MotoGP: World Championship Race Results From Misano (Updated) (2022)

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WHAT A RACE! Bagnaia & Bastianini duel to the flag at Misano

A preview of 2023? Just 0.034 splits Bagnaia and Bastianini after a true duel to remember on the Riviera di Rimini, with ‘Pecco’ coming out on top to become the first Ducati rider to win four in a row

MotoGP: World Championship Race Results From Misano (Updated) (1)

Sunday, 04 September 2022

The 2022 Gran Premio Gryfyn di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini will be remembered for an epic duel between Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) and Enea Bastianini (Gresini Racing MotoGP™). The two Italians went head-to-head in the closing stages and were eventually split by just 0.034s on the line as Bagnaia becomes the first Ducati rider to win four races in a row,a phenomenal accolade and one that takes him to second in the Championship, 30 points back on Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) . Maverick Viñales (Aprilia Racing) kept the Ducati duo honest for much of the race before losing touch in the latter stages, coming home third for another Aprilia podium.

From pole, Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team) got away fantastically well and so did teammate Francesco Bagnaia as the Italian pounced straight up to third from P5 on the grid. Behind there was drama, however, with Johann Zarco (Prima Pramac Racing), Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda Team) and Michele Pirro (Aruba.it Racing) crashingout of contention at Turn 1, riders ok.

It soon became an even more dramatic race of attrition, however, as a couple of early frontrunners then crashed on Lap 2 – including race leader Miller. The Australian slipped out at Turn 4 and a few corners later at Turn 10, Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) was on the floor. Both riders were unhurt, and both remounted. New race leader Bastianini then had a hairy moment at Turn 14 as the hottest weather of the weekend was seeminglymaking life tricky for the premier class.

On Lap 3, Bagnaia led for the first time and quickly following him through on Bastianini was Viñales. Further back, the top two in the World Championship at the time – Quartararoand Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) – were locked together in P5 and P6. They were 0.8s off the leading quartet that consisted of Bagnaia, Viñales, Bastianini and Luca Marini (Mooney VR46 Racing Team).

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After passing Aleix Espargaro, Quartararo set the fastest lap of the race on Lap 7 of 27 and immediately started hunting down the leaders, however. The Frenchman gapped the Aprilia by 0.7s but it was then the Noale factory riderwho set the fastest lap of the race on Lap 9, with the top six – down to the number 41 – split by 2.2s. However, a poor lap from Espargaro on Lap 12 saw the Spaniard slip to three seconds off the lead and 1.6s away from Quartararo.

As we clocked through half-race distance, the top four remained locked together. Bagnaia led from Viñales, Bastianini and Marini, with Quartararo 0.7s away from the intense victory fight. Then, on Lap 16 of 27, Bastianini was wide at Turn 10 to allow Marini an easy pass up the inside. The Beast was straight back past though on the run into the rapid Turn 11 right-hander though, and in good time as Bagnaia and Viñales started to turn up the wick. Meanwhile, Quartararo was losing ground in P5 and Espargaro was now two seconds in arrears of the Yamaha rider.

After that mistake, Bastianini bounced back with a 1:31.895 to reel in Bagnaia and Viñales. Was that famous late race pace starting to surface? With eight to go, after a couple of scruffy corners from Viñales, Bastianini carved his way up to P2 at Turn 1. The gap to Pecco was 0.6s. Then it was 0.4s. Then it was 0.2s. By six laps to go, Bagnaia had been caught by Bastianini but the latter had received a track limits warning, adding to one each for Viñales and Quartararo. Viñales, on his part, was also starting to lose touch and it looked like it was Ducati vs Ducati, Italy vs Italy, 2023 factory Ducati rider vs 2023 factory Ducati rider for the win.

With four to go, the tension was mounting. With three to go it was still advantage Bagnaia, but Bastianini was marginally faster. Two to go, it was as you were. Bastianini swarming, Bagnaia holding strong. And it all came down to the last lap.

