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Tito Rabat Almost Crash Into Rossi in the Warm-Up of Aragon

The MotoGP riders have finally left the Aragon track at 10:55 am for a brief 15-minute warm-up, a delay caused by the intense fog that has covered the track of Alcañiz and which has forced Career Direction to modify the schedules of today’s races (click here to know them).

Marc Márquez has been responsible for leading this brief training session with a record of 1: 48.832. The Spaniard has completed the warm-up with medium compound tires front and rear, possibly his bet for today’s race. Aleix Espargaró has slipped into second place on his Aprilia RS-GP to 374 thousandths of Marc, in his case betting on the soft rubber front and the back half.

The top 3 of this warm-up has been completed by Jack Miller (3rd +0.658), followed by a Maverick Viñales (4th +0.701) who has also opted to use medium gums front and back.

The image of this MotoGP warm-up has been played by Tito Rabat and Valentino Rossi on the 15th circuit of the Motorland track when the Spanish rider has touched the Italian Yamaha’s rear wheel in a braking. Valentino has been able to control his M1 without too many problems despite his injury, not so Rabat, who has gone to the ground at great speed taking a good stroke, fortunately without physical consequences.

Here you can see the video with the fall: