2022 MotoGP World Championship

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The 2022 FIM MotoGP World Championship is the premier class of the 74th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. Fabio Quartararo came into the season as the defending World Champion. With the season ongoing, Ducati have secured the constructors' championship, with the riders' title yet to be decided.

Season summary

The opening round in Qatar was won by Ducati satellite rider Enea Bastianini for Gresini Racing, marking the rider's inaugural premier class victory, and the first for the team since 2006.[1] The return of the Indonesian Grand Prix to the championship in the second round was marked by a wet-weather win for Miguel Oliviera and KTM.[2] The third round of the season in Argentina saw Aleix Espargaró take the checkered flag for Aprilia, his first race win in any world championship class and the first ever for Aprilia in the premier class.[3] At the Grand Prix of the Americas, Bastianini scored his second win of the season to enter the European season of the championship as leader for the riders' title.[4]

Defending champion Fabio Quartararo took his first win of the season at Portugal, to take lead of the riders' standings.[5] In Jerez, Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia dominated, taking his first win of the season starting from pole and leading all laps, to mark the first grand chelem of his career.[6] With consecutive third place finishes for Aleix Espargaró in Portimão and Jerez adding to their Argentine victory and a podium finish in 2021, Aprilia lost their manufacturer's concessions for 2023.[7] Enea Bastianini took his third victory of the season in France after pressuring Ducati works rider Bagnaia into a late race error, while Espargaró and Aprilia took to the third step of the podium for the third race in succession.[8] At Mugello, Bagnaia and factory Ducati took their second victory of the season in front of a home crowd, ahead of championship leader Quartararo in second, and Espargaró taking his fourth consecutive third place finish.[9] Quartararo took his second victory of the season to extend his championship lead in Catalunya. His primary title rival Espargaró dropped from second position (for potentially his fifth consecutive podium finish) to fifth place on the final lap, after miscounting the laps remaining.[10][11] Quartararo won for the third time in Germany.[12] Bagnaia took his third win in Assen, while title front-runners Quartararo and Espargaró clashed on the fifth lap, resulting in a DNF for the Frenchman while the Spaniard recovered to finish in fourth place.[13] Quartararo was later handed a long lap penalty for the crash, which was to be served at the next round at Silverstone.[14] Heading into the summer break, Quartararo led the riders' championship, while Ducati led the manufacturers' championship and Aprilia Racing the teams' championship.

Returning in Britain, Bagnaia took his fourth win of the season to lessen the gap to championship frontrunners Quartararo and Espargaró, who struggled to 8th and 9th place finishes respectively.[15] In Austria, Enea Bastianini took his first career pole position, before crashing out on lap 6 due to issues with a bent front wheel rim.[16] Bagnaia led from the first lap to take his third consecutive victory ahead of Quartararo.[17] At the San Marino round, Bagnaia took his fourth straight win to shorten Quartararo's advantage to 30 points with six rounds remaining, and beat Casey Stoner's record for consecutive wins for a Ducati rider.[18] Marc Márquez returned to the championship in Aragón after a three-and-a-half month absence due to surgery, but was involved in a pair of first lap incidents which saw himself, championship leader Quartararo and fellow Honda rider Takaaki Nakagami retire from the race. The race was won by Bastianini on a last lap overtake of Bagnaia, to take his fourth victory of the season and end Bagnaia's win streak.[19] With this their tenth victory of the season, Ducati clinched the manufacturers' championship for the third consecutive season with five races remaining.

