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Sport MotoGP Turf Statistics 2021: Marc Marquez P2 despite four missed races

16:30  28 november  2021
16:30  28 november  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Dieses Bild gab es in der MotoGP-Saison 2021 selbst an nur 14 Wochenenden 22 Mal © Dorna Sports This picture was in the MotoGP season 2021 even 14 weekends 22 times

after completing a MotoGP season again and again interesting: the view The fall statistics.

Which driver is the one who is most frequently overwhelmed over the season? Which one is the one who is rarest? At which race weekend were the most falls? And what about the whole thing in the classes Moto2 and Moto3?

in all three classes of motorcycle World Cup stood 18 race weekends this year on the program. In the premier class MotoGP went on all sessions (free trainings, qualifying, warm-ups and races) cost Iker Lecuona most commonly to the ground. The Tech-3-KTM pilot crashed 26 times to be the MotoGP fall king 2021.

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on the second place of the list is one that has not covered the complete season: Marc Marquez . The Honda Werkspilot, who was no hundred percentage of the season 2021 due to his heavy arm injury from 2020, crashed twice, 22 times. And that, though Marquez four race weekends even completely have to leave: Losail 1, Losail 2, Portimao 2 and Valencia.

With regard to the falling rate, Marquez even leads this year's statistics with it. With its 22 falls to 14 race weekends, the eight-time motorcycle world champion brings on average 1.57 falls per MotoGP event 2021. Lecuona stands with its 26 falls on 18 race weekends at a section of 1.44.

on the third place of MotoGP fall statistics 2021 is Pol Espargaro . The teammate of Marc Marquez recorded 20 falls and thus ensures two Honda pilots in the probably unpopular top 3 ranking of the year.

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Quartararo and Bagnaia in the Turf Statistics Over

, in contrast, World Champion Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) and Vice World Champion Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) in rows of those drivers started at all race weekends 2021, most commonly sit. Both recorded seven falls. With nine plunge only twice more often than Quartararo and Bagnaia overturned Valentino Rossi in his MotoGP farewell season.

and: Two MotoGP pilots recorded Anno 2021 at all no fall: Andrea Dovizioso and CAL Crutchlow . However, these two drivers from the Yamaha camp were only to five respective four race weekends.

in the Moto2 class are the top 3 of the fall statistics 2021: Aaron Canet (Aspar-Boscoscuro) with 21 plunge, Albert Arenas (Aspar-Boscoscuro) with 19 plunge and Hector Garzo (PONS-KALEX) with 18 plunge, where Garzo did not approach all races. In the Moto3 class the top 3: Kaito Toba (CIP-KTM) with 19 falling, Tatsuki Suzuki (SIC58-Honda) with 18 falls and Andrea Migno (Snipers-Honda) with 17 fall.

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as in 2019 and 2020: Most of the falls also 2021 in Le Mans

The race weekend of the season 2021 with the most plunge was the Grand Prix of France in Le Mans with 118 falling over all three World Cup classes. The reason for this was once again the weather with low temperatures and humid or wet route.

already in the fall statistics of the season 2020 and also in the fall statistics of the season 2019 , the Grand Prix of France in Le Mans had been the race weekend with most.

MotoGP Turf Statistics 2021 after 18 race weekends

Iker Lecuona (Tech-3-KTM) - 26 Falls

Marc Marquez (Honda) - 22 * ​​

Pol Espargaro (Honda) - 20

Alex Marquez (LCR-Honda) - 19

Aleix Espargaro (Gresini-Aprilia) - 18

Enea Bastianini (Esponsorama-Ducati) - 15

Jorge Martin (Pramac-Ducati) - 14 *

Jack Miller (Ducati) - 12

Alex Rins (Suzuki) - 12 *

Takaaki Nakagami ( LCR-Honda) - 12

Miguel Oliveira (KTM) - 12

Johann Zarco (Pramac-Ducati) - 10

Danilo Petrucci (Tech-3-KTM) - 10

Lorenzo Savadori (Gresini-Aprilia) - 10 *

Brad Binder (KTM) - 9

Valentino Rossi (Petronas-Yamaha) - 9

Luca Marini (Esponsorama-Ducati) - 9

Joan me (Suzuki) - 8

Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) - 7

Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) - 7

Maverick Vinales (Yamaha / Gresini-Aprilia) - 4 *

Michele Pirro (Pramac-Ducati / Ducati) - 3 *

Franco Morbidelli (Petronas-Yamaha / Yamaha) - 2 *

Stefan Bradl (Honda) - 2 *

Tito Rabat (Pramac-Ducati) - 2 *

Jake Dixon (Petrona S-Yamaha) - 2 *

Dani Pedrosa (KTM) - 1 *

Garrett Gerloff (Petronas-Yamaha) - 1 *

Andrea Dovizioso (Petronas-Yamaha) - 0 *

CAL Crutchlow (Petronas-Yamaha / Yamaha) - 0 *

* not started at all race weekends

Suzuki “decided not to be defending champions” for 2021 MotoGP season .
Suzuki boss Shinichi Sahara says his team took the decision to come into the 2021 MotoGP season to “not be defending champions” and instead “be challengers again”.But its title defence was difficult, with Suzuki coming away from 2021 without a win and Mir only able to score six podiums across 18 races due to the GSX-RR’s lack of development compared to the 2020 bike.

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