Team Suzuki Press Office – April 10.

Alex Rins: 2nd (+ 2.058)
Joan Mir: 4th (+ 3.975)

Team Suzuki Ecstar and Suzuki Motor Corporation are celebrating in style today after Alex Rins clinched the factory’s 500th podium across classes with his second place at the Circuit of the Americas. This impressive milestone comes on the same day that the MotoGP™ series celebrates its 500th Grand Prix in the ‘Racing Together’ era (the partnership between the FIM, Dorna, the MSMA, and IRTA). Joan Mir put in another solid race; riding his way from eighth on the grid to fourth at the chequered flag.

After a clean start, at the end of the first lap, Mir and Rins were on the back of the leading riders, in seventh and eighth. The pair proceeded to set their sights high while keeping their cool as the race shook out. By Lap 6 Rins had made his way into the Top 5, simultaneously setting the fastest lap of the race.

With five laps left in the 20 lap race, Rins was in a comfortable third position with air either side of him. Meanwhile, Mir, who had impressively pushed through to fourth, was easing away from those behind and setting himself up for another respectable and consistent finish just off the podium – the same position he now holds in the Riders’ World Championship.

On the penultimate lap at the Circuit of the Americas, Rins had gained considerably on Jack Miller and a great battle between the pair ensued. Rins made the pass at Turn 11 but lost the position, and in one final determined and brave move at Turn 19 he snatched an excellent second place, which also gives him second place in the World Standings.

Rins and Mir will now head to Portugal in two weeks’ time holding second and fourth in the Riders’ Championship, first in the Teams’ Championship, and third in the Constructors’ Championship.

Alex Rins:

“I’m so happy! I didn’t actually expect to get the podium, because in the first few laps I was struggling a bit and in risk to lose ground. I had to try and push the tyres more, to brake later, to make good overtakes. When I got into third I had a couple of moments on the front, some mistakes, and I knew that finishing the race was the most important thing. Then, with just two laps to go, I felt better and my pace was good, it meant I was able to overtake Jack and get second. This result is great, and I want to dedicate this podium to Suzuki for their amazing achievements, but also to the people of Ukraine, and those around the world who are suffering.”

Joan Mir:

“I’m super happy because this is my best result in Austin, and it’s a very difficult track to ride. So, for me, to finish in fourth is a great thing. We managed to do a great race and my performance with the bike has improved race by race, thanks to my team. I started today’s race in a calm and careful way, and I was able to build and up my pace, eventually passing quite a few riders to get fourth. I’m happy and excited to go to Portugal with the improvements we’ve found, starting this European section of the season means a lot of races and pressure but we’re exactly where I hoped to be so far.”

Livio Suppo – Team Manager:

“Our riders had a great race today; both showing determination but balancing it with smooth moves and careful consideration. Both Alex and Joan had really nice pace, the GSX-RR was also working well, and this makes us feel good. I’m proud to be part of this Suzuki squad on the day the brand takes its 500th podium, it’s a special feeling. Now let’s stay grounded and keep our focus on Europe.”

Ken Kawauchi – Technical Manager:

“We are very happy with today’s result. We had a podium with Alex last week in Argentina, and we were able to repeat it here at a very different track. This was a ‘classic Suzuki race’ in the sense that we didn’t start high up but we kept our determination and fighting spirit, then both Alex and Joan got the best from themselves and their bikes. It was an excellent way to celebrate 500 podiums for Suzuki. We’ve had a consistent start to the season, and now we’ll go to the European rounds to try and keep this momentum and aim for a win.”