In Japan, Marc Márquez took pole position in a wet qualifying session, his first pole in 1071 days since the previous Japanese Grand Prix in 2019.[20] In the race, the championship frontrunners struggled, with Bagnaia crashing out in a final lap attempt to overtake Quartararo for 8th position, while Aleix Espargaro started the race from pit lane due to a bike swap after the sighting lap and could only recover to 16th place. Jack Miller took the lead from 7th on the grid on the third lap and led to the finish line ahead of Brad Binder and Jorge Martín.[21] At the Thai round, rookie Marco Bezzecchi took his maiden pole position and thus set a new MotoGP record for unique pole sitters in a season at 10. For the second time in the season, Miguel Oliviera rode his KTM to a race win in the wet. Quartararo struggled to finish in 17th place while Bagnaia achieved a podium finish to cut Quartararo's lead to just 2 points with three rounds remaining.[22]

Teams and riders

Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
Italy Aprilia Racing Aprilia RS-GP 12 Spain Maverick Viñales[23] 1–17
41 Spain Aleix Espargaró[24] 1–17
32 Italy Lorenzo Savadori[25] 5–6, 8, 11, 13
Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Ducati Desmosedici GP22 43 Australia Jack Miller[26] 1–17
63 Italy Francesco Bagnaia[27] 1–17
Italy Aruba.it Racing 51 Italy Michele Pirro[28] 8–9, 14
Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP Desmosedici GP21 23 Italy Enea Bastianini[29] 1–17
49 Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio[29] 1–17
Italy Mooney VR46 Racing Team Desmosedici GP22 10 Italy Luca Marini[30] 1–17
Desmosedici GP21 72 Italy Marco Bezzecchi[31] 1–17
Italy Pramac Racing[a] Desmosedici GP22 5 France Johann Zarco[32] 1–17
89 Spain Jorge Martín[32] 1–17
Monaco LCR Honda Idemitsu
Monaco LCR Honda Castrol
Honda RC213V 30 Japan Takaaki Nakagami[33] 1–16
45 Japan Tetsuta Nagashima[34] 17
73 Spain Álex Márquez[35] 1–17
Japan Repsol Honda Team 44 Spain Pol Espargaró[35] 1–17
93 Spain Marc Márquez[36] 1–2, 4–8, 15–17
6 Germany Stefan Bradl[37] 3, 9–14
Japan Team HRC 6 Germany Stefan Bradl[38] 6
45 Japan Tetsuta Nagashima[39] 16
Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM RC16 33 South Africa Brad Binder[40] 1–17
88 Portugal Miguel Oliveira[41] 1–17
France Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 25 Spain Raúl Fernández[42] 1–17
87 Australia Remy Gardner[43] 1–17
Japan Team Suzuki Ecstar Suzuki GSX-RR 36 Spain Joan Mir[44] 1–13, 15
92 Japan Kazuki Watanabe[45] 14
85 Japan Takuya Tsuda[46] 16
9 Italy Danilo Petrucci[47] 17
42 Spain Álex Rins[48] 1–17
Japan Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha YZR-M1 20 France Fabio Quartararo[49] 1–17
21 Italy Franco Morbidelli[50] 1–17
Malaysia WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team 04 Italy Andrea Dovizioso[51] 1–14
35 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow[52] 15–17
40 South Africa Darryn Binder[53] 1–17
Sources:[54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62]
Key
Regular rider
Replacement rider
Wildcard rider

All teams use series-specified Michelin tyres.

Team changes

  • Aprilia entered the series with their own full factory team effort for the first time since 2004.[63] Aprilia had previously sponsored and supplied bikes with factory support to the Gresini Racing team beginning in 2015.
  • VR46 Racing Team entered the championship, taking over the grid slots from Esponsorama Racing who left the premier class after 10 seasons.[64][58] The team is using Ducati machinery until at least the end of 2024.[57]
  • Gresini Racing made their return as a fully-independent team with their bikes being supplied by Ducati.[29]
  • Petronas SRT quit the sport after the 2021 season, with the management team forming a new entry for 2022.[60] It was subsequently announced that the team would rebrand as RNF MotoGP Racing starting in 2022.[61] The team continued to use Yamaha bikes for 2022, with options to extend for 2023 and 2024.[65] The team officially entered the class unter the name WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team.

