2013 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season

2013 F.I.M. Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
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2013 World Champions
Marc Márquez became the MotoGP world champion
Maverick Viñales became the Moto3 world champion

The 2013 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 65th Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Road racing World Championship season. Jorge Lorenzo started the season as the defending World Champion,[1] while Honda was the defending Manufacturers' Champion. Moto2 champion Marc Márquez joined the MotoGP grid with Repsol Honda[2] and Moto3 champion Sandro Cortese entered Moto2, with Intact GP.[3]

The three championships were each won by Spanish riders, with Márquez winning in MotoGP,[4] Pol Espargaró winning in Moto2,[5] and Maverick Viñales winning in Moto3.[6] Spanish riders dominated the season overall, with 47 of the 52 races across all classes won by a Spanish rider. Of the five non-Spanish victories, three came from Moto2 championship runner-up Scott Redding, and one each from Moto2 front-runner Mika Kallio – his first in the class, in the Czech Republic[7] – and MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi, who took his first premier class victory since 2010 at the Dutch TT.[8]

The MotoGP class saw the introduction of a new qualifying system, in which the riders placed eleventh or lower in Free Practice 3 were admitted to Qualifying 1, then the two fastest riders from that session joined the ten fastest riders in Qualifying 2.

Season summaryEdit

MotoGPEdit

In the premier MotoGP class, Lorenzo, along with Repsol Honda teammates Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa battled it out for most of the season in regards to the championship battle. Lorenzo won the opening race of the season in Qatar,[9] before rookie Márquez became the youngest premier class winner,[10] as he claimed victory in the inaugural Grand Prix of the Americas in Texas.[11] Pedrosa took back-to-back victories at Jerez – where Márquez and Lorenzo battled for second place, clashing at the final corner[12] – and Le Mans,[13] before Lorenzo did likewise at Mugello,[14] and Catalunya; at the former, Márquez retired from the race after crashing out of second place.[14] At Assen, Lorenzo crashed during free practice and fractured his collarbone, and after emergency surgery and initial reports that he would not take part for the rest of the weekend,[15] he competed in the race and finished fifth.[8] Márquez and Pedrosa finished second and fourth respectively,[8] as Valentino Rossi took his first race victory since 2010.[8] Márquez then won the next four races,[16] starting at the Sachsenring,[17] where both Lorenzo and Pedrosa were sidelined with injuries; Lorenzo with a recurrence of his Assen injury after crashing in free practice once again,[18] while Pedrosa was ruled out with low blood pressure, stemming from a separate incident.[19]

After two more victories for Lorenzo at Silverstone,[20] and Misano,[21] Márquez and Pedrosa collided at the Aragon Grand Prix, where a slight touch caused a sensor on Pedrosa's bike to tear and cut the traction control system.[22] Márquez went on to beat Lorenzo to victory,[23] and after Pedrosa won in Malaysia,[24] Márquez held a 43-point lead in the championship with three races to go.[25] However, a disqualification in Australia,[26] as well as Lorenzo winning both in Australia and Japan reduced that margin to thirteen,[27] ahead of the final race in Valencia; the first final race title decider since 2006.[27] After battling Pedrosa and Lorenzo in the early stages of the race, Márquez finished third in the race to become the youngest premier class champion, beating Freddie Spencer's record from 1983.[10] As well as this, Márquez became the first rookie since Kenny Roberts in 1978 to win the championship in their début season,[10] and only the fourth rider to win world championships in three different categories after Mike Hailwood, Phil Read and Rossi.[10] Pedrosa's second place, behind Lorenzo,[4] was enough for Honda to clinch the constructors' championship.

Moto2Edit

In Moto2, Pol Espargaró became champion in the class,[5][28] after overhauling Scott Redding towards the end of the season. With six race victories, Espargaró won the championship by 40 points ahead of Redding, who won three races, with third place going to Esteve Rabat, a three-time race winner. Nicolás Terol, who finished seventh, was another three-time race winner, with other victories taken by Mika Kallio (fourth) and Jordi Torres, who was tenth in the championship. In the constructors' championship, Kalex won thirteen of the seventeen races to win the title by almost 100 points from Suter, who won the other four races.