Searching for a passing manoeuvre, Bastianini was late on the brakes at Turn 4 and he was out of shape, narrowly avoiding contact and disaster between the two. Was that race over for the Beast? Not yet. He regrouped quicklyand by the time Turn 10 came around, the gap was back to nothing. No pass came into Turn 14 and neither into the final corner as the crowd watched on tenterhooks,but Bastianini hooked his GP21 up on the exit and threatened to snatch victoryat the chequered flag. As close as is almost visible, Bagnaia just held on to win by 0.034s – a stunningly close finish between two phenomenal riders.

Viñales eventually finished 4.2s away from victory after looking incredibly strong for much of the race, with Marini holding into P4 to equal his best MotoGP™ result – that’s back-to-back P4s for the Italian. Quartararo was unable to challenge for the podium places as a P8 in qualifying proved costly, with fifththe best he could do in Misano. El Diablo’s gap is cut to 30 points in the overall standings, however it’s now Pecco acting as his closest challenger after Aleix Espargaro finished P6 in Misano – 4.4s away from Quartararo.

Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) was a lonely finisher in P7 as Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) clawed his way up to P8, the South African leading Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac Racing) and Alex Marquez (LCR Honda Castrol) home in the top 10.

Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) took P11 after a Long Lap for track limits,ahead of the retiring home hero, Andrea Dovizioso (WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ Team). The Italian bows out of MotoGP™ with a P12 finish after a wonderful career, as everyone comes together to say #GrazieDovi – he will be sorely missed in the paddock. Raul Fernandez (Tech3 KTM Factory Racing), Stefan Bradl (Repsol Honda Team) and Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Idemitsu) rounded out the points, and Kazuki Watanabe (Team Suzuki Ecstar) qualified, finished and crossed the line third in order but a lap down, doing a solid job of getting out of the way of the leaders. A post-race time penalty for track limits – five offences accrued before he was lapped – saw him join Oliveria and Remy Gardner (Tech3 KTM Factory Racing) falling foul of the green.

And so Misano paints another glorious finish.Four wins in a row; the first Ducati rider to ever do that in MotoGP™. Bagnaia has closed the gap to 30 points to Quartararo with six races to go, as the top three in the Championship are covered by 32 points heading to Aragon – a track Pecco won at last season. Do NOT miss the next showdown at MotorLand in two weeks… Ducati even have a first match point in the fight for the Constructors’ crown.

MotoGP™ PODIUM

1Francesco Bagnaia(Ducati Lenovo Team)– Ducati –40’10.260

2Enea Bastianini(Gresini Racing MotoGP™)– Ducati –+0.034

3Maverick Viñales(Aprilia Racing)– Aprilia – +4.212

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Francesco Bagnaia: “I’m very happy. A great race because I struggled at the start because the grip was not so high, so I was struggling a bit to find some grip, some traction. But then, I started to feel that the fuel was going down a bit and my feeling with the tyres was even better and better, lap by lap. So, in the last laps, I was trying to push, to open a gap, but Enea was too fast. And nothing, I’m very happy to win today. It wasn’t the best start from P5 but we did it, so I’m very happy.”

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#GrazieDovi: AD04 bows out in style

The second most starts ever, podiums on three bikes, wins on two… and a huge heap of memories from one of the biggest protagonists of the last decade of MotoGP™. The story began at Misano as a 125cc wildcard and it ends at the track with some more premier class points.

We really mean it: GRAZIE DOVI!

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Lopez lights up Misano for stunning first win

The rookie converts threatening pace into a stunning first race win as Vietti crashes, Canet gains, and Fernandez just edges back ahead of Ogura

Alonso Lopez is now a Grand Prix winner! The rookie tookvictory in the Moto2™ race at the Gran Premio Gryfyn di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, leading from lights to flag to take to the top step in style. After losing his Moto3™ ride and moving through the European Moto2™, it was an emotional first win and the first non-Kalex win since 2019. Just over a second behind, Aron Canet (Flexbox HP 40) came home second to get back on the podium and move into third overall, with Augusto Fernandez (Red Bull KTM Ajo) taking third and with it the points lead. The big drama saw Celestino Vietti (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) crash out, and with it the Italian cedes a place in the Championship top three…
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Lopez launched well enough from third on the grid and while he went deep into Turn 1, he emerged with the lead, ahead of Albert Arenas (Inde GASGAS Aspar Team) and pole-sitter Vietti. Despite attacks from behind, that was where Vietti finished the standing lap, ahead of Canet, Ai Ogura (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia), Fermin Aldeguer (+Ego Speed Up), and Fernandez.