Rider changes

Mid-season changes

  • Marc Márquez missed the Argentine round after being diagnosed with effects of diplopia sustained in a warm-up crash during the previous Indonesian round.[73] He was also sidelined indefinitely beginning with the Catalan round, after having a fourth surgery on his right humerus.[74][75] He was replaced for all races by Honda test rider Stefan Bradl.[76][77] Márquez returned at the Aragon Grand Prix after missing six rounds.[78]
  • Joan Mir missed the San Marino round after suffering an ankle injury due to a crash in the main race of the previous Austrian round.[79] He was replaced by Kazuki Watanabe.[45] Mir returned during the Aragon Grand Prix, but did not start the race due to the effects of the same ankle injury. He also missed the subsequent Japanese round and was replaced by Takuya Tsuda, who was initially planned to enter the Grand Prix as a wildcard.[46][80] Mir also missed the Thai round and was replaced by the returning Danilo Petrucci.[47]
  • Andrea Dovizioso retired after the San Marino round. He was replaced by Cal Crutchlow for the remaining six rounds of the season.[52]
  • Takaaki Nakagami will miss the Thai round to undergo surgery on his injured finger that he sustained during the Aragon round. He will be replaced by Tetsuta Nagashima.[34]

Calendar

The following Grands Prix are scheduled to take place in 2022:[81]

Round Date Grand Prix Circuit
1 6 March[b] Qatar Grand Prix of Qatar Losail International Circuit, Lusail
2 20 March Indonesia Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia Mandalika International Street Circuit, Central Lombok
3 3 April Argentina Gran Premio Michelin de la República Argentina Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo, Termas de Río Hondo
4 10 April United States Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas Circuit of the Americas, Austin
5 24 April Portugal Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal Algarve International Circuit, Portimão
6 1 May Spain Gran Premio Red Bull de España Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto, Jerez de la Frontera
7 15 May France Shark Grand Prix de France Circuit Bugatti, Le Mans
8 29 May Italy Gran Premio d'Italia Oakley Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello, Scarperia e San Piero
9 5 June Catalonia Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló
10 19 June Germany Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland Sachsenring, Hohenstein-Ernstthal
11 26 June Netherlands Motul TT Assen TT Circuit Assen, Assen
12 7 August United Kingdom Monster Energy British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone
13 21 August Austria CryptoData Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
14 4 September San Marino Gran Premio Gryfyn di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico
15 18 September Aragon Gran Premio Animoca Brands de Aragón MotorLand Aragón, Alcañiz
16 25 September Japan Motul Grand Prix of Japan Mobility Resort Motegi, Motegi
17 2 October Thailand OR Thailand Grand Prix Buriram International Circuit [c], Buriram
18 16 October Australia Animoca Brands Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island
19 23 October Malaysia Petronas Grand Prix of Malaysia Sepang International Circuit, Sepang
20 6 November Valencian Community Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia
Cancelled Grand Prix
10 July Finland Grand Prix of Finland Kymi Ring, Iitti
Sources:[82][83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91][92][93][94][95][96][97]

Grand Prix locations

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Location of non-European Grands Prix in 2022.
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Location of European Grands Prix in 2022.
(Green pog.svg: scheduled Grand Prix Red pog.svg: cancelled Grand Prix)

Calendar changes

Layout used from 2016 to 2021
Layout used starting 2022
Comparison between the configuration of the Red Bull Ring used from 2016 to 2021 (top), and the layout used starting 2022 (bottom).
  • Cancelled Grands Prix in 2021 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, namely the Argentine, Finnish, Japanese, Thailand, Australian, and Malaysian Grands Prix, are scheduled to return in 2022. Consequently, the Grands Prix held in 2021 that replaced the aforementioned cancelled races, namely the Doha, Styrian, Emilia Romagna, and Algarve Grands Prix, are not scheduled to return in 2022.[81]
  • The previously mentioned Finnish Grand Prix was planned to return to the calendar after a 39-year absence. The venue hosting the round would have been the new Kymi Ring, instead of the Tampere Circuit used in 1962 and 1963 or the Imatra Circuit which hosted the round until 1982. The Grand Prix was included on both the 2020 and 2021 calendars, but both races were cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the race scheduled for July was cancelled in May due to incomplete homologation works and the risks associated with the geopolitical situation in the region.[97]
  • The Indonesian Grand Prix returned to the calendar after a 24-year absence. The venue hosting the round was the new Mandalika International Street Circuit, instead of the Sentul International Circuit used in 1996 and 1997. The Grand Prix had been included in the 2021 calendar as a Reserve Grand Prix, but was ultimately dropped before the end of the season.
  • The Brazilian Grand Prix, which had previously been announced to return in 2022, was not included in the provisional calendar released on 7 October 2021.[98][81]
  • The Austrian Grand Prix used a new layout of the Red Bull Ring, wherein a chicane was added to the previous fast slight-left hander of turn 2.[99] This was done to improve the overall safety of the track by greatly minimizing the speed the riders take the turn. The final configuration was chosen among 15 proposals, with the track being 30 meters longer than the previous configurations.[100]