Moto3Edit

In Moto3, the championship was dominated by three Spanish riders, all riding KTM machinery. Like the premier class, there was a final race title decider between Ajo Motorsport's Luis Salom, Estrella Galicia 0,0's Álex Rins and Maverick Viñales of Team Calvo; if any rider of the three won the race, they finished as the champion, regardless of the other results.[29] After Salom crashed out early in the race, Rins and Viñales battled at the front, with Viñales ultimately coming out as the victor and champion, with Rins being passed for second place on the line by Jonas Folger.[6][30] With Salom only making it back up to fourteenth, Rins finished as runner-up ahead of Salom. With every race won by a KTM rider – seven wins for Salom, six for Rins, three for Viñales and one for Álex Márquez, the teammate of Rins, at Motegi – the marque was comfortably the winners of the constructors' championship, scoring more than double the points of the next placed constructor, Kalex KTM.[31]

2013 Grand Prix season calendarEdit

The following Grands Prix were scheduled to take place in 2013:[32][33]

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme released a 19-race provisional calendar on 19 September 2012.[34][35] On 23 November 2012, the calendar was updated following confirmation that the return of the Argentine Grand Prix would be postponed to 2014.[36][37] The Grand Prix of the Americas held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, United States, replaced the Portuguese Grand Prix, which had been run at Estoril since 2000. The United States hosted three races, the other two being the United States Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and the Indianapolis Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Round Date Grand Prix Circuit
1 7 April ‡   Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar Losail International Circuit
2 21 April   Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas Circuit of the Americas
3 5 May   Gran Premio bwin de España Circuito de Jerez
4 19 May   Monster Energy Grand Prix de France Bugatti Circuit
5 2 June   Gran Premio d'Italia TIM Mugello Circuit
6 16 June   Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya Circuit de Catalunya
7 29 June ††   Iveco TT Assen TT Circuit Assen
8 14 July   eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland Sachsenring
9 21 July †   Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
10 18 August   Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix Indianapolis Motor Speedway
11 25 August   bwin Grand Prix České republiky Brno Circuit
12 1 September   Hertz British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit
13 15 September   Gran Premio Aperol di San Marino e Della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
14 29 September   Gran Premio Iveco de Aragón Motorland Aragón
15 13 October   Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix Sepang International Circuit
16 20 October   Tissot Australian Grand Prix Phillip Island Circuit
17 27 October   AirAsia Grand Prix of Japan Twin Ring Motegi
18 10 November   Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana Circuit Ricardo Tormo
‡ = Night race
† = MotoGP class only
†† = Saturday race

Calendar changesEdit

2013 Grand Prix season resultsEdit

Round Date Grand Prix Circuit Moto3 winner Moto2 winner MotoGP winner Report
1 7 April ‡   Qatar motorcycle Grand Prix[38] Losail   Luis Salom   Pol Espargaró   Jorge Lorenzo Report
2 21 April   Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas[39][40] Circuit of the Americas   Álex Rins   Nicolás Terol   Marc Márquez Report
3 5 May   Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix[41] Jerez   Maverick Viñales   Esteve Rabat   Dani Pedrosa Report
4 19 May   French motorcycle Grand Prix[42] Le Mans   Maverick Viñales   Scott Redding   Dani Pedrosa Report
5 2 June   Italian motorcycle Grand Prix[43] Mugello   Luis Salom   Scott Redding   Jorge Lorenzo Report
6 16 June   Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix[44] Catalunya   Luis Salom   Pol Espargaró   Jorge Lorenzo Report
7 29 June ††   Iveco TT Assen[45] Assen   Luis Salom   Pol Espargaró   Valentino Rossi Report
8 14 July[46]   German motorcycle Grand Prix[47] Sachsenring   Álex Rins   Jordi Torres   Marc Márquez Report
9 21 July †   United States motorcycle Grand Prix[48] Laguna Seca No Moto2 or Moto3 races   Marc Márquez Report
10 18 August   Indianapolis motorcycle Grand Prix[49] Indianapolis Motor Speedway   Álex Rins   Esteve Rabat   Marc Márquez Report
11 25 August   Czech Republic motorcycle Grand Prix[50] Brno Circuit   Luis Salom   Mika Kallio   Marc Márquez Report
12 1 September   British motorcycle Grand Prix[51] Silverstone   Luis Salom   Scott Redding   Jorge Lorenzo Report
13 15 September   San Marino and Rimini's Coast motorcycle Grand Prix[52] Misano   Álex Rins   Pol Espargaró   Jorge Lorenzo Report
14 29 September   Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix[53] Motorland Aragón   Álex Rins   Nicolás Terol   Marc Márquez Report
15 13 October   Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix[54] Sepang   Luis Salom   Esteve Rabat   Dani Pedrosa Report
16 20 October   Australian motorcycle Grand Prix[55] Phillip Island Circuit   Álex Rins   Pol Espargaró   Jorge Lorenzo Report
17 27 October   Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix[56] Motegi   Álex Márquez   Pol Espargaró   Jorge Lorenzo Report
18 10 November   Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana[57] Valencia   Maverick Viñales   Nicolás Terol   Jorge Lorenzo Report
‡ = Night race
† = MotoGP class only
†† = Saturday race