Fernandez put a move on Aldeguer through the quick Turn 15 on Lap 2 and set about trying to catch the top fivebefore Canet passed Vietti at his second attempt and was into third on Lap 6. He soon got ahead of Arenas too, but only briefly, and their battle allowed Lopez to skip several tenths of a second clear. It was soon a full second, as Vietti re-passed Canet at Tramonto on Lap 8 and then Canet returned the favour at Rio on Lap 9.

Suddenly though, it was over for Vietti asthe Italian lost the front and crashed out of fourth position just a lap later at the Rio corner. That meant Fernandez’s overtake on Ogura at Rio on Lap 11 was for fourthand the live World Championship lead.

Up at the front though, Lopez was putting the hammer down and setting a new personal best as he moved his advantage over then second-placed Arenas to 1.2 seconds. Canet then forced his way past Arenas through Turn 5 on Lap 14, but the man up the road on the Boscoscuro chassis continued to extend his lead.

Despite one lap with a coupleof small errors, by 20 laps down and five to go, Lopez’ margin over Canet was back to almost 1.6 seconds, with Arenas third from Fernandez and a distant Ogura next up. Fernandez took a couple of attempts on Arenas to get past, but get past he did soon after.

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Meanwhile, Lopez remained unstoppable and gives the Boscoscuro chassis its first win since a certain Fabio Quartararo prevailed at Catalunya in 2018, breaking 46-race streak for Kalex. Behind Canet, Fernandez finished strongly in third and with it takes the lead as Ogura . Arenas got home just over a second further back in fourth, from Ogura, Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo), Tony Arbolino (Elf Marc VDS Racing Team), Somkiat Chantra (Idemitsu Honda Team Asia), Joe Roberts (Italtrans Racing Team), and Jeremy Alcoba (Liqui Moly Intact GP) in 10th.

Of 31 starters, only 17 finished, with the rest of the points scorers in the top 15 being Marcel Schrötter (Liqui Moly Intact GP) from Bo Bendsneyder (Pertamina Mandalika SAG Team), Barry Baltus (RW Racing GP), Cameron Beaubier (American Racing), and Alessandro Zaccone (Gresini Racing Moto2™). Vietti pitted after his crash then, possibly in a bid to capitalise on all of the other falls, went back out but would eventually relent. Another notable DNF was Jake Dixon (Inde GASGAS Aspar Team), who highsided at the second corner of the race, and teammate for the weekend Mattia Pasini crashed out too, as did Fermin Aldeguer (+Ego Speed Up).

That’s a wrap on Misano. A new GP winner and a new – or at least, returning – Championship leader now head for MotorLand, so tune in for more in two weeks!

Moto2™ PODIUM

1Alonso Lopez(+Ego Speed Up)– Boscoscuro –40’35.332

2Aron Canet(Flexbox HP40)– Kalex –+1.253

3Augusto Fernandez(Red Bull KTM Ajo)– Kalex –+3.305

Alonso Lopez: “It was incredible, I don’t have any words, because I am really, really happy. I didn’t expect it. I think that the bike was incredible, I am really happy for Luca because he is a fighter, and very happy for everyone who supports me. I don’t know, I don’t have words, sorry. Thank you for the team, and all the sponsors who support me, my family, my friends, everyone.”

