The Aruba.it Racing - Ducati team arrives at the Iberian track after a bitter-sweet weekend in Algarve. The riders had some difficulty adapting to the Portuguese track, and it wasn't until Race 2 that both Redding and Davies managed to ride their Panigale V4 Rs to the top of the rankings. This meant that Scott lost the overall lead he'd earned in Jerez, while Chaz was still able to move up one position despite a fall in the SuperPole Race. Now it's off to Motorland Aragon for two rounds, on a track that is particularly well suited to the characteristics of the Ducati, not forgetting the numerous victories won by Chaz Davies on this track riding the Panigale R.
And keep an eye on Michael Ruben Rinaldi who rode a pair of strong races on his Panigale V4 R for the Go-Eleven team. The rider from the Romagna region in Italy seems to have found the ideal equilibrium for showing off all his talent, and Aragon is one of his favourite tracks.
Motorland Aragon is one of the most recent circuits in Spain dedicated to motor sports. The facility is equipped in an exemplary manner to host events of the highest level.
The track itself is one of the most beautiful on the Iberian Peninsula. Its design is extremely technical, even including changes in elevation, and features decidedly challenging points like the small "corkscrew" and the subsequent "wall" curve requiring violent deceleration when the bike is already partially cornering. And don't forget the long straight parallel to the finish line where the Panigale V4 R motorbikes can express all their exuberant power.