Jorge Lorenzo

Defending champions Jorge Lorenzo comes into the Aragon Grand Prix at MotorLand as the favourite, after the Yamaha rider registered two wins in the last two races at Misano and Silverstone. The Spaniard will be looking to continue his form for the weekend's race in Aragon.

Where to Watch Live

The first practice session starts at 8:45am BST. Real-time internet updates are available on the MotoGP's official website. Live coverage of the second practice session starts at 12.10pm BST, with British Eurosport providing the live coverage in the UK.

Track Facts

  • Circuit Name: MotorLand Aragon
  • First MotoGP Race: 2010
  • Circuit Length: 5.078 km
  • Number of Laps: 23
  • Race Distance: 116.8 km
  • Most Wins: Casey Stoner (2)
  • 2012 Winner: Dani Pedros (Honda)
  • 2012 Pole: Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha)

Rider's Championship Review

Marc Marquez

Honda rider Marc Marquez has dominated the 2013 MotoGP season with five wins and is on top of the rider's standing with 253 points from 13 races. The Spaniard replaced Honda's former rider Casey Stoner and has been in impressive form in his debut season.

After consecutive wins in the last two races, Lorenzo takes the second spot and is level on points (219) with Honda rider Dani Pedrosa. The defending champions' Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi sits in fourth place with 169 points. Britain's Cal Crutchlow is fifth with 146 points.

Constructor's Championship Review

Marquez and Pedrosa's consistent points-scoring finishes have seen Honda take the top spot of the constructor's with 472 points, leading second place Yamaha by 84 points. With the Spanish duo's form, it is likely that Honda are the favourites to win the constructors championship this season.

Britain's Crutchlow and Bradley Smith's form has seen Tech 3 sit in the third place with 217 points while Ducati is in fourth with 199 points.