arbolino (ITA/Honda) 155, 4. Tony McPhee (GBR/Honda) 126, 5. Marcos Ramirez (ESP/Honda) 123

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