World News – GB – Aragon Moto2: Back-to-back victories for Lowes, everything changes in the title race


Sam Lowes has won back-to-back victories by winning the Moto2 Grand Prix of Aragon as the title advantage passes to Enea Bastianini

Sam Lowes took the win as his racing rival lost the lead in the Moto2 Grand Prix race and title race at MotorLand Aragon

With Luca Marini out of the race early on, everything was to play in terms of the race and the title and that was reflected in the action on the track

His Sky Racing Team VR46 teammate Marco Bezzecchi came in first in the race and looked set to take over the overall standings before retiring from the competition on the penultimate lap

Pole Lowes had been pushing for the lead with the duo clear in front, so the British rider only needed to maintain his position which he did to win his second race in a row with EG 0.0 Marc VDS This is Lowes’ second victory in Aragon after crossing the finish line on the track in 2016

The battle for third became the battle for second with this outing and Enea Bastianini pushed to the limit to maximize his points return, overtaking rival Jorge Martin one last time when it mattered most and held firm to claim the second for Italtrans, a heavy 4195s behind

This propels the Italian to the top of the overall standings with a total of 155, with winner Lowes just two points behind

Jorge Martin completed the podium for Red Bull KTM Ajo after spending much of the race solo before his Italian rival knocked him down

Jake Dixon continues to advance and climb with the fourth The Briton had a lonely race for Petronas Sprinta Racing, trying to catch up with those who came before him before starting to struggle with tires, but the fourth is his best result to date in the Moto2 category

Remy Gardner and Hector Garzo also fought for the duration, with the Onexox TKKR SAG Team rider winning the row race for fifth place, Marcos Ramirez took the opportunity to slip into sixth for Tennor American Racing pushing Garzo (Flexbox HP 40) back to seventh

Ramirez (Tennor American Racing) was also the race’s top runner-up with main rival Aron Canet as he recovers from his finger injury

His team-mate Joe Roberts didn’t quite match his heroic rally at Le Mans and finished eighth this time around

Number sixteen was almost two seconds ahead of ninth place Tetsuta Nagashima (Red Bull KTM Ajo) with veteran Simone Corsi for his first top ten of the season with MV Agusta Forward Racing

Augusto Fernandez (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) was almost two seconds behind when he crossed the eleventh line, winning his battle for position with Tom Luthi, the Liqui Moly Intact GP rider having to settle for twelfth

Edgar Pons passed 13th for Federal Oil Gresini at the end of the race, Stefano Manzi taking 14th for the second race in a row for MV Agusta Forward Racing

Marcel Schrotter made his way to the end point from 22nd place on the grid during the second Intact GP entry

Straddling fractures in both feet, Xavi Vierge spent much of the race in 13th place before disappearing in the final stages in 16th for Petrnoas Sprinta Racing

Contact with Marcos Ramirez in the first round saw Jorge Navarro’s dreams of success end early He was a podium at MotorLand last season

Fabio Di Giannantino worked hard to get himself into the lead of the race at the halfway point Once there he slipped out of contention His slightly different line on the Speed ​​Up seemed to lead him over a bump in the track at turn two with eleven racing laps

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