Spaniard Jaume Masia won the Moto3 Grand Prix of Aragon this Sunday, his compatriot Albert Arenas, 7th in the race, increasing his lead in the world championship. Masia (Honda) edged South African Darryn Binder (KTM) and Spaniard Raul Fernandez (KTM), who started from pole position and climbed for the first time on a Moto3 podium. Masia, whose 2nd victory in Moto3, now occupies 6th place in the provisional classification of the World Championship. Masia gave Honda its 100th victory in a motorcycle Grand Prix in all categories, the first going back to 1961. Albert Arenas now has 13 points ahead of the Japanese Ai Ogura who could not do better than 14th on Sunday, and 18 on the Italian Celestino Vietti, 9th in Aragon.