Results and standings

Grands Prix

Round Grand Prix Pole position Fastest lap Winning rider Winning team Winning constructor Report
1 Qatar Qatar motorcycle Grand Prix Spain Jorge Martín Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP Italy Ducati Report
2 Indonesia Indonesian motorcycle Grand Prix France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo Portugal Miguel Oliveira Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Austria KTM Report
3 Argentina Argentine Republic motorcycle Grand Prix Spain Aleix Espargaró Spain Aleix Espargaró Spain Aleix Espargaró Italy Aprilia Racing Italy Aprilia Report
4 United States Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas Spain Jorge Martín Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP Italy Ducati Report
5 Portugal Portuguese motorcycle Grand Prix France Johann Zarco France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo Japan Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Japan Yamaha Report
6 Spain Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
7 France French motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP Italy Ducati Report
8 Italy Italian motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
9 Catalonia Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix Spain Aleix Espargaró France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo Japan Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Japan Yamaha Report
10 Germany German motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Francesco Bagnaia France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo Japan Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Japan Yamaha Report
11 Netherlands Dutch TT Italy Francesco Bagnaia Spain Aleix Espargaró Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
12 United Kingdom British motorcycle Grand Prix France Johann Zarco Spain Álex Rins Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
13 Austria Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Enea Bastianini Spain Jorge Martín Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
14 San Marino San Marino and Rimini Riviera motorcycle Grand Prix Australia Jack Miller Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
15 Aragon Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Francesco Bagnaia Italy Luca Marini Italy Enea Bastianini Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP Italy Ducati Report
16 Japan Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix Spain Marc Márquez Australia Jack Miller Australia Jack Miller Italy Ducati Lenovo Team Italy Ducati Report
17 Thailand Thailand motorcycle Grand Prix Italy Marco Bezzecchi France Johann Zarco Portugal Miguel Oliveira Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Austria KTM Report
18 Australia Australian motorcycle Grand Prix Report
19 Malaysia Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix Report
20 Valencian Community Valencian Community motorcycle Grand Prix Report

