Moto2 champion Tito Rabat is to make his MotoGP debut at Aragon on Monday.

Rabat, who took his second victory of the season for the Marc VDS team on Sunday, will try the team's Honda RC213V during a Michelin test.

"Will be a very, very great experience. All the people tell me this bike is so fast. I don't know - I'm so excited" Rabat said. "It's a good present, trying the bike of my team with all the people I know. I don't know if I can sleep tonight."

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