1 Enea BASTIANINI Gresini Racing MotoGP 41’23.111
2 Alex RINS Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 41’25.169 2.058
3 Jack MILLER Ducati Lenovo Team 41’25.423 2.312
4 Joan MIR Team SUZUKI ECSTAR 41’27.086 3.975
5 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati Lenovo Team 41’29.156 6.045
6 Marc MARQUEZ Repsol Honda Team 41’29.728 6.617
7 Fabio QUARTARARO Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 41’29.871 6.760
8 Jorge MARTIN Pramac Racing 41’31.552 8.441
9 Johann ZARCO Pramac Racing 41’35.486 12.375
10 Maverick VIÑALES Aprilia Racing 41’35.753 12.642
11 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia Racing 41’36.058 12.947
12 Brad BINDER Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 41’36.487 13.376
13 Pol ESPARGARO Repsol Honda Team 41’41.072 17.961
14 Takaaki NAKAGAMI LCR Honda IDEMITSU 41’41.881 18.770
15 Andrea DOVIZIOSO WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP 41’52.430 29.319
16 Franco MORBIDELLI Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 41’52.240 29.129
17 Luca MARINI Mooney VR46 Racing Team 41’52.741 29.630
18 Miguel OLIVEIRA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 41’55.113 32.002
19 Raul FERNANDEZ Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 42’00.173 37.062
20 Remy GARDNER Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 42’05.553 42.442
21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Gresini Racing MotoGP 42’05.998 42.887
22 Darryn BINDER WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP 43’05.282 1’42.171
Not Classified:
72 Marco BEZZECCHI Mooney VR46 Racing Team


2 Alex RINS 56
3 Aleix ESPARGARO 50
4 Joan MIR 46
6 Brad BINDER 42
7 Jack MILLER 31
8 Johann ZARCO 31
9 Miguel OLIVEIRA 28
10 Jorge MARTIN 28
12 Francesco BAGNAIA 23
13 Marc MARQUEZ 21
14 Maverick VIÑALES 19
15 Franco MORBIDELLI 15
16 Takaaki NAKAGAMI 12
17 Luca MARINI 10
18 Marco BEZZECCHI 7
19 Darryn BINDER 6
20 Alex MARQUEZ 4
21 Andrea DOVIZIOSO 2
22 Remy GARDNER 1
25 Stefan BRADL 0


In 2020 Suzuki Motor Corporation marked its 100th anniversary and 60 years in racing, the same year that Joan Mir dominated the top class and took the MotoGP crown. And now, two years later, another important moment is marked in Suzuki’s history books.

The story started on June 4th 1962 when Ernst Degner took the brand’s first podium, riding the RM62 in the 50cc class at the Isle of Man (which in those times was a World Championship round). Just three years later the Hamamatsu factory hit 100 podiums in Finland with Hugh Anderson and, fittingly, the 200th podium was taken by a Finn; Teuvo ‘Tepi’ Lansivuori in 1975. In the next decade Italy’s Marco Lucchinelli made it 300, and in 1993 it was Kevin Schwantz who secured Suzuki’s 400th podium. In between these major milestones, a number of very talented riders and champions have added to the tally; the likes of Barry Sheene, Randy Mamola, and Kenny Roberts Jnr.

Suzuki’s most successful class in terms of podiums is 500cc/ MotoGP™, 316 in total, and the rider with the most podiums for the brand is Kevin Schwantz – a brilliant 51 rostrum stops for the American. Schwantz was present in Austin to witness Alex Rins taking the 500th podium, and he was joined by other former Suzuki podium-sitters; Randy Mamola, Maverick Viñales, Franco Uncini and John Hopkins as they all toasted the success together with Team Suzuki Ecstar.

In recent years, Joan Mir and Alex Rins have been star performers for Suzuki on their GSX-RR machines, taking a total of 28 podiums between them.

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Team Suzuki Press Office – February 5.

Alex Rins: 3rd – 1’58.471 (+ 0.100)
Joan Mir: 7th – 1’59.067 (+ 0.696)
Sylvain Guintoli: 26th – 2’01.390 (+ 3.019)

A day after Team Suzuki Ecstar launched their stylish 2022 GSX-RR it was time to put it to the test at the scorching Sepang International Circuit.

With this being the first time that Joan Mir and Alex Rins had taken to the track since the last test in Jerez in November, there were plenty of new things to try, as well as fine-tuning parts already tried.

The engine received some further improvements over the winter, and early feedback from the riders on this finalised version was very positive. It was necessary, with this new engine in the bike, to adapt and adjust several other parts such as chassis, swingarm, and electronics. Team Suzuki Ecstar also brought a new version of the ride height adjuster first seen last season. Overall, Mir and Rins felt satisfied with the work done on the first day, especially as they both placed close to the top time.

