Marc Márquez’s funny reaction after his brother’s performance at the Aragó GP
For its part, PB Puigverd has donated 1,000 kg of fruit.
The 46 Barça Academy that FC Barcelona has spread across the planet do not stop bearing fruit. The last to go professional was Caden Clark, a young 18-year-old American striker who last weekend had his dream debut in MLS.
Oct 14, 2020 at 6:57 pm CEST
Formed from 14 to 17 years old at the Barça Residency Academy in Arizona, one of the eleven academies that FC Barcelona has spread throughout the United States, Clark caught the attention of the Blaugrana club technicians, who even brought him to La Masía to train a week to see their evolutions live.
His landing at Barça did not materialize, but his quality has not gone unnoticed and one of the most important clubs in MLS has ended up being hired. The New York Red Bull has given him the opportunity and Clark has not missed it.
Ilias Akhomach, the pearl of the Barça youth, makes his debut with the subsidiary
The young talent emerged from the Barça Academy of Arizona, the only one outside La Masia that has a residence, debuted with his new team last weekend, signing the winning goal against Atlanta.
Clark had stood out in his Blaugrana period to the point of being part of the 2017/2018 season of the Barça Residency Academy U-17 team that was third in the most important training league in the United States, the Development Academy.
Ilaix Moriba, in the list of the 60 best talents of 2020
Alejandro Balde, six weeks off
The new New York Red Bull footballer is the third to make the leap to MLS after passing through a Barça Academy. The other two are fellow Americans Bryce Duke and Julian Araujo, who evolve, respectively, in the ranks of Los Angeles FC and Los Angeles Galaxy.
Never has a final sprint for the title had such an open and uncertain prognosis as the one facing the MotoGP World Championship this season. The absence of Marc Márquez, current champion and firm dominator of the queen class, with six crowns since its premiere in 2013, has opened a range of applicants that has been expanded in the last appointments of the calendar. Hence, we face a final triplet of high tension – with two races in Valencia (November 8 and 15) and the closing in the unprecedented Portimao circuit (November 22) -, to which six drivers arrive separated by just 32 points. And neither is willing to throw in the towel.
On at 10:21 CET
Laura López Albiac @LauraAlbiac
MotoGP – GP Valencia
After three exciting battles at Le Mans, Aragon and Teruel, the race for the MotoGP title has brought many alternatives, so it would be a mistake to rule out anyone at this point. Márquez’s injury loss since the opening round in Jerez has added the surprise factor to the outcome of a championship currently led by Joan Mir, the most regular, but which nonetheless is not among the eight drivers who have won races this season. In fact, the Mallorcan’s last victory in the World Championship dates back to Malaysia 2017, on the way to his first Moto3 title.
Mir’s two consecutive podiums at MotorLand Aragón (six podiums in the last eight races) have allowed him to unseat Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) at the head of the general classification and face the final triplet with 14 points of advantage over the French . But they are not sufficient endorsement.
Maverick Viñales (Monster Energy Yamaha), third overall at 19 points, has only been on the podium once since the two second places with which he opened this course in Jerez. His triumph in Misano seemed to trigger his options with the official Yamaha against the M1 satellite of Quartararo, but at the moment of truth the one from Roses lacked the plus to take advantage of the potential offered by the Yamaha this year and become the main candidate to succeed Márquez.
The fittest man at the moment is Franco Morbidelli, although in his case with the Petronas satellite M1. Under the expert leadership of Ramón Forcada, a technical reference in the World Championship after 30 years, the Italian rider has two victories this year (Misano and Teruel) and reaches this decisive straight 25 points behind Mir, and with 3 more points than Andrea Dovizioso, runner-up in the world for the last three years.
The Italian, with many problems adapting his driving to the new Michelin, is not performing at the level of previous campaigns and that is weighing him down too much at the worst moment, just when Márquez’s loss gave him a golden opportunity to win the title and claim in his final year with Ducati.
Dovi’s best result since his victory in Austria has been his fourth place in the wet at Le Mans, a downturn that has allowed Àlex Rins to cut differences, who is now only 4 points away, closing the Top 6 at 32 points behind. I looked. The Barcelona player is on a roll after starting the season depleted by his fall in Jerez.
Suzuki promises you that there will be no team orders. "We are romantics. May the best win!" his boss Davide Brivio proclaims regarding the pulse with Joan Mir. The 45 points out of 50 possible that Rins has added in MotorLand allow him to get on the last train for the title, although with 32 points less than his partner and a total of 75 at stake.
