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2019 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix Live: As it happened.

2019 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix Live: As it happened.

Last Updated: 22 Sep 2019 - 14:15

Read our 2019 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix live coverage.

Welcome to our 2019 MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix commentary.

The 2019 Aragon Grand Prix took place on Monday September 23, 2019. Read our MotoGP live commentary to see the coverage as it we reported it live.

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09:36

Quartararo moved to the top on his final lap before pitting, before Kallio put KTM to the top - it'd be a great way to mark his grand prix return if he can hold on to P1. 5mins to go.

09:31

10mins to go and Quartararo is called back in by the Petronas team, while Rossi heads back out.

09:29

Mir's best time is a 1m 59s, 13-seconds off Friday's dry pace.

09:27
09:27

15mins to go and Fabio Quartararo moves up to second, behind Mir.

09:20

Marc Marquez, fastest by over one-second in the dry on Friday, still shows no sign of wanting to head out on track this morning. The world champion is watching on from the pits.

09:17

Suzuki Joan Mir is now top of the damp timesheets.

Halfway through FP3: Mir, Kallio, Vinales, Dovizioso, Oliveira, Petrucci, Rossi, Lorenzo, Bagnaia, Quartararo, Morbidelli, Nakagami, Crutchlow, Smith, Abraham.

09:15

Rain spots are falling once again..

09:13
09:10
09:06

It's currently Zarco's replacement Kallio fastest from Vinales, Petrucci, Dovizioso and Oliveira.

09:04

While there is no chance of beating the dry Friday times at present, with more rain possible for qualifying there is an incentive for riders to try the conditions.

You also can't help imagine what Johann Zarco might have done in these conditions if he was still on the KTM...

09:00

Those riders that have gone out are on wet tyres, but the track is drying and many riders are waiting in the pits.

08:58
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08:11
08:05

Good morning from Aragon where, as forecast, it's a wet start to the Saturday action.

15:22

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14:39
14:23

Heavy fall for Adam Norrodin at the start of Moto2 FP2.

14:06

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14:00

But don't be fooled by the Yamaha 1-2-3, Marquez's morning time was the best of the day by over one second.