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Márquez wins the Aragón GP after Lorenzo’s fall

Márquez wins the Aragón GP after Lorenzo’s fall

Marc Márquez won the Aragon Grand Prix and increased his advantage as leader of the MotoGP championship by benefiting on Sunday from the fall that his Spanish compatriot Jorge Lorenzo, owner of the pole, suffered in the first lap.

Lorenzo fell off his Ducati at the first corner and was taken to the MotorLand Circuit Medical Center, where it was determined that he dislocated a toe on his right foot.

Márquez, who started third on the grid, prevailed in the race ahead of Italians Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone.

With his sixth victory of the season, Márquez took another step in pursuit of a fifth MotoGP title. The Honda rider accumulates 246 points, followed by Dovizioso with 174. There are five races remaining. Ap

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