Rins completed a whopping 72 laps – the highest number of any rider – taking time to feel the improvements in the engine of his GSX-RR.

He reported positive feelings overall but is looking to work on aerodynamics tomorrow.

Mir put in 68 laps and he also tried many new items. His feedback was good and he felt he could improve his lap time tomorrow, when he also hopes to work on electronics.

Team Suzuki Ecstar will be back on track tomorrow for the second, and final, test day in Sepang.

Alex Rins:

“I’ve been waiting for this test for a long time, so I think this could be why I was fast early on – I was so keen to be back on track! Overall, I’m happy because my pace was strong, and I was able to test many different things. It’s always interesting and important to find what the strongest parts are, and what still needs improvement. I can already feel that the engine is more powerful, and the data reflects that, so let’s see what we can do tomorrow.”

Joan Mir:

“It’s the first day back at school! The feelings are positive so far, even though the heat here is unbelievable. We tried many items, especially the chassis parts, and it’s a bit early to take solid conclusions but my feelings were good today. I’m pleased with how everything is going so far and tomorrow we’ll continue to learn how to get the maximum out of the bike. We need to work a bit more on the electronics, because we didn’t have enough time to get everything ‘on point’ yet. My lap time was OK today, pretty solid, but I know I can do more.”

Sylvain Guintoli:

“I’ve been here in Sepang for a few days longer than Alex and Joan because we had the three-day shakedown test. This allowed me to test a lot of the items already; the new engine, the aero packages, the new rear ride height adjuster. So there was a lot going on during the shakedown. Today I turned my attention to the electronics side, and I tried some new evolution items there; I also tried some new front suspension options. I’m happy because we completed the programme for today, and I’m looking forward to tomorrow.”

Ken Kawauchi – Technical Manager:

“Today we could try many items, some were good and some still need some work, but this is normal in testing. For the first day of the season, we’re satisfied, because the riders need time to adjust to being back on the bike and to discover the improvements. Tomorrow we’ll brush up on a few things and we hope to have another good day.”


1 ESPARGARO, Aleix 1:58.371 9 / 42

2 VIÑALES, Maverick 1:58.384 0.013 0.013 54 / 56

3 RINS, Alex 1:58.471 0.100 0.087 71 / 72

4 BASTIANINI, Enea 1:58.638 0.267 0.167 23 / 44

5 ZARCO, Johann 1:58.946 0.575 0.308 47 / 59

6 QUARTARARO, Fabio 1:59.002 0.631 0.056 49 / 57

7 MIR, Joan 1:59.067 0.696 0.065 63 / 68

8 MARQUEZ, Marc 1:59.287 0.916 0.220 55 / 62

9 ESPARGARO, Pol 1:59.353 0.982 0.066 25 / 64

10 BEZZECCHI, Marco 1:59.468 1.097 0.115 49 / 49

11 CRUTCHLOW, Cal 1:59.558 1.187 0.090 29 / 47

12 NAKAGAMI, Takaaki 1:59.634 1.263 0.076 60 / 62

13 FERNANDEZ, Raul 1:59.682 1.311 0.048 66 / 69

14 BINDER, Brad 1:59.784 1.413 0.102 49 / 58

15 MARQUEZ, Alex 1:59.913 1.542 0.129 51 / 65

16 OLIVEIRA, Miguel 1:59.945 1.574 0.032 38 / 60

17 MARTIN, Jorge 1:59.949 1.578 0.004 19 / 49

18 MARINI, Luca 1:59.966 1.595 0.017 50 / 52

19 BAGNAIA, Francesco 2:00.027 1.656 0.061 22 / 61

20 DI GIANNANTONIO, Fabio 2:00.047 1.676 0.020 39 / 42

21 MORBIDELLI, Franco 2:00.107 1.736 0.060 25 / 61

22 MILLER, Jack 2:00.177 1.806 0.070 48 / 55

23 DOVIZIOSO, Andrea 2:00.342 1.971 0.165 24 / 60

24 GARDNER, Remy 2:00.470 2.099 0.128 59 / 60

25 BINDER, Darryn 2:00.818 2.447 0.348 43 / 45

26 GUINTOLI, Sylvain 2:01.390 3.019 0.572 37 / 46

27 SAVADORI, Lorenzo 2:04.385 6.014 2.995 6 / 15

NC TSUDA, Takuya

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Team Suzuki Press Office – May 30.

