The Yamaha-Ducati duel will be learn within the numbers (mid-season) - GP Inside - Motor Informed
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The Yamaha-Ducati duel will be learn within the numbers (mid-season) – GP Inside


The 2021 MotoGP season is popping right into a conflict between Yamaha (particularly Fabio Quartararo) and Ducati. The 2 manufacturers monopolize the rankings at mid-season. It’s apparent from studying the post-Assen statistics, which we proposed to you for the pilots and which we transformed into producers.

Victories (9)
– Yamaha 5 (Fabio Quartararo four, Maverick Viñales 1)
– Ducati 2 (Jack Miller 2)
– KTM 1 (Miguel Oliveira 1)
– Honda 1 (Marc Marquez 1)
– Suzuki zero
– Aprilia zero

Podiums (27)
– Ducati 11 (Johann Zarco four, Francesco Bagnaia three, Jack Miller three, Jorge Martin 1)
– Yamaha 9 (Fabio Quartararo 6, Maverick Viñales 2, Franco Morbidelli 1)
– KTM three (Miguel Oliveira three)
– Suzuki three (Joan Mir three)
– Honda 1 (Marc Marquez 1)
– Aprilia zero

Greatest laps (9)
– Yamaha four (Fabio Quartararo three, Maverick Viñales 1)
– Ducati three (Johann Zarco 2, Francesco Bagnaia 1)
– KTM 1 (Miguel Oliveira 1)
– Suzuki 1 (Alex Rins 1)
– Honda zero
– Aprilia zero

Poles (9)
– Yamaha 6 (Fabio Quartararo 5, Maverick Viñales 1)
– Ducati three (Johann Zarco 1, Francesco Bagnaia 1, Jorge Martin 1)
– KTM zero
– Suzuki zero
– Honda zero
– Aprilia zero

First strains (27)
– Yamaha 13 (Fabio Quartararo eight, Maverick Viñales four, Franco Morbidelli 1)
– Ducati 12 (Johann Zarco 5, Francesco Bagnaia three, Jack Miller three, Jorge Martin 1)
– Suzuki 1 (Alex Rins 1)
– Aprilia 1 (Aleix Espargaro 1)
– KTM zero
– Honda zero

Lathes led (224)
– Yamaha 92 (Fabio Quartararo 82, Maverick Viñales 10)
– Ducati 73 (Jack Miller 32, Francesco Bagnaia 19, Jorge Martin 18, Johann Zarco four
– Honda 33 (Marc Marquez 33)
– KTM 21 (Miguel Oliveira 21)
– Suzuki 5 (Alex Rins 5)
– Aprilia zero

Falls through the race
– KTM 11 (Iker Lecuona four, Danilo Petrucci three, Miguel Oliveira 2, Brad Binder 2)
– Honda 11 (Marc Marquez four, Alex Marquez four, Takaaki Nakagami 2, Pol Espargaro 1)
– Ducati 6 (Jack Miller 2, Enea Bastianini 2, Johann Zarco 1, Francesco Bagnaia 1)
– Suzuki 6 (Alex Rins 5, Joan Mir 1)
– Yamaha four (Valentino Rossi three, Franco Morbidelli 1)
– Aprilia 2 (Aleix Espargaro 1, Lorenzo Savadori 1)

Championship – Groups:
1. Monster Power Yamaha MotoGP – 251 pts
2. Ducati Lenovo Crew – 209 (-42)
three. Pramac Racing – 149 (-102)
four. Pink Bull KTM Manufacturing facility Racing – 145 (-106)
5. Crew SUZUKI ECSTAR – 134 (-117)
6. Repsol Honda Crew – 98 (-153)
7. LCR Honda – 68 (-183)
eight. Aprilia Racing Crew Gresini – 65 (-186)
9. Petronas Yamaha SRT – 57 (-194)
10. Esponsorama Racing – 41 (-210)
11. Tech3 KTM Manufacturing facility Racing – 39 (-212)

Championship – Producers:
1. Yamaha – 184 pts
2. Ducati – 167 (-17)
three. KTM – 114 (-70)
four. Suzuki – 105 (-79)
5. Honda – 86 (-98)
6. Aprilia – 62 (-122)

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