MotoGPEdit

ParticipantsEdit

Prototype entries
Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
  Ducati Team Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP13 04   Andrea Dovizioso[60] All
69   Nicky Hayden[61] All
  LCR Honda MotoGP Honda Honda RC213V 6   Stefan Bradl[62] All
  Ignite Pramac Racing
  Energy T.I. Pramac Racing
Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP13 11   Ben Spies[63] 1–2, 5, 10
15   Alex de Angelis[64] 9
29   Andrea Iannone[63] 1–8, 10–18
51   Michele Pirro[65] 4, 6–8, 11–13
68   Yonny Hernández[66] 14–18
  GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda Honda RC213V 19   Álvaro Bautista[67] All
  Yamaha YSP Racing Team Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 21   Katsuyuki Nakasuga[68] 17
  Repsol Honda Team Honda Honda RC213V 26   Dani Pedrosa[2] All
93   Marc Márquez[2] All
  Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 35   Cal Crutchlow[69] All
38   Bradley Smith[70] All
  Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 46   Valentino Rossi[71] All
99   Jorge Lorenzo[71] All
  Ducati Test Team Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP13 51   Michele Pirro[72] 3, 5, 18
Claiming Rule Teams (CRT) entries
Team Constructor Engine Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
  NGM Mobile Forward Racing FTR-Kawasaki Kawasaki FTR MGP13[73] 5   Colin Edwards[74] All
71   Claudio Corti[75] All
  Avintia Blusens FTR Kawasaki FTR MGP13[73] 7   Hiroshi Aoyama[76] 1–5, 8–18
8   Héctor Barberá[77] All
22   Iván Silva[78] 7
77   Javier del Amor[79] 6
  Came IodaRacing Project Ioda-Suter BMW Suter MMX1[80] 9   Danilo Petrucci[58] All
52   Lukáš Pešek[81] All
  Power Electronics Aspar ART Aprilia ART GP13[82] 14   Randy de Puniet[83] All
41   Aleix Espargaró[83] All
  Cardion AB Motoracing ART Aprilia ART GP13 17   Karel Abraham[84] 1–11, 13
23   Luca Scassa[85] 14–18
  GP Tech BCL Suzuki BCL GP212 44   Michael Barnes[86] 2
  Remus Racing Team S&B Suter BMW Suter MMX1 45   Martin Bauer[87] 11, 18
  Paul Bird Motorsport PBM Aprilia PBM 01 50   Damian Cudlin[88] 14–18
70   Michael Laverty[58] 1–13
ART Aprilia ART GP13 14–18
68   Yonny Hernández[58] 1–13
  GO&FUN Honda Gresini FTR-Honda Honda FTR MGP13[73] 67   Bryan Staring[89] All
  Attack Performance Racing APR Kawasaki APR 79   Blake Young[90] 2, 9–10
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

Rider changesEdit

Team changesEdit

Riders' points standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has to finish the race to earn points.

  • Riders marked with light blue background are eligible for Rookie of the Year awards.
  • Rounds marked with light blue background were under wet race conditions.
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 QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
USA
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   Marc Márquez Honda 3 1 2 3 Ret 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 DSQ 2 3 334
2   Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1 3 3 7 1 1 5 DNS 6 3 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 330
3   Dani Pedrosa Honda 4 2 1 1 2 2 4 DNS 5 2 2 3 3 Ret 1 2 3 2 300
4   Valentino Rossi Yamaha 2 6 4 12 Ret 4 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 6 4 237
5   Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 5 4 5 2 3 Ret 3 2 7 5 17 7 6 6 6 4 7 Ret 188
6   Álvaro Bautista Honda 6 8 6 6 Ret Ret 7 5 4 6 5 5 7 4 5 5 4 5 171
7   Stefan Bradl Honda Ret 5 Ret 10 4 5 6 4 2 7 6 6 5 5 DNS DNS 5 6 156
8   Andrea Dovizioso Ducati 7 7 8 4 5 7 10 7 9 10 7 Ret 8 8 8 9 10 9 140
9   Nicky Hayden Ducati 8 9 7 5 6 Ret 11 9 8 9 8 8 9 9 Ret 7 9 8 126
10   Bradley Smith Yamaha Ret 12 10 9 9 6 9 6 Ret 8 Ret 9 11 7 7 6 8 7 116
11   Aleix Espargaró ART 11 11 9 13 8 8 8 8 Ret 12 10 10 13 11 9 11 Ret 11 93
12   Andrea Iannone Ducati 9 10 Ret 11 13 Ret 13 DNS 11 9 11 Ret 10 Ret 8 14 Ret 57
13   Michele Pirro Ducati 11 8 7 10 14 10 12 12 10 10 56
14   Colin Edwards FTR Kawasaki Ret Ret 15 16 14 9 17 13 12 13 11 14 12 16 15 12 12 15 41
15   Randy de Puniet ART 12 14 Ret Ret 11 Ret 12 12 Ret Ret 15 16 17 13 12 10 13 Ret 36
16   Héctor Barberá FTR 13 18 12 18 10 Ret 20 11 10 16 Ret 13 Ret Ret 14 14 16 12 35
17   Danilo Petrucci Ioda-Suter Ret Ret 14 14 12 11 16 14 13 17 13 15 15 Ret 16 15 18 14 26
18   Yonny Hernández ART 14 15 Ret Ret 16 13 19 Ret 15 Ret 16 20 Ret 21
Ducati 12 10 13 15 Ret
19   Claudio Corti FTR Kawasaki 16 19 17 Ret Ret 12 18 15 Ret 14 Ret 17 16 15 13 17 20 13 14
20   Hiroshi Aoyama FTR 15 17 18 19 Ret WD 17 16 15 14 18 14 14 11 20 17 16 13
21   Ben Spies Ducati 10 13 DNS DNS 9
22   Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha 11 5
23   Alex de Angelis Ducati 11 5
24   Karel Abraham ART Ret DNS DNS 15 15 Ret 15 18 14 DNS 19 Ret 5
25   Michael Laverty PBM 17 16 13 17 17 Ret 22 16 Ret 18 18 19 18 3
ART Ret Ret 18 19 17
26   Bryan Staring FTR Honda Ret 20 16 Ret 18 14 21 Ret 17 19 20 21 Ret 18 18 DSQ 22 19 2
27   Javier del Amor FTR 15 1
  Luca Scassa ART 17 17 16 Ret 18 0
  Lukáš Pešek Ioda-Suter 18 Ret Ret Ret 19 16 Ret 19 18 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 19 Ret Ret 0
  Martin Bauer S&B Suter 21 20 0
  Damian Cudlin PBM Ret Ret 21 21 Ret 0
  Blake Young APR 21 WD Ret 0
  Iván Silva FTR 23 0
  Michael Barnes BCL DNQ 0
Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
USA
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
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 participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
Blue – Rookie