MotoGP™ Race Classification:

Joan Mir: 3rd
Alex Rins: DNF

The MotoGP™ race at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello got underway under a dark cloud after the tragic death of young Moto3 rider, Jason Dupasquier, was announced. Riders and members of the paddock gathered together on the grid ahead of the 23 lap race to pay their respects to the Swiss rider with a one minute’s silence.

Joan Mir and Alex Rins made determined starts and were running sixth and seventh by the end of the first lap. One lap later they had climbed one place each and the Team Suzuki Ecstar pairing were showing good pace. However, they spent many laps stuck behind Jack Miller as the race leaders were building a gap, but they didn’t let this dishearten them and they continued to use their excellent corner speed to their advantage, passing the Australian and setting their sights on podium places.

Both Mir and Rins got their heads down and chipped away at the gap to Miguel Oliveira, impressively taking just three laps to get on the Portuguese rider’s tail. On Lap 17 the Hamamatsu riders had their GSX-RRs in third and fourth, but on the next lap Rins lost the front of his bike at Turn 15 and suffered his fourth DNF in a row – he was luckily uninjured. Mir continued to push hard, not only maintaining a podium spot in third but giving his all to gain second place. At the chequered flag it was a close finish and the Mallorcan took a great third, which he dedicated to Jason Dupasquier.

Shinichi Sahara – Project Leader and Team Director:

“It’s been an up and down day; of course we’re very pleased with Joan’s efforts and his podium finish because he didn’t have an ideal grid position but he was able to make a good start and show great pace. Alex also had strong pace with the race tyres, and we were really aiming for a double podium today, which seemed possible, but unfortunately another crash for Alex meant it didn’t happen. Luckily he is fine. We won’t give up and we’ll continue to work towards better consistency.”

Ken Kawauchi – Technical Manager:

“This weekend has been very tough, but we are happy to get back on the podium. I want to thank and congratulate Joan for this great result, and also the team for all their efforts. It was such a pity for Alex today, he had podium pace and plenty of potential but unfortunately he crashed again. We will continue pushing to get both riders on the podium, and we move now directly to Barcelona where we will work hard and hope for a nice finish for Joan and Alex.”

Joan Mir:

“It was very difficult to put the helmet on today, a really hard day at the office. What happened to Jason was incredibly sad – we are all humans and part of a paddock family, so of course we feel all these emotions. It’s been the saddest podium of my career, and also for Fabio and Miguel I’m sure. I send my warmest wishes to Jason’s family and team and dedicate this podium to them. My crew did great job this weekend, the bike improved every day and I gave my absolute all, so I’m pleased to repay them with this 3rd place. I would also like to dedicate this result to our team member, Elvio, who was badly injured in an accident last year but was finally able to join us here in Mugello. Now it’s time to rest a bit and get prepared for Montmelo.”

Alex Rins:

“It’s difficult to say what happened today, because I was riding well behind Joan and holding strong positions and making passes. During the race I felt pretty good with the bike, but not quite the same feeling as during practices. I was struggling a bit with the front of the bike, and we need to analyse what happened because I can’t figure it out. It’s four DNFs for me in a row now, and that’s not normal, so we need to find out what’s going on, causing me to lose the front and crash out. Luckily I’m fine physically, but obviously I am feeling very disappointed. This weekend has been very tough for everybody, and my thoughts are with Jason Dupasquier’s family and friends. Now we need some time to refocus before Barcelona next weekend.”