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Foggia makes Moto3™history at Misano

The Italian comes home ahead of Masia, with Guevara third and taking the points lead as Garcia crashes out

Dennis Foggia (Leopard Racing) put in another stunner at Misano, the Italian taking his third win at the track and becoming the first Moto3™ rider to achieve the feat at one venue. Just beatingJaume Masia (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Izan Guevara (Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team) to the flag, Foggia and his fellow podium finishes made some big gains at the Gran Premio Gryfyn di San Marino a della Riviera di Riminias former points leader Sergio Garcia (Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team) crashed out.

Deniz Öncü (Red Bull KTM Tech3) took the early lead from pole, but it remained a freight train in the first couple of laps. There was early drama for Austria winner Ayumu Sasaki (Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max) as he got caught out on Lap 1, Andrea Migno (Rivacold Snipers Team) was the next key faller,and then even more drama hit as former Championship leader Sergio Garcia (Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team) slid off. The number 11 gave teammate and closest challenger Guevara a huge chance to capitalise as the number 28 was already up into thelead, withGarcia rejoiningbut well down the order.

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As the laps ticked down, four contenders emerged. Guevara was leading from Foggia, with Daniel Holgado (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Masia on the chase. Then there was a gap back to another group headed by former Misano winner Tatsuki Suzuki (Leopard Racing) and Öncü, with ninth place marking the beginning of another freight train.

By eight laps to go, it was a sextet at the front with Foggia leading. Guevara was next with Masia and Holgado on his tail, and Suzuki and Öncü had cut the gap right down to battle it out for the podium. A lap later, the fuse was suddenly lit. Guevara attacked Foggia at la Quercia, and Masia slotted straight past both in s stylish two-for-one. Foggia hit back before Guevara followed him through, but it was now game on and Holgado and Suzuki started to get dropped from the group.

Guevara tried one move to take over and got shuffled back to fourth, with he and Öncüthen hustling to find a way past on the penultimate lap. But they couldn’t and Foggia led Masia led Öncü led Guevara onto the final lap.

Öncü went for an absolute divebomb on Masiaand seemed tempted to try and take Foggia too, but the Turk slotted back into second as his KTM bucked under him. Masia and Guevara pounced, and Foggia had just enough breathing space at the front after the shuffle. Could he hold on? He could. The Italian becomes the first Moto3™ rider to win three times at the same venue, and both he and Masia, who came home second, gain some big points in the standings.

Guevara, however, takes over at the top. Holding onto third means he takes the Championship lead from Garcia, now 11 points clear as we head onto a track at which he’s enjoyed some serious glory in the junior ranks…

Öncü will likely be frustrated with a fourth but rode through the pain barrier of his shoulder he hurt in training, and nearly pulled off the move of the race. Holgado was eventually fifth and just stayed ahead of Suzuki, ahead of another bigger group.

Diogo Moreira (MT Helmets – MSI) was at the head of that in P7, ahead ofIvan Ortola (Angeluss MTA Team),John McPhee (Sterilgarda Husqvarna Max),Stefano Nepa (Angeluss MTA Team),Riccardo Rossi (SIC58 Squadra Corse), David Muñoz (BOE Motorsports) andRyusei Yamanaka (MT Helmets – MSI). Joel Kelso (CIP Green Power) had a lonelier ride to P14, with Elia Bartolini (QJMotor Avintia Racing Team) taking the final point on home turf.

That’s it from Misano and another twist in the tale. Tune in for Aragon in two weeks’ time to see the lightweight class take on MotorLand as a crucial part of the Championship gets in gear!

Moto3™ PODIUM

1Dennis Foggia(Leopard Racing)– Honda –39’21.864

2Jaume Masia(Red Bull KTM Ajo)– KTM –+0.289

3Izan Guevara(Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team)– GASGAS –+0.334

Dennis Foggia:“It was incredible, man. Especially the last five laps, my tyre was completely done, but I’m really, really happy. To win again here in my home, third time in a row here, I’m really, really happy, so I would like to thank all my team, all my family that are here for me!”

