MotoGP 2014: Championship standings after Aragon

Little change in the Championship standings despite crashes

DESPITE crashing and finishing out of the top ten, Marc Marquez still remains at the top of the Championship standings with 292 points. 

Dani Pedrosa is marginally in second with 217-points, but Italian Valentino Rossi is only 3-points behind although he crashed out of the race at Aragon. 

Aleix Espargaro's rostrum finish has bumped him up to sixth ahead of his younger brother Pol Espargaro. Aleix is now only 30-point behind Andrea Dovizioso who crashed out of the Aragon MotoGP.

Finishing third at Aragon, Cal Crutchlow has moved up from 13th to 12th with 63-points, 10-points behind GO&FUN's Alvaro Bautista. 

1.Marc MarquezHonda292
2.Dani PedrosaHonda217
3.Valentino RossiYamaha214
4.Jorge LorenzoYamaha202
5.Andrea DoviziosoDucati142
6.Aleix EspargaroForward Yamaha112
7.Pol EspargaroYamaha108
8.Andrea IannoneDucati92
9.Stefan BradlHonda87
10.Bradley SmithYamaha85
11.Alvaro BautistaHonda73
12.Cal CrutchlowDucati63
13.Scott ReddingHonda60
14.Hiroshi AoyamaHonda51
15.Yonny Hernandez


16.Nicky HaydenHonda36
17.Karel AbrahamHonda33
18.Colin EdwardsForward Racing11
19.Michele PirroDucati11
20.Danilo PetrucciART9
21.Broc ParkesPBM7
22.Alex de AngelisForward Yamaha7
23.Mike Di MeglioAvintia4
24.Michael LavertyPBM2
25.Hector BarberaAvintia 2
26.Leon CamierHonda1

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