Quartararo spent much of Sunday’s race in the lead and battling with reigning world champion Marc Marquez for the win, and says that he can use the same rapid-start strategy to try and add to his tally of four top-three finishes so far in his rookie season. Full of self-belief after the stunning performance at Misano, he’s determined to once again get stuck into the podium battle at Aragon.
Morbidelli is also excited to be heading to the Spanish circuit after an impressive fifth place at his home race on Sunday. A previous race winner in the Moto2 class and enjoying a strong MotoGP debut in 2018 at MotorLand Aragon, improvements to the base setting of his Yamaha YZR-M1 at Misano means he too is raring to get going.
The action at MotorLand Aragon gets underway at 0955 local time (1555 Malaysian time) on Friday 20th September, ahead of race day at the Gran Premio de Aragon on Sunday 22nd.