We are facing the most contested Top 6 of a premier class championship with 3 races remaining since the points format changed in 1993. Furthermore, mathematically 14 drivers still have a chance (less realistic, not impossible) to win the crown of 2020 MotoGP. Johann Zarco, 14th overall with 64 points, is the last of those who treasures any remote option of reaching Mir’s 137.
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Until this atypical campaign, so conditioned by Covid and the loss of Marc Márquez, the highest number of riders with a chance of winning the championship had occurred in 2006, according to the official MotoGP website, with 5 riders, Nicky Hayden, Valentino Rossi, Marco Melandri, Dani Pedrosa and Loris Capirossi faced the last three races of that year with options to take the title, which would end up being for the late Hayden.
Marc Márquez will also not be able to reappear this weekend in Valencia and the hypothesis that the current MotoGP champion will not compete again for the remainder of the season is gaining more and more force.
Nov 03, 2020 at 12:58 pm CET
Laura López Albiac @LauraAlbiac
MotoGP – GP Valencia Marc Márquez
After his injury to the humerus of the right arm, which occurred in the opening race in Jerez on July 1 and forced him to undergo surgery twice after a failed attempt to reappear on the track, it seems that Márquez can close the season in ‘White’.
Deadlines are being met "two or three months" that Honda gave in August regarding the recovery of the Cervera rider and there is no news. In fact, the secrecy around Marc’s condition is worrying and even the theory of a third surgical intervention that Mundo Deportivo pointed out is not ruled out. Honda denied it at the time, but in Aragon Alberto Puig was not so forceful and limited himself to saying that "the process is slower than we all thought".
After the second surgery, when the titanium plate of the humerus broke and had to be replaced, it was already known that Marc would require a much longer recovery period, but it was not expected that the ’93’ could not return throughout the season . The pilot himself had confessed that his idea was to return to Valencia or at least participate in the final race in Portimao to see the new world circuit.
Marc Márquez’s funny reaction after his brother’s performance at the Aragón GP
Marc Márquez trains even on Sunday
Honda announced today that Álex Marquez and Stefan Bradl will be its drivers for Cheste, in a statement in which Marc is not mentioned and leaves only two races ahead (Valencia 2 and Portimao) in the hope of seeing him in action again this year.
The premier category of motorcycling continues to advance in 2020 with the dispute of the Aragon Grand Prix of MotoGP 2020. The Spanish Maverick Viñales was the fastest in the FP1 contested at the Aragon Motorland track, ahead of Franco Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo.
On at 10:08 CEST
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The Italian Valentino Rossi, who tested positive for COVID-19, will be the great absence in the Aragonese test. In addition, the organization has decided to modify the schedule of the races due to the low temperatures. Thus, the MotoGP race will start at 3:00 p.m. (CET) and you can follow it live and online on the SPORT website.
Yamaha does not want to replace Rossi
You can also enjoy the MotoGP 2020 Aragon Grand Prix through DAZN, the world’s leading streaming and VOD platform.
SCHEDULE GP ARAGÓN MOTOGP
Arbolino, another casualty due to Covid in Aragon
Viñales leads a FP1 that delayed his start
Friday October 16: 9.00 – 9.40: Moto3 FP110.25 – 11.10: MotoGP FP111.25 – 12.05: Moto2 FP113.15 – 13.55: Moto3 FP214.10 – 14.55: MotoGP FP215.10 – 15.50: Moto2 FP2 Saturday, October 17: 10.00 – 10.40: Moto3 FP310.55 – 11.40: MotoGP FP311.55 – 12.35: Moto2 FP313.15 – 13.30: Moto3 Q113.40 – 13.45: Moto3 Q214.10 – 14.40: MotoGP FP414.50 – 15.05: MotoGP Q115.15 – 15.30: MotoGP Q215.50 – 16.05: Moto2 Q116.15 – 16.30: Moto2 Q2 Sunday October 18: 10.00 – 10.20: Moto3 WUP10.30 – 10.50: Moto2 WUP11.00 – 11.20: MotoGP WUP12.00: Moto3 race (19 laps) 13.20: Moto2 race (21 laps) 15.00: MotoGP race (23 laps)
Raúl Fernández will start from pole in the Moto3 race of the Aragon Grand Prix this Sunday (12: 00h.). The Red Bull KTM rider from Madrid will head the starting grid for the fourth time this season (he already did so in Brno, Austria and Misano), after also dominating free practice at MotorLand and becoming the benchmark in the small class.