We are in Aragòn for the thirteenth leg

Gran Premio TISSOT de Aragón 2021 – Preview

09 September 2021MotorLand Aragón – Spain

In the last weekend, ridden on the circuit of Silverstone, Romano obtained a crushing victory, that allowed him to reduce the gap from the leader of the World Championship ranking. Our team leader at the eve of the Grand Prix of Aragòn is in third position, with 132 points, after he obtained a victory, a second place a two third place. In these last rounds our Romano improved a lot his performances, thanks to the achievement of an excellent feeling with his Husqvarna. He was in first position in each session of the Grand Prix of Great Britain, leading the race from the first to the last lap and dominating each session. Furthermore during the free practice Romano obtained the new All Time Lap Record of the SIverstone Circuit, with a time of 2’10.619.

Some difficulties instead for Adrían, who in the last rounds did not manage to reach the points. In his defense we have to say that most of the circuits are new to our rookie, so we must consider the natural adaptation time. In the last Grand Prix Adrían improved his time session after session, but throughout the race he remained stuck in a huge group and unfortunately he struggled to come back. On the circuit of Aragon our pilot has already ridden, therefore we are sure that he will express himself at high levels yet from the beginning.

To follow the statements of the protagonists.

Romano Fenati: “I think that Aragon is a fantastic circuit, for which I am really happy to be back on track After the race of Silverstone we have to do another good weekend, because is really important for us. I hope to achieve this goal.”

Adriàn Fernàndez: “I am very happy that the next Grand Prix will be held on the circuit in Spain. Aragon is a track on which I have already ridden, therefore I think we could do well. The last round ridden on the circuit of Silverstone left me good sensations. I am satisfied with the work that my team is doing.”

Max BiaggiTeam Owner: “We come from the victory on the track of Silverstone! Now it will be difficult to confirm ourselves at the same levels, but we have to follow this goal, since we have everything to fight for the podium in the remaining races.”


Last year on the circuit of Aragon there have been two races, with rather different temperatures, compared to the ones that we are going to face this weekend, since they were ridden in middle October.

Race 1 was won by J. Masia, who preceded D. Binder and R. Fernandez. Romano arrived in fourth position at +0.327 from the winner. The pole position was obtained by R. Fernandez, with the time of 1’57.681 and with the average speed of 155.3 km/h. Romano started from the sixth position.
J. Masia won also Race 2, whereas A. Sasaki and K. Toba completed the podium. Romano cut the finish line in nineteenth position after he started from the thirteenth position on the grid. The pole position was obtained by R. Fernandez, with the time of 1’57.199 and at the average speed of 155.9 km/h.

On this circuit Romano obtained a victory in 2014 and a second position the following year.

Last we report the records of the track. 1’57.066 represents the All Time Lap Record and the Best Pole, obtained in 2018 by J. Martin, at the average speed of 156.1 Km/h. S.Garcia, with the time of 1’57.976 and the average speed of 154.9 Km/h, obtained the Best Race Lap in 2020. The Top Speed is equal to 244.0 Km/h and was reached by J. Masia in 2020.

Schedule – Local Time (GMT +2)

Here you can find the schedule to follow the Sterilgarda Max Racing this weekend.

Thursday 09 September
17:00 – Press Conference

Friday 10 September
09:00 – 09:40 – FP1 Moto3
13:15 – 13:55 – FP2 Moto3

Saturday 11 September
09:00 – 09:40 – FP3 Moto3
12:35 – 12:50 – Q1 Moto3
13:00 – 13:15 – Q2 Moto3

Sunday 12 September
08:40 – 09:00 – Warm-Up Moto3
11:00 – Race Moto3

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