2019 Aragon MotoGP Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

Posted by Aaron . on September 19, 2019 in

The beautiful country of Spain will be the site for this weekend’s MotoGP race, as the Aragon MotoGP comes to Europe. The Ciudad del Motor de Aragon will challenge the riders with it’s fast turns and speedy layout. Tucked into the beautiful country, the “MotorLand” is rich in history, and a favorite course of many of the riders.

Even though Marquez has had a great deal of success this season, and has won many races, he’s not unbeatable. There are many riders that are capable of taking the checkered flag at the MotorLand. With many riders looking to climb in the drivers point standings, this will be a very competitive event.

Let’s preview some of the MotoGP Betting favorites to win the 2019 Aragon MotoGP at the Ciudad del Motor de Aragon in the beautiful Spanish countryside.

2019 Aragon MotoGP Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

Marc Marquez

This will be his 200th career GP. He’s currently leading the rider point standings by 93 points. Ironically, his rider number is also 93. Marqeuz has four career victories at the MotorLand, including the last three Aragon MotoGP’s in a row. Coming off of last weekend’s dominant victory at the San Marino and Rimini’s Coast Grand Prix, he’s looking for consecutive victories. Prior to last weekend’s win, he hadn’t won the previous two races. Whenever Marquez is on the track, he’s the man to beat.

Maverick Vinales

The Ciudad del Motor de Aragon has a corner named after Vinales. In his last two races, he has finished on the podium, so he has momentum going into the Aragon MotoGP. With two third place finishes in the last two races, Vinales is racing well. Although he’s never won a premier class race at the MotorLand, this weekend could be the first time.

Fabio Quartararo

The rookie has been getting closer and closer to the top step on the podium. The potential Rookie of the Year has been racing well, and he nearly overtook Marquez at Misano. Could this be the weekend that he finally takes the checkered flag?

Alex Rins

The Team Suzuki rider has had an up and down season. After defeating Marquez at Silverstone, Rins struggled at Misano and San Marino. He has now slipped to fourth in the rider standings, so he’ll be looking to race well and to get back into the top three in the standings.

Andrea Dovizioso

The winner of the Austrian MotoGP, he has raced well at the MotorLand in the past. The Italian, who races for Team Ducati, needs the points. He needs to race with a purpose this weekend.

Valentino Rossi

The Yamaha rider has finished fourth in three straight races, just missing the podium. With a good race here, he can finally get back to the podium and earn more driver points.