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FAQs

Who won the MotoGP at Misano today? ›

San Marino GP - Race results:
ClaRiderTime
1Francesco Bagnaia
2Enea Bastianini0.034
3Maverick Viñales4.212
4Luca Marini5.283
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4 Sept 2022

Who won MotoGP today 2022? ›

Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia has put one hand on the 2022 MotoGP title with victory in a tense Malaysian Grand Prix, but Fabio Quartararo finished third to keep his hopes alive.

Who got pole position in MotoGP? ›

Marc Marquez scored his first MotoGP pole position in three years after topping a wet Japanese Grand Prix qualifying, as the title challengers struggled.

Who has the most MotoGP race wins? ›

Giacomo Agostini holds the record for the most Grand Prix victories, having won 122 times. Valentino Rossi is second with 115 wins, and Ángel Nieto is third with 90 wins. Rossi holds the distinction of having the longest time between his first win and his last.

Who is the fastest MotoGP rider of all time? ›

What is the official outright MotoGP™ speed record?
  • 1. – Jorge Martín - Race, Mugello 2022 – 363.6 km/h. ...
  • 2.* - Brad Binder - FP3, Mugello 2021 - 362.4 km/h. 4. - ...
  • 4.* - Enea Bastianini - Q2, Mugello 2022 - 360.0 km/h. 6. - ...
  • 6.* - Darryn Binder - Race, Mugello 2022 - 358.8 km/h.
29 May 2022

Why are Suzuki leaving MotoGP? ›

“Suzuki has decided to end the participation of MotoGP and EWC in the face of the need to re-allocate resources on other initiatives for sustainability,” said Toshihiro Suzuki, representative director and president of Suzuki.

Who is the No 1 MotoGP player? ›

By rider
RankRiderMotoGP/500cc
1Giacomo Agostini8
2Ángel Nieto0
3Valentino Rossi7
4Mike Hailwood4
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Who is the goat of MotoGP? ›

Valentino Rossi is the greatest MotoGP driver of all time

Valentino Rossi has been voted the MotoGP GOAT. This means that he is the greatest MotoGP GOAT of all time. The Italian Motorsport champion has nine titles, seven of which were in the top-level premiership.

What happened to Marc Marquez MotoGP 2022? ›

Marc Marquez says when he feels ready to return to racing in MotoGP in 2022 it will not be to do “one race and then stay at home”. The six-time MotoGP world champion will return to riding for the first time in three months since his fourth major arm operation on Tuesday at the post-San Marino Grand Prix test.

Who is the best rider in MotoGP history? ›

#1 Valentino Rossi

Valentino Rossi, an Italian professional motorcycle road racer, is a multiple time MotoGP world champion. He holds the distinction of being the only racer in the history of the championships to have won it in four different classes: 125cc, 250cc,500 and MotoGP.

Who is the best MotoGP rider now? ›

Drivers
PosRiderPoints
1Francesco Bagnaia258
2Fabio Quartararo235
3Aleix Espargaro212
4Enea Bastianini211
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Who started the leg dangle in MotoGP? ›

It all started in 2005, when Valentino Rossi and Sete Gibernau were battling for the race win during the Jerez round of the MotoGP championship. Entering the final corner on the last lap, Rossi dove to the inside of Gibernau and stuck his foot out briefly before the two made contact.

Who is better Rossi or Marquez? ›

Around one lap, no one does it better than the Ant of Cervera, Marc Marquez. The Spaniard has taken pole position in 62 of his 142 races in 500cc racing.
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Marc Marquez – 62.
PositionRiderNumber of wins
1Marc Marquez62
2Mick Doohan58
3Valentino Rossi55
4Jorge Lorenzo43
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3 Dec 2021

Has anyone won a MotoGP title without winning a race? ›

Emilio Alzamora Escardibul (born May 22, 1973 in Lleida, Spain) is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He was the 1999 F.I.M. 125cc world champion. He is the second rider to win a Grand Prix motorcycle world championship without having won a race.

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Both riders have arguably had the two most dominant stretches of success the premier class has ever seen, and after witnessing the two greats battle it out for several years - Marquez did most of the winning during that time - it's no surprise that the two remain the sport's biggest icons, even with Rossi having ...