Constructors' standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has 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
  • Each constructor gets the same number of points as their best placed rider in each race.
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
USA
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   Honda 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 41 1 2 2 2 389
2   Yamaha 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 381
3   Ducati 7 7 7 4 5 7 10 7 8 9 7 8 8 8 8 7 9 8 155
4   ART 11 11 9 13 8 8 8 8 14 12 10 10 13 11 9 10 13 11 99
5   FTR Kawasaki 16 19 15 16 14 9 17 13 12 13 11 14 12 15 13 12 12 13 46
6   FTR 13 17 12 18 10 15 20 11 10 15 14 13 14 14 11 14 16 12 46
7   Ioda-Suter 18 Ret 14 14 12 11 16 14 13 17 13 15 15 19 16 15 18 14 26
8   PBM 17 16 13 17 17 Ret 22 16 Ret 18 18 19 18 Ret Ret 21 21 Ret 3
9   FTR Honda Ret 20 16 Ret 18 14 21 Ret 17 19 20 21 Ret 18 18 DSQ 22 19 2
  S&B Suter 21 20 0
  APR 21 WD Ret 0
  BCL DNQ 0
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
USA
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
Notes
  • 1 All points from the race victory for Marc Márquez were deducted as a result of a decision from Race Direction, after Márquez collided with teammate Dani Pedrosa during the race.[96] Honda's next-best finisher was Álvaro Bautista, who scored a fourth-place finish.[97]