GRAN PREMIO D’ITALIA OAKLEY – MotoGP™ Race Classification:

1. F. QUARTARARO – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP – 41:16.344
2. M. OLIVEIRA – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing +02.592
3. J. MIR – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR +03.000
4. J. ZARCO – Pramac Racing +03.535
5. B. BINDER – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing +04.903
6. J. MILLER – Ducati Lenovo Team +06.233
7. A. ESPARGARO – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini +08.030
8. M. VIÑALES – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP +17.239
9. D. PETRUCCI – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing +23.296
10. V. ROSSI – Petronas Yamaha SRT +25.146
11. I. LECUONA – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing +25.152
12. P. ESPARGARO – Repsol Honda Team +26.059
13. M. PIRRO – Pramac Racing +26.182
14. A. MARQUEZ – LCR Honda CASTROL +29.400
15. L. SAVADORI – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini +32.378
16. F. MORBIDELLI – Petronas Yamaha SRT +37.906
17. L. MARINI – SKY VR46 Avintia +50.306
Not Classified:
T. NAKAGAMI – LCR Honda IDEMITSU – 34:13.504 – 20 laps
A. RINS – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR – 32:21.384 – 19 laps
F. BAGNAIA – Ducati Lenovo Team – 01:52.699 – 2 laps
M. MARQUEZ – Repsol Honda Team – 01:54.303 – 1 laps
E. BASTIANINI – Avintia Esponsorama – 00.000 – 1 laps

MotoGP™ World Standings:

1 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 105
2 Johann ZARCO Ducati 81
3 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 79
4 Jack MILLER Ducati 74
5 Joan MIR Suzuki 65
6 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 64
7 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 44
8 Brad BINDER KTM 35
9 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 33
10 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 29
11 Pol ESPARGARO Honda 29
12 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 28
13 Alex RINS Suzuki 23
14 Danilo PETRUCCI KTM 23
15 Alex MARQUEZ Honda 20
16 Enea BASTIANINI Ducati 20
17 Jorge MARTIN Ducati 17
18 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 16
19 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 15
20 Iker LECUONA KTM 13
21 Stefan BRADL Honda 11
22 Luca MARINI Ducati 9
23 Michele PIRRO Ducati 3
24 Lorenzo SAVADORI Aprilia 3
25 Tito RABAT Ducati 1

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MotoGP Race Classification:

Joan Mir: DNF
Alex Rins: DNF

Round 5 of the MotoGP™ World Championship in Le Mans was always going to be one of the most unpredictable and dramatic races of the season with extremely unsettled weather dominating proceedings from Friday morning onwards, and for Team Suzuki Ecstar it was a weekend to forget.

The 27 lap race was declared dry before the start despite dark clouds closing in, and the entire field, including Team Suzuki Ecstar’s riders, opted for soft-soft slick tyres. Alex Rins got off to a flying start from his 15th place grid spot, placing himself ninth into the first corners and quickly getting up to sixth by the end of Lap 1. Fighting hard and demonstrating excellent pace, Rins had worked his way into fifth on the second lap of the race. Similarly, Joan Mir was up into eighth place after a great pass at the chicane on the third lap.

On the fourth lap of the race, just as Rins worked his way into a superb third place, the clouds broke and heavy rain began to fall around the Bugatti Circuit. In this intense and dangerous situation, coming into change bikes was the only option.
Mir was extremely unlucky as he lost grip just before he could head into pit lane and he found himself down in the gravel trap with no option of rejoining. Rins made it in for his bike swap, but just after exiting pit lane on his wet setup GSX-RR, he was down at Turn 4. Rins was able to rejoin after the team gave him a second bike with rain tyres, but on Lap 14 he fell again at Turn 3. Both riders are uninjured.

Shinichi Sahara – Project Leader and Team Director:

“Today we suffered as a result of the conditions, and we gained zero points. It’s a strange feeling to come away with two DNFs because we knew that our riders could be very competitive, despite the grid positions, in the dry and also in the wet. However, although today didn’t work out as we’d hoped, we are actually feeling very positive about the next races and for this reason we are not too disappointed. Both riders are OK after their crashes, and we know what they’re capable of in the future.”