Which is faster F1 or MotoGP? ›

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Who is the youngest person to win MotoGP? ›

It's none other than Repsol Honda MotoGP rider Marc Marquez

The 20 year old rider needed to finish 4th in order to win the championship. ​​Being 20 years and 266 days old, the Honda rider beat the previous record set by American Freddie Spencer who won the 500cc title in 1983 when he was 21 years, 258 days old.

Why did Kawasaki stop MotoGP? ›

"As the world economy is not likely to recover in a short period due to the major impact of the financial crisis, Kawasaki decided to suspend its MotoGP racing activities from 2009 season onward and reallocate management resources more efficiently.

Why is BMW not in MotoGP? ›

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Why did Rossi fall out with Honda? ›

The relationship between Rossi and Honda soured in 2003 as he felt his contribution to HRC's success was not being given enough credit, with the Italian signing for Yamaha for 2004.

Who is the best rider in the world 2022? ›

Ranking 2022
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Who is the best MotoGP rider 2022? ›

MotoGP Rider Standings
RiderTeam
1Francesco BagnaiaDucati Lenovo Team
2Fabio QuartararoMonster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™
3Aleix EspargaroAprilia Racing
4Enea BastianiniGresini Racing MotoGP™
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Are Rossi and Marquez friends? ›

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Top crashers (all classes)

Iker Lecuona (Tech3 KTM Factory Racing) topped the table with 26 crashes, with eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) second on 22 despite missing four races.

Why is Rossi called the DR? ›

It has been around since Rossi dominated the 500cc category, at a time when he had ironed out the often erratic riding style of his youth and become the world-class rider we know today. Rossi was at one point given an honorary degree, which in Italy entitles you to be able to use the title Doctor for yourself.

Who will replace Marc Marquez 2022? ›

This is the third time that Bradl will race in 2022, having taken 19th in Argentina and suffering a DNF in Jerez while running as a wildcard. As with many circuits on the calendar, Bradl has a strong and consistent point-scoring history at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

Will Marc Marquez race again? ›

Marc Marquez says when he feels ready to return to racing in MotoGP in 2022 it will not be to do “one race and then stay at home”. The six-time MotoGP world champion will return to riding for the first time in three months since his fourth major arm operation on Tuesday at the post-San Marino Grand Prix test.

Can Marc Marquez come back? ›

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Why does Rossi put his leg out? ›

There are mainly three reasons why MotoGP riders put their leg out during a braking section: to increase air resistance, to make it easier to enter a corner, and to prevent an inside overtake by a rival. A fairly new riding technique, introduced by Valentino Rossi, that everyone is now adopting.

Why do MotoGP riders stick their knee out? ›

Dangling your leg into this high-speed airstream results in a significant force on the rider's leg as it acts like a small parachute, creating a turning moment by pulling the riders leg around his core. This in turn encourages a pull on the outside handlebar, further helping to turn the bike through counter-steering.

Who is Rossi biggest rival? ›

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  • 8/8 Casey Stoner.
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  • 6/8 Jorge Lorenzo.
  • 5/8 Sete Gibernau.
  • 4/8 Max Biaggi.
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  • 2/8 Dani Pedrosa.
  • 1/8 Loris Capirossi.
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Marc Marquez Net Worth, MotoGP Salary, Endorsements, Girlfriend and more
NameMarc Marquez
NationalitySpanish
OccupationMotoGP Rider
Net Worth$35 million
Salary$16 million per year
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They might be only a couple of seconds faster per lap, but it all adds up in a full race distance. A couple of seconds times 20 laps, and the MotoGP is ahead by 40 seconds. And 40 seconds is a very, VERY big gap when it comes to racing.

Is Marquez the best ever? ›

Despite still only being 28 years old, Marc Marquez is widely considered to be one of the greatest motorcycle racers of all time. The statistics certainly back that up with eight world titles, 82 wins and 134 podiums to his name, those last two figures being the fourth and sixth highest, respectively, of all time.