Moto2Edit

ParticipantsEdit

Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
  NGM Mobile Racing Speed Up SF13 3   Simone Corsi[98] 1–8, 10–18
54   Mattia Pasini[98] 1–8, 10–18
  Technomag carXpert Suter MMX2 4   Randy Krummenacher[99] 1–8, 10–13, 18
21   Zaqhwan Zaidi[100] 15
70   Robin Mulhauser[101] 14
77   Dominique Aegerter[99] 1–8, 10–18
  Came IodaRacing Project Suter MMX2 5   Johann Zarco[58] 1–8, 10–18
  Federal Oil Gresini Moto2
  Thai Honda PTT Gresini Moto2
Suter MMX2 7   Doni Tata Pradita[58] 1–8, 10–12, 14–18
10   Thitipong Warokorn[102] 10–16
14   Ratthapark Wilairot[58] 1–8
94   Franco Morbidelli[103] 13, 17–18
  Gino Rea Race Team
  Gino Rea Montáže Brož Racing
FTR M213 8   Gino Rea[104] 4, 7–8, 11–14, 18
  Argiñano & Ginés Racing Speed Up SF13 8   Gino Rea[100] 15–17
17   Alberto Moncayo[58] 1–7, 10–14, 18
28   Román Ramos[105] 8
44   Steven Odendaal[58] 1–8, 10–18
  Blusens Avintia Kalex TBA 9   Kyle Smith[106] 1–8, 10
24   Toni Elías[107] 1–8, 10–12
27   Dani Rivas[108] 11–12
34   Ezequiel Iturrioz[103] 13–18
92   Álex Mariñelarena[103] 13–18
  Dynavolt Intact GP Kalex TBA 11   Sandro Cortese[3] 1–8, 10–18
  Interwetten Paddock
  Interwetten Paddock Moto2 Racing
  Interwetten Paddock Moto2
Suter MMX2 12   Thomas Lüthi[58] 2–8, 10–18
33   Sergio Gadea[109] 1
  NGM Mobile Forward Racing Speed Up SF13 15   Alex de Angelis[74] 1–8, 10–18
88   Ricard Cardús[98] 1–8, 10–18
  Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2
  Aspar Team Moto2
Suter MMX2 18   Nicolás Terol[110] 1–8, 10–18
81   Jordi Torres[111] 1–8, 10–18
  Desguaces La Torre Maptaq
  Desguaces La Torre SAG
  Maptaq SAG Zelos Team
Kalex Moto2 2012[112] 19   Xavier Siméon[58] 1–8, 10–18
23   Marcel Schrötter[58] 1–8, 10–18
  JiR Moto2 Motobi TSR6 22   Jason O'Halloran[113] 12–13
28   Román Ramos[114] 14
31   Kohta Nozane[115] 16, 18
35   Tetsuta Nagashima[116] 17
62   Fadli Immammuddin[100] 15
63   Mike Di Meglio[58] 1–8, 10–11
  Idemitsu Honda Team Asia Moriwaki MD600 25   Azlan Shah[103] 13–18
72   Yuki Takahashi[117] 1–8, 10–12
  TSR Motorsport Kalex TBA 27   Dani Rivas[118] 3, 6
  Italtrans Racing Team Kalex TBA 30   Takaaki Nakagami[119] 1–8, 10–18
60   Julián Simón[119] 1–8, 10–18
  Webike Team Norick NTS TSR TSR6 31   Kohta Nozane[116] 17
  Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex TBA 36   Mika Kallio[120] 1–8, 10–18
45   Scott Redding[120] 1–8, 10–18
  Tuenti HP 40 Kalex TBA 40   Pol Espargaró[58] 1–8, 10–18
49   Axel Pons[58] 1–8, 10–18
80   Esteve Rabat[58] 1–8, 10–18
  GP Tech Mistral 610 Mistral 610 43   James Rispoli[121] 10
  Singha Eneos Yamaha Tech3 Tech3 Mistral 610 46   Decha Kraisart[100] 15, 17
  Tech 3 Tech 3 Mistral 610 52   Danny Kent[122] 1–8, 10–17
96   Louis Rossi[123] 1–8, 10–18
99   Lucas Mahias[124] 18
  Petronas Raceline Malaysia Kalex TBA 55   Hafizh Syahrin[125] 4, 6, 15, 18
  TargoBank Motorsport Suter MMX2 92   Álex Mariñelarena[118] 3, 8
  QMMF Racing Team Speed Up SF13 95   Anthony West[58] 1–8, 10–18
97   Rafid Topan Sucipto[58] 1–8, 10–18
  Promoto Sport TransFIORmers TBA 99   Lucas Mahias[126] 11
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