Riders' standings

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider had to finish the race to earn points.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pos. Rider Bike Team QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
1 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 9 2P F 8 7 1F 2 4 2 1F 1F Ret 8 2 5 Ret 8 17 219
2 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati Ducati Lenovo Team Ret 15 5 5 8 1P F RetP F 1F Ret RetP 1P 1 1 1 2P Ret 3 217
3 Spain Aleix Espargaró Aprilia Aprilia Racing 4 9 1P F 11 3 3 3 3 5P 4 4F 9 6 6 3 16 11 199
4 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati Gresini Racing MotoGP 1F 11 10 1F Ret 8 1 Ret Ret 10 11 4 RetP 2F 1 9 6 180
5 Australia Jack Miller Ducati Ducati Lenovo Team Ret 4 14 3 Ret 5 2 15 14 3 6 3 3 18P 5 1F 2 179
6 South Africa Brad Binder KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 2 8 6 12 Ret 10 8 7 8 7 5 11 7 8 4 2 10 154
7 France Johann Zarco Ducati Pramac Racing 8 3 Ret 9 2P Ret 5 4 3 2 13 RetP 5 Ret 8 11 4F 151
8 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Ret 1 13 18 5 12 Ret 9 9 9 9 6 12 11 11 5 1 131
9 Spain Jorge Martín Ducati Pramac Racing RetP Ret 2 8P Ret 22 Ret 13 2 6 7 5 10F 9 6 3 9 127
10 Spain Maverick Viñales Aprilia Aprilia Racing 12 16 7 10 10 14 10 12 7 Ret 3 2 13 3 13 7 7 122
11 Spain Álex Rins Suzuki Team Suzuki Ecstar 7 5 3 2 4 19 Ret Ret Ret DNS 10 7F 8 7 9 Ret 12 112
12 Italy Luca Marini Ducati Mooney VR46 Racing Team 13 14 11 17 12 16 9 6 6 5 17 12 4 4 7F 6 23 101
13 Spain Marc Márquez Honda Repsol Honda Team 5 DNS 6 6 4 6 10 Ret 4P 5 84
14 Italy Marco Bezzecchi Ducati Mooney VR46 Racing Team Ret 20 9 Ret 15 9 12 5 Ret 11 2 10 9 17 10 10 16P 80
15 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki Team Suzuki Ecstar 6 6 4 4 Ret 6 Ret Ret 4 Ret 8 Ret Ret DNS 77
16 Spain Álex Márquez Honda LCR Honda Castrol Ret 13 15 Ret 7 13 14 14 10 Ret 15 17 14 10 12 13 8 50
17 Spain Pol Espargaró Honda Repsol Honda Team 3 12 Ret 13 9 11 11 Ret 17 Ret DNS 14 16 Ret 15 12 14 49
18 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda LCR Honda Idemitsu 10 19 12 14 16 7 7 8 Ret Ret 12 13 Ret 15 Ret 20 46
19 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 11 7 Ret 16 13 15 15 17 13 13 Ret 15 Ret Ret 17 14 13 31
20 Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati Gresini Racing MotoGP 17 18 Ret 21 Ret 18 13 11P Ret 8 14 22 11 20 19 17 18 23
21 Italy Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team 14 Ret 20 15 11 17 16 20 Ret 14 16 16 15 12 15
22 South Africa Darryn Binder Yamaha WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team 16 10 18 22 17 Ret 17 16 12 Ret Ret 20 Ret 16 18 Ret 21 10
23 Australia Remy Gardner KTM Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 15 21 17 20 14 20 Ret 19 11 15 19 18 20 19 16 19 Ret 9
24 Spain Raúl Fernández KTM Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 18 17 16 19 DNS WD Ret 21 15 12 Ret 21 18 13 20 18 15 9
25 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow Yamaha WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team 14 15 19 3
26 Germany Stefan Bradl Honda Repsol Honda Team 19 Ret 16 18 19 17 14 2
Team HRC Ret
27 Italy Michele Pirro Ducati Aruba.it Racing 18 16 Ret 0
28 Italy Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia Aprilia Racing Ret 21 22 20 19 0
29 Italy Danilo Petrucci Suzuki Team Suzuki Ecstar 20 0
30 Japan Kazuki Watanabe Suzuki Team Suzuki Ecstar 21 0
31 Japan Tetsuta Nagashima Honda Team HRC Ret 0
LCR Honda Idemitsu 22
Japan Takuya Tsuda Suzuki Team Suzuki Ecstar Ret 0
Pos. Rider Bike Team QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
Race key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)
Annotation Meaning
P Pole position
F Fastest lap
Rider key
Colour Meaning
Light blue Rookie rider

Constructors' standings

Each constructor received the same number of points as their best placed rider in each race.

Pos. Manufacturer QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
1 Italy Ducati 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 391
2 Italy Aprilia 4 9 1 10 3 3 3 3 5 4 3 2 6 3 3 7 7 235
3 Japan Yamaha 9 2 8 7 1 2 4 2 1 1 16 8 2 5 14 8 13 224
4 Austria KTM 2 1 6 12 5 10 8 7 8 7 5 6 7 8 4 2 1 206
5 Japan Suzuki 6 5 3 2 4 6 Ret Ret 4 Ret 8 7 8 7 9 Ret 12 138
6 Japan Honda 3 12 12 6 6 4 6 8 10 16 12 13 14 10 12 4 5 124
Pos. Manufacturer QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts

Teams' standings

The teams' standings were based on results obtained by regular and substitute riders; wild-card entries were ineligible.

