MotorLand Aragon was first used for Grand Prix racing in 2010, becoming the sixth different circuit to be used in Spain for GP racing. The state-of-the-art venue opened in 2009 and continues a rich local heritage of racing after years of exciting street races in nearby Alcañiz.
Marc Marquez was back on top of the podium at Misano last weekend after winning the San Marino and Rimini’s Coast MotoGP to extend his lead at the head of the World Standings to 93 points.
Andrea Dovizioso finished down in sixth to fall further behind in the title race but he retains second place in the standings, ahead of Danilo Petrucci and Alex Rins.
See the most up-to-date analysis and MotoGP betting tips below and pick your winner for the Aragon Grand Prix 2019.
Previous Aragon MotoGP Results
Marc Marquez has an excellent record at Aragon having won the race for the past three years and in 2013. He already has a huge lead in the World Standings this season and his form at MotorLand Aragon means he is the man to beat again.
Andrea Dovizioso finished second in the Aragon MotoGP last year, less than one second behind Marquez. That was his best finish at the Spanish track since a third-place position in 2012. The Italian will have been bitterly disappointed with finishing sixth last week at Misano, especially having crashed out at Silverstone two weeks earlier. He needs to finish ahead of Marquez to have any chance of catching him in the title race, but previous form does not look good.
Danilo Petrucci has moved up to third place in the World Standings but arrives at Aragon with a poor record at the track, with his best finish coming last year when he was seventh. Alex Rins could challenge him for that top three position having finished fourth at Aragon last year.
Other recent winners at MotorLand Aragon have included Jorge Lorenzo in 2014 and 2015, and Dani Pedrosa in 2012.
Top Betting Tips for MotoGP Aragon 2019
Marc Marquez has dominated the race in recent years, so it is no surprise that he is the strong 1/2 odds-on favourite and clearly the one to beat in front of his home crowd.
Fabio Quartararo, who finished second at Misano last weekend, is the joint second favourite at 6/1 alongside Maverick Vinales, who was third in San Marino. Andrea Dovizioso finished second at Aragon last year, so at odds of 7/1 looks a decent each-way bet for a podium finish.
Elsewhere, cheered on by a local crowd, Alex Rins is a tempting 11/1 price having finished fourth at MotorLand Aragon last year and could push for a podium finish this time.
At a bigger price, a chance can be taken with Danilo Petrucci who is currently third in the title race so can’t be overlooked despite being a 25/1 chance.