Seven riders in less than 4 tenths on the line, it was the Spaniard Jaume Masia who had the last word, ahead of the South African Darryn Binder at the GP of Aragon in Moto3.
Jaume Masia (Honda) won the second Moto3 GP of his career, in Aragon. Starting from 17th place on the grid, the Spaniard returned to the leading group which has long been led by the Spanish prodigy Raul Fernandez, who will finish third in the race, taking his first world podium. Between the two Iberians, the South African Darryn Binder has placed the KTM of the French team of Alain Bronec.
In the leading group throughout the race, the leader of the world championship, Albert Arenas (KTM), lost several places in the last lap, he finished seventh but does not make a bad operation, since his main opponent in the championship , the Japanese Ai Ogura (Honda), only scores two points for 14th place. In a fight for 19th place, Fribourgeois Jason Dupasquier (KTM) finally finished twenty-second.