Rider changesEdit

Riders' points standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has 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 QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   Pol Espargaró Kalex 1 Ret 3 19 4 1 1 3 4 4 8 1 3 2 1 1 29 265
2   Scott Redding Kalex 2 5 2 1 1 4 2 7 3 8 1 6 4 7 DNS Ret 15 225
3   Esteve Rabat Kalex 9 2 1 22 13 2 5 13 1 7 4 3 2 1 8 Ret 5 216
4   Mika Kallio Kalex 5 3 Ret 2 5 9 4 12 7 1 6 9 5 4 7 2 14 188
5   Dominique Aegerter Suter 4 4 8 4 10 8 3 9 5 13 5 5 13 5 6 8 10 158
6   Thomas Lüthi Suter DNS 11 Ret 9 3 8 6 13 3 3 4 Ret 3 2 3 7 155
7   Nicolás Terol Suter 14 1 5 Ret 2 16 17 Ret 12 6 11 10 1 18 9 6 1 150
8   Takaaki Nakagami Kalex 3 Ret 4 Ret Ret 5 DNS 10 2 2 2 2 11 8 22 9 13 149
9   Johann Zarco Suter 12 6 12 5 3 7 6 11 8 5 7 7 7 6 Ret Ret 3 141
10   Jordi Torres Suter 11 13 7 Ret 6 Ret 9 1 10 10 13 15 6 9 3 Ret 2 128
11   Simone Corsi Speed Up 7 15 13 11 7 10 Ret 2 6 9 9 Ret Ret 11 4 Ret 4 108
12   Xavier Siméon Kalex 10 12 6 3 Ret Ret 7 8 9 11 Ret 8 Ret Ret Ret 4 12 90
13   Julián Simón Kalex 6 19 16 8 17 15 10 4 11 Ret 12 12 8 10 Ret 5 11 81
14   Alex de Angelis Speed Up 8 8 14 9 8 Ret 15 5 14 Ret 14 14 Ret Ret 5 7 6 81
15   Mattia Pasini Speed Up Ret 7 15 6 24 11 18 19 25 14 10 11 9 Ret 16 10 9 58
16   Marcel Schrötter Kalex 13 11 10 13 12 Ret 13 Ret 15 Ret 16 13 12 14 21 12 18 38
17   Randy Krummenacher Suter 19 Ret 17 10 15 6 11 17 19 16 19 16 21 22
18   Toni Elías Kalex 15 9 9 Ret 11 Ret Ret 20 17 15 15 22
19   Sandro Cortese Kalex 17 25 18 12 14 Ret 14 14 16 Ret 20 Ret 10 Ret 11 15 16 22
20   Mike Di Meglio Motobi 16 10 19 7 18 12 Ret 24 20 Ret 19
21   Anthony West Speed Up DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ 10 11 8 19
22   Danny Kent Tech 3 18 17 26 15 21 13 19 Ret 22 12 18 18 15 12 13 DNS 16
23   Ricard Cardús Speed Up Ret 14 20 NC 19 23 16 16 18 18 17 Ret 19 13 12 17 22 9
24   Louis Rossi Tech 3 Ret 23 24 14 25 Ret 12 21 23 19 23 19 18 16 Ret Ret 23 6
25   Axel Pons Kalex Ret 16 Ret Ret Ret 14 21 15 Ret 20 21 17 16 Ret 24 13 20 6
26   Gino Rea FTR NC 24 23 Ret Ret 21 17 19 4
Speed Up 17 14 14
27   Álex Mariñelarena Suter Ret Ret 2
Kalex Ret 14 19 Ret Ret DNS
28   Doni Tata Pradita Suter 24 24 25 18 Ret 22 26 26 28 23 25 22 22 15 Ret 27 1
29   Hafizh Syahrin Kalex 21 18 15 Ret 1
  Kohta Nozane Motobi 17 Ret 0
TSR 16
  Ratthapark Wilairot Suter Ret 21 Ret Ret 16 Ret 20 22 0
  Alberto Moncayo Speed Up 25 Ret 23 16 22 21 23 26 Ret Ret Ret 21 28 0
  Yuki Takahashi Moriwaki 23 18 22 17 23 20 25 18 21 17 22 0
  Franco Morbidelli Suter 20 18 17 0
  Kyle Smith Kalex 21 20 Ret Ret 20 17 Ret Ret Ret 0
  Steven Odendaal Speed Up 22 22 21 20 Ret Ret 22 25 27 Ret DNS 22 Ret 20 18 19 26 0
  Azlan Shah Moriwaki 23 Ret 21 19 23 25 0
  Dani Rivas Kalex Ret 19 21 DNS 0
  Tetsuta Nagashima Motobi 20 0
  Rafid Topan Sucipto Speed Up 26 Ret 27 23 Ret Ret 27 27 30 25 27 25 25 24 20 Ret Ret 0
  Román Ramos Speed Up Ret 0
Motobi 20
  Sergio Gadea Suter 20 0
  Decha Kraisart Tech3 Ret 21 0
  Ezequiel Iturrioz Kalex 24 Ret Ret 23 22 30 0
  Lucas Mahias TransFIORmers 22 0
Tech 3 24
  Thitipong Warokorn Suter 29 24 26 26 24 23 DNS 0
  Robin Mulhauser Suter 23 0
  Jason O'Halloran Motobi 24 Ret 0
  James Rispoli Mistral 610 24 0
  Fadli Immammuddin Motobi Ret 0
  Zaqhwan Zaidi Suter Ret 0
Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
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 participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
Blue – Rookie

Constructors' standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has 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
  • Each constructor gets the same number of points as their best placed rider in each race.
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   Kalex 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 5 392
2   Suter 4 1 5 4 2 3 3 1 5 3 3 4 1 3 2 3 1 297
3   Speed Up 7 7 13 6 7 10 15 2 6 9 9 11 9 11 4 7 4 143
4   Tech 3 18 18 25 14 22 13 12 22 23 12 18 19 15 12 13 Ret 23 21
5   Motobi 16 10 20 7 18 12 Ret 25 21 Ret 25 Ret 20 Ret 17 20 Ret 19
  TSR 16 0
  FTR NC 25 24 Ret Ret 22 17 19 0
  Moriwaki 23 19 23 18 24 20 26 19 22 18 23 24 Ret 22 19 23 25 0
  Tech3 Ret 21 0
  TransFIORmers 23 0
  Mistral 610 25 0
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts

