MotoGP » Aragon wins 'Best MotoGP' at first attempt


MotoGP award for Aragon

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Southerner

December 16, 2010 5:38 PM

Well done Aragon,well deserved and well earned.
Hope this venue stays put for a long,long time.
Ranks alongside Istanbul Park and Portimao.
Pity those 2 circuits don't grace GP for the foreseeable future.
I would not trade 1 Aragon for 1000 Donington's or
1 million Le Mans' for that matter.
Hey,France,get back to excitement and ressurect the old Paul Ricard circuit.

karamozov - Unregistered

December 16, 2010 6:19 PM

It was GREAT watching the Aragon race on television. I'm glad the riders enjoy the track because it made for great racing and excellent visuals. I love the huge rock wall in the background of one of the corners. Haven't seen anything quite like that before. I wish the track was near me. I'd love to do a few track days there...

Ilovemyhaters - Unregistered

December 16, 2010 10:17 PM

Wow what a shocking and surprising decision, a spanish championship, run by spaniards, and with over 78% of the racers in the whole championship been from spain.

Is almost unreal that they gave a spanish racetrack the award. Jesus christ, what's next.


Dennis - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 1:12 AM

He11 yeah they deserve it!

Casey Stoner beats the GOAT, no one in Australia knows who the he11 he is.

Hayden beats the GOAT, no one in the USA knows who the he11 he is.

Lorenzo beats the GOAT and a friggin and a whole bunch of recognitions from all over the highest powers in Spain flow his way, even a documentary is on the works.

Spain has been nurturing motorcycle racing and building most of the best tracks in the world while the rest of the planet is westernizing itself with NASCAR, Harleys and horrible diets.



AragonYawn - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 11:45 AM

Bring back Spa, bring back Suzuka, bring back men who were only interested in their next brolly dolly and beating the other guy not being the most liked person in the world. Bring back racing.
Oh for the good old days.

MM - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 2:33 PM

Make the most of Aragon before the F1 circus gets there and ruins the track surface. It's in a remote part of Spain but Teruel is a great little town with very friendly people, probably precisely because it isn't a tourist trap on the usual itinerary. I hope that its character doesn't get changed due to the proximity of the track.

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