Why did Maverick Vinales not race today? ›

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Did Romain Grosjean win? ›

Grosjean sustained minor burns and credited the halo with saving his life. After the 2020 Formula One season, Grosjean moved to the IndyCar Series. He obtained his first pole position and podium in his third race, the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
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Romain Grosjean
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums10
Career points391
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Who Won San Marino Grand Prix? ›

Ducati's Bagnaia finished 0.034 seconds ahead of Gresini Racing rider Bastianini as he celebrated a thrilling victory after starting fifth on the grid. He became the first Ducati rider to win four consecutive MotoGP races, having also triumphed in the Austrian, British and Dutch grands prix.

Why did Yamaha withdraw Maverick Vinales from the Austriangp? ›

Due to the unexplained irregular operation of the motorcycle in the Styria race, Viñales won't be riding at the Red Bull Ring. Yamaha regrets to announce that Maverick Viñales' entry to this weekend's Austrian MotoGP™ event has been withdrawn by the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team.

What did Vinales say about Yamaha? ›

Maverick Vinales has admitted to The Race in an exclusive interview that he believes that the factory Monster Energy Yamaha team wasn't the right challenge for him, and that his dramatic mid-season move out of the team and into Aprilia was the correct decision to make not just for his career but for his happiness.

Why was Vinales suspended from MotoGP? ›

After catching and passing some riders in the opening exchanges, Viñales was then handed a Long Lap Penalty for exceeding track limits. After the Long Lap Penalty had been served with 15 laps to go, Viñales wasn't able to recover the positions he had gained prior to the penalty.

Who will replace Maverick Vinales at Yamaha? ›

It is thought Morbidelli will replace Vinales for the rest of 2021 when he is fit and will take his place full-time in 2022, while Crutchlow admitted he knew how long he would be racing for this season – but refused to elaborate.

Is Michael Schumacher alive? ›

In December 2013, Schumacher suffered a severe brain injury in a skiing accident. He was placed in a medically induced coma until June 2014.
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Michael Schumacher
Schumacher in 2005
Born3 January 1969 Hürth, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany
SpouseCorinna Betsch ​ ( m. 1995)​
Children2, including Mick
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How is Grosjean now? ›

The former Formula One pilot has found a new home in the USA and with IndyCar. After a strong rookie season in 2021, he's looking forward to making even more noise in his second IndyCar season -- and first with Andretti Autosport -- in 2022. It's been 11 years since Romain Grosjean last won a professional auto race.

Why is Grosjean not in F1? ›

With Grosjean's F1 career cut short at the end of 2020 after he suffered a horrific crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Mercedes offered Grosjean a test of one of their cars during the 2021 season. This was in light of Haas not having the resources to give their former driver such a send-off.

What is San Marino's biggest loss? ›

San Marino's biggest ever defeat came at the hands of the Germans in the second game of the Euro 2008 qualifiers. Joachim Low had just taken charge of the German national team and won his first competitive games when Lukas Podolski scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Ireland.

When did San Marino last not lose? ›

San Marino has lost all but 9 of the almost 200 matches they have played. The nation's only victory so far has come against Liechtenstein in a friendly match on 28 April 2004, with a score of 1–0, and they have drawn eight matches.

What is San Marino's biggest win? ›

Since making their competitive debut, San Marino have competed in the qualifiers of every European Championship and World Cup, but have never won a match in either competition. They have only ever won once, defeating Liechtenstein 1–0 in a friendly match on 28 April 2004.

Did Yamaha fire Vinales? ›

Viñales back to face his demons

Returning to the place where he was fired by Yamaha one year ago, if Viñales can break his duck and win for the first time on the Aprilia, it will certainly be a story for the ages.

Who did Vinales replace a Aprilia? ›

Aprilia has now confirmed Vinales' appointment on a one-year deal with an option to renew, with the nine-time MotoGP race winner replacing rookie Lorenzo Savadori next year.

Who will Maverick Vinales ride for in 2022? ›

Maverick Viñales will be an Aprilia MotoGP rider next season following his early release from Yamaha.

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