Moto3Edit

ParticipantsEdit

Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
  Ongetta–Centro Seta
  Ongetta–Rivacold
  Bimbo–Ongetta–Centro Seta
FTR Honda FTR M313 3   Matteo Ferrari[58] 1–8, 10–18
10   Alexis Masbou[59] 1–8, 10–18
32   Isaac Viñales[58] 1–8, 10–18
  San Carlo Team Italia FTR Honda FTR M313 4   Francesco Bagnaia[127] 1–8, 10–18
5   Romano Fenati[127] 1–8, 10–18
  Junior Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 KTM KTM RC250GP 6   María Herrera[128] 14
  Mahindra Racing Mahindra Mahindra MGP3O 7   Efrén Vázquez[129] 1–8, 10–18
44   Miguel Oliveira[129] 1–8, 10–18
55   Andrea Locatelli[130] 5, 13
  Caretta Technology – RTG FTR Honda FTR M313 8   Jack Miller[131] 1–8, 10–18
17   John McPhee[132] 1–8, 10–18
  Kiefer Racing Kalex KTM Kalex KTM 9   Toni Finsterbusch[133] 1–8, 10–18
43   Luca Grünwald[134] 16–17
66   Florian Alt[133] 1–4, 6–8, 10–15, 18
  Marc VDS Racing Team Kalex KTM Kalex KTM 11   Livio Loi[120] 1 3–8, 10–18
95   Jules Danilo[135] 4, 11
  Estrella Galicia 0,0 KTM KTM RC250GP 12   Álex Márquez[136] 1–8, 10–18
42   Álex Rins[136] 1–8, 10–18
  GMT Racing FTR FTR M313 16   Andrea Migno[137] 6, 11
  ARC Suter Suter MMX3 18   Christophe Arciero[135] 4
  La Fonte TascaRacing Honda FTR[138] M313 19   Alessandro Tonucci[139] 1–3
29   Hyuga Watanabe[139] 1–3
FTR Honda 19   Alessandro Tonucci[139] 4–8, 10–15
29   Hyuga Watanabe[139] 4–8, 10–18
80   Hafiq Azmi[140] 16–18
  Mahindra Spiel-Kiste Mahindra Mahindra MGP3O 21   Luca Amato[141] 8
  Ambrogio Racing Suter Honda Suter MMX3 21   Luca Amato[142] 11–12
41   Brad Binder[143] 1–8, 10–12
95   Jules Danilo[141] 8, 10
99   Danny Webb[144] 1–7
Mahindra Mahindra MGP3O 21   Luca Amato[142] 13–18
41   Brad Binder[143] 13–18
  Team Calvo KTM KTM RC250GP 22   Ana Carrasco[145] 1–8, 10–18
25   Maverick Viñales[145] 1–8, 10–18
  GO&FUN Gresini Moto3 FTR Honda FTR M313 23   Niccolò Antonelli[146] 1–8, 10–18
77   Lorenzo Baldassarri[146] 1–8, 10–18
  Avant Tecno KTM KTM RC250GP 31   Niklas Ajo[58] 1–8, 10–18
  Team Plus One & Endurance Honda Honda NSF250R 33   Sena Yamada[147] 17
  Racing Steps Foundation KRP KRP Honda KRP M3-02 37   Kyle Ryde[148] 12
98   Wayne Ryan[148] 12
  Red Bull KTM Ajo KTM KTM RC250GP 39   Luis Salom[149] 1–8, 10–18
61   Arthur Sissis[58] 1–8, 10–18
63   Zulfahmi Khairuddin[150] 1–8, 10–18
  Barker-McVey Racing Honda Honda NSF250R 47   Callum Barker[151] 16
  MIR Racing
  Cuna de Campeones
MIR Racing MIR Racing 49   Jorge Navarro[152] 3
MIR Honda 18
  Dutch Racing Team FTR Honda FTR M313 51   Bryan Schouten[153] 7, 14
  RW Racing GP
  Redox RW Racing GP
Kalex KTM Kalex KTM 53   Jasper Iwema[154] 1–8, 10–18
84   Jakub Kornfeil[155] 1–8, 10–18
  Mapfre Aspar Team Moto3 Kalex KTM Kalex KTM 57   Eric Granado[58] 1–8, 10–18
94   Jonas Folger[156] 1–8, 10–18
  CIP Moto3 TSR Honda TSR3C 58   Juan Francisco Guevara[157] 1–8, 10–18
89   Alan Techer[157] 1–8, 10–18
  Paddock TT Motion Events
  Tec Interwetten Moto3 Racing
  Interwetten Paddock Moto3
Kalex KTM Kalex KTM 65   Philipp Öttl[158] 1–8, 10–18
  Racing Team Van Leeuwen Bakker Honda EvL250 71   Thomas van Leeuwen[153] 7
  Bullet Racing Bullet Honda NSF250R 75   Lachlan Kavney[151] 16
  Touchline–SIC–AJO KTM KTM RC250GP 79   Aizat Malik[159] 15
80   Hafiq Azmi[148] 15
  Thomas Sabo GP Team Honda Honda NSF250R 86   Kevin Hanus[152] 3, 6, 8
  Team Honda Asia Honda Honda NSF250R 91   Hiroki Ono[147] 17
  Minimoto Portomaggiore Honda Honda NSF250R 93   Michael Coletti[130] 5
  Twelve Racing FTR Honda FTR M313 97   Luca Marini[160] 13
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