Ken Kawauchi – Technical Manager:

“It’s been a tough day for Suzuki because neither of our riders could score points, and it’s such a shame. Normally this track isn’t one of our best, and today’s result aside, our performance has actually improved quite a lot compared to last year and we feel much better here. So, there are some positives to take from the situation. Luckily Alex and Joan are fine and they have no injuries, which is also important. Mugello is the next stop, and with its fast corners and technical sections it’s a circuit where we feel quite confident.”

Joan Mir:

“I’m really disappointed, I didn’t expect that crash. Even though there was a lot of rain on the track, it was so unpredictable – I was with the slicks but I wasn’t pushing, I was just going to the box and it was a surprise when I lost the bike. With all the adrenaline running through me I made a mistake; I saw that the bike had shut down and the engine wasn’t running, so I started to run to the pit box without thinking. Today was my first flag to flag experience, so I will learn from everything that happened. Despite everything I felt good and I had good potential, and even in the wet warm-up I felt strong. But this is racing and sometimes it doesn’t work out. I’ll keep my head up and prepare for Mugello.”

Alex Rins:

“It was a big shame that the heavy rain came, because I was saying to my team and my staff yesterday that in the dry I could finish on the podium. I made a perfect start and put in good laps at the beginning, but then when it started to rain it was a big risk because the track was really wet. Coming out of pit lane and into Turn 4 I tried to use a little bit of front brake to help me turn but it turned out to be a mistake as I lost the front. Then I changed the bike again so that I could rejoin. This bike had wet tyres but the set-up was still for dry conditions and so it was very unsettled and reactive, very difficult to ride, then I lost the front and crashed again. Obviously I’m disappointed but there’s nothing more I can do, I was glad to have strong pace in the dry and I got into podium contention really quickly. I’ll keep working and look forward to the next races, I’m strong and the bike is strong, I’m sorry for the team that today has been another DNF but we will pick ourselves up.”

SHARK GRAND PRIX DE FRANCE – MotoGP Race Classification:

1. J. MILLER – Ducati Lenovo Team – 47:25.473
2. J. ZARCO – Pramac Racing – +03.970
3. F. QUARTARARO – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP – +14.468
4. F. BAGNAIA – Ducati Lenovo Team – +16.172
5. D. PETRUCCI – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing – +21.430
6. A. MARQUEZ – LCR Honda CASTROL – +23.509
7. T. NAKAGAMI – LCR Honda IDEMITSU – +30.164
8. P. ESPARGARO – Repsol Honda Team – +35.221
9. I. LECUONA – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing – +40.432
10. M. VIÑALES – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP – +40.577
11. V. ROSSI – Petronas Yamaha SRT – +42.198
12. L. MARINI – SKY VR46 Avintia – +52.408
13. B. BINDER – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing – +59.377
14. E. BASTIANINI – Avintia Esponsorama – +01:02.224
15. T. RABAT – Pramac Racing – +01:09.651
16. F. MORBIDELLI – Petronas Yamaha SRT – +01:19.719
Not Classified:
M. MARQUEZ – Repsol Honda Team – 31:00.890 – 13 laps
A. ESPARGARO – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini – 27:09.299 – 11 laps
M. OLIVEIRA – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing – 21:53.005 – 7 laps
L. SAVADORI – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini – 20:08.785 – 7 laps
A. RINS – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR – 23:25.291 – 6 laps
J. MIR – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR – 06:28.071 – 5 laps

MotoGP™ World Standings:

1 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 80
2 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 79
3 Johann ZARCO Ducati 68
4 Jack MILLER Ducati 64
5 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 56
6 Joan MIR Suzuki 49
7 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 35
8 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 33
9 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 28
10 Pol ESPARGARO Honda 25
11 Brad BINDER KTM 24
12 Alex RINS Suzuki 23
13 Enea BASTIANINI Ducati 20
14 Alex MARQUEZ Honda 18
15 Jorge MARTIN Ducati 17
16 Danilo PETRUCCI KTM 16
17 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 16
18 Stefan BRADL Honda 11
19 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 9
20 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 9
21 Luca MARINI Ducati 9
23 Lorenzo SAVADORI Aprilia 2
24 Tito RABAT Ducati 1

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