Pos. Team Bike
No.
QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
1 Italy Ducati Lenovo Team 43 Ret 4 14 3 Ret 5 2 15 14 3 6 3 3 18P 5 1F 2 396
63 Ret 15 5 5 8 1P F RetP F 1F Ret RetP 1P 1 1 1 2P Ret 3
2 Italy Aprilia Racing 12 12 16 7 10 10 14 10 12 7 Ret 3 2 13 3 13 7 7 321
41 4 9 1P F 11 3 3 3 3 5P 4 4F 9 6 6 3 16 11
3 Austria Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 33 2 8 6 12 Ret 10 8 7 8 7 5 11 7 8 4 2 10 285
88 Ret 1 13 18 5 12 Ret 9 9 9 9 6 12 11 11 5 1
4 Italy Pramac Racing[a] 5 8 3 Ret 9 2P Ret 5 4 3 2 13 RetP 5 Ret 8 11 4F 278
89 RetP Ret 2 8P Ret 22 Ret 13 2 6 7 5 10F 9 6 3 9
5 Japan Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 20 9 2P F 8 7 1F 2 4 2 1F 1F Ret 8 2 5 Ret 8 17 250
21 11 7 Ret 16 13 15 15 17 13 13 Ret 15 Ret Ret 17 14 13
6 Italy Gresini Racing MotoGP 23 1F 11 10 1F Ret 8 1 Ret Ret 10 11 4 RetP 2F 1 9 6 203
49 17 18 Ret 21 Ret 18 13 11P Ret 8 14 22 11 20 19 17 18
7 Japan Team Suzuki Ecstar
9 20 189
36 6 6 4 4 Ret 6 Ret Ret 4 Ret 8 Ret Ret DNS
42 7 5 3 2 4 19 Ret Ret Ret DNS 10 7F 8 7 9 Ret 12
85 Ret
92 21
8 Italy Mooney VR46 Racing Team 10 13 14 11 17 12 16 9 6 6 5 17 12 4 4 7F 6 23 181
72 Ret 20 9 Ret 15 9 12 5 Ret 11 2 10 9 17 10 10 16P
9 Japan Repsol Honda Team 6 19 Ret 16 18 19 17 14 135
44 3 12 Ret 13 9 11 11 Ret 17 Ret DNS 14 16 Ret 15 12 14
93 5 DNS 6 6 4 6 10 Ret 4P 5
10 Monaco LCR Honda 30 10 19 12 14 16 7 7 8 Ret Ret 12 13 Ret 15 Ret 20 96
45 22
73 Ret 13 15 Ret 7 13 14 14 10 Ret 15 17 14 10 12 13 8
11 Malaysia WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP Team 04 14 Ret 20 15 11 17 16 20 Ret 14 16 16 15 12 28
35 14 15 19
40 16 10 18 22 17 Ret 17 16 12 Ret Ret 20 Ret 16 18 Ret 21
12 France Tech3 KTM Factory Racing 25 18 17 16 19 DNS WD Ret 21 15 12 Ret 21 18 13 20 18 15 18
87 15 21 17 20 14 20 Ret 19 11 15 19 18 20 19 16 19 Ret
Pos. Team Bike
No.
QAT
Qatar
INA
Indonesia
ARG
Argentina
AME
United States
POR
Portugal
SPA
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
GER
Germany
NED
Netherlands
GBR
United Kingdom
AUT
Austria
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
JPN
Japan
THA
Thailand
AUS
Australia
MAL
Malaysia
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts

Notes

  1. ^ a b From round 8 onwards, the team used the team name Prima Pramac Racing.
  2. ^ Night race
  3. ^ Because of French and Qatari regulations, the circuit's alcohol sponsor is not used.

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