Notes:

  • ^1  — Livio Loi competed from the Spanish Grand Prix onwards, after reaching the age of 16 on 27 April which is the minimum age to compete in the championship.

Rider changesEdit

Riders' points standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has 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 QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   Maverick Viñales KTM 2 2 1 1 3 3 2 3 3 2 4 2 2 5 2 2 1 323
2   Álex Rins KTM 3 1 Ret 2 2 2 3 1 1 4 2 1 1 2 1 24 3 311
3   Luis Salom KTM 1 3 2 3 1 1 1 2 5 1 1 4 4 1 3 Ret 14 302
4   Álex Márquez KTM 4 Ret 23 5 5 4 5 5 2 5 3 3 3 4 4 1 4 213
5   Jonas Folger Kalex KTM 5 4 3 4 6 DNS 6 8 4 3 6 Ret 7 8 6 3 2 183
6   Miguel Oliveira Mahindra 7 5 16 Ret 4 6 4 4 8 9 5 7 5 3 26 4 10 150
7   Jack Miller FTR Honda 16 6 Ret 12 10 7 7 7 Ret 7 7 5 13 6 5 6 Ret 110
8   Alexis Masbou FTR Honda 14 8 10 9 12 8 9 Ret 12 6 8 Ret 11 7 10 Ret 6 94
9   Efrén Vázquez Mahindra 10 14 8 DNS DNS 5 12 6 Ret 11 10 12 10 Ret 7 Ret 5 82
10   Romano Fenati FTR Honda 15 Ret 9 7 Ret 15 14 13 9 18 12 10 8 9 14 5 11 73
11   Jakub Kornfeil Kalex KTM 22 10 5 6 Ret Ret 16 11 10 8 9 13 Ret 13 12 11 16 68
12   Zulfahmi Khairuddin KTM 6 7 7 Ret 11 9 17 16 7 15 20 6 Ret DNS 11 Ret 13 68
13   Brad Binder Suter Honda 12 9 4 8 14 12 15 9 Ret Ret Ret 66
Mahindra 18 12 11 15 10 12
14   Niklas Ajo KTM 9 15 6 Ret 8 Ret 10 18 11 Ret 15 11 21 12 9 8 Ret 62
15   Arthur Sissis KTM 8 12 12 13 18 10 8 10 6 14 24 15 9 19 16 16 18 59
16   Niccolò Antonelli FTR Honda Ret Ret Ret Ret 7 Ret 13 15 16 10 13 8 14 Ret 8 9 27 47
17   Isaac Viñales FTR Honda Ret 13 17 10 13 11 11 12 Ret Ret 11 14 18 14 13 Ret 7 47
18   Philipp Öttl Kalex KTM 17 17 20 15 19 18 22 17 19 17 16 9 6 10 Ret 13 9 34
19   John McPhee FTR Honda Ret 21 11 11 16 19 21 23 20 13 14 20 23 17 17 7 Ret 24
20   Danny Webb Suter Honda 11 11 13 DNS 17 14 Ret 15
21   Ana Carrasco KTM 20 20 Ret 19 26 22 29 24 17 23 22 19 20 15 19 18 8 9
22   Livio Loi Kalex KTM 15 16 25 Ret 23 22 14 21 19 22 15 18 18 12 Ret 8
23   Alan Techer TSR Honda Ret Ret Ret 23 20 13 18 19 13 19 Ret 17 Ret Ret 25 14 DNS 8
24   Jasper Iwema Kalex KTM 13 Ret 14 21 15 Ret Ret 14 Ret 16 28 21 22 Ret 20 25 21 8
25   Eric Granado Kalex KTM 26 23 19 24 9 26 28 Ret Ret 22 29 Ret 16 24 21 19 17 7
26   Alessandro Tonucci Honda 18 18 18 6
FTR Honda 14 Ret 16 25 26 Ret 12 Ret 16 27 DNS
27   Matteo Ferrari FTR Honda 24 19 21 17 Ret 24 27 20 15 20 17 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret 15 2
28   Hyuga Watanabe Honda 27 DNS