Masia doubles up for Honda’s 800th Grand Prix win

As is always the case in the lightweight class, the leading positions were ever-changing. Down the back straight it was slipstream city as Fernandez slipped from P1 to P3, but on two consecutive laps the Spaniard bit straight back at Turn 1. Fernandez, Arenas, Vietti and Gabriel Rodrigo (Kömmerling Gresini Moto3) all took turns leading on the opening handful of laps, with Fernandez on Lap 5 getting a bit beaten up heading into Turn 1 – the Aragon GP podium man was shuffled down to P10. Arenas then took to lead on Lap 6 as Darryn Binder (CIP Green Power) did his usual Sunday morning routine of fighting his way through the pack, the South African was up to P2.

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