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2012 MotoGP - Aragon Photo Gallery
Ben Spies was fastest during Friday's wet weather practice session at Aragon.
Check out photos from Round 14 of the 2012 MotoGP season at Aragon in the 2012 MotoGP Aragon photo gallery.
Dani Pedrosa riding at Aragon during Friday's afternoon practice session.
Jorge Lorenzo was third-fastest in practice at Aragon on Friday.
Ducati's Nicky Hayden took fourth in practice.
Jorge Lorenzo took pole position at Aragon.
Dani Pedrosa took second in qualifying at Aragon after crashing early in the session.
Cal Crutchlow held the lead pace for much of the qualifying session at Aragon, but lost pole in the final minutes.
Replacement rider Jonathan Rea heads up the third row at Aragon.
MotoGP Aragon podium with Dani Pedrosa (center) in first, Jorge Lorenzo (left) in second and Andrea Dovizioso (right) in third.
Jorge Lorenzo (99) took the early lead at Aragon, but Dani Pedrosa pushed mid-race and took the win.
Though Ben Spies (11) held third-place early on, Andrea Dovizioso (4)eventually finished on the final step of the podium.
Dani Pedrosa celebrating his win at Aragon.
Jonathan Rea was happy to take seventh in the second MotoGP race of his career.
Jonathan Rea spent much of his short time aboard Casey Stoner's RC213V working to find the best way to utilize the GP bike's sophisticated electronics.
Jorge Lorenzo was happy to finish in second and protect his points lead over Dani Pedrosa.
Dani Pedrosa leading Jorge Lorenzo on the way to his fourth MotoGP win of the season.
Monster Yamaha Tech 3 duo Andrea Dovizioso (4) and Cal Crutchlow (35) traded positions a number of times in the battle for third at Aragon.
Cal Crutchlow (35) was unable to keep ahead of his teammate Dovizioso (4) and finished in fourth.
Valentino Rossi fell early in the contest at Aragon and had to battle from the back of the pack.
When Valentino Rossi remounted, he was in last place. Here is The Doctor moving past CRT rider Colin Edwards.
Nicky Hayden (69) had a nasty crash early in the race at Aragon.
Ben Spies took fifth at Aragon.
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