2011 – Stoner and Pedrosa's dominance
The 2011 Aragón GP wrapped up with a memorable double win by Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa. The two riders took the lead and dominated the race from start to finish, sporting a unique bike fairing design by David Delfín. The Australian took the pole and the samurai crossed the start line second — the same positions they maintained through the race. This victory was a prime example of Casey's riding prowess, and he went on to win the World Championship for the Repsol Honda Team that year.
2012 – The legendary precision of the Samurai
In 2012 we witnessed Dani Pedrosa's already legendary talent as he dominated the track in Aragón without opposition. After taking the lead in the seventh lap, no. 26 maintained first place until the end, increasing his time difference with the rest of the riders with each successive lap. Our samurai crossed the finish line 6.4 seconds ahead of the second-place rider, showing everyone who had the most rhythm on the track. Jonathan Rea, filling in for the injured Casey Stoner, finished the race honourably in seventh place, making that GP a day to celebrate for the team.
2016 – A dicey victory for Marc Márquez
2016 will be remembered as a year of frenetic competition. With nine different winners throughout the competition, each race presented an enigma and it seemed like anyone could sneak up from behind and race off with the title. Marc Márquez reached the lead group where he found himself in a tangle with two of the heavyweights: Valentino Rossi and the previous season's champion, Jorge Lorenzo, with Maverick Viñales and Andrea Dovizioso also in the fray. On the 12th lap Marc took the lead and didn't let go. Meanwhile, Dani managed to secure sixth place after his win in San Marino.
2017 – A hard-earned double win for Marc and Dani
This race was one for the books: lap after lap, Marc used the last turn to move past each of his competitors. Lorenzo's and Dovizioso's Ducatis were swift, as was Maverick's Yamaha, but after the 16th lap Márquez had taken the lead and refused give it up. Pedrosa, having started sixth, climbed up position after position to take a well-deserved second place. Thus, the team achieved one of its most celebrated double wins in recent years as their fans rallied around them on the circuit.
What about you? Which race at MotorLand Aragón was the best for you?