#MotoGP once again delivers in style as Joan Mir takes the championship lead with a podium, while Fabio Quartararo finishes in P18.
MotoGP 2020 lives up to its reputation as it again delivered an 8th winner in 8 races. A stunning statistic that sums up the season so far.
Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) won the Gran Premio Michelin® de Aragon honours in a stunningly tense premier class encounter, while Alex Marquez finished just 0.2 seconds behind him to pick up his second consecutive MotoGP podium.
But to add to the drama, championship leader Fabio Quartararo finished P18, which allowed Joan Mir to leapfrog ahead of him in the championship standings with 5 podium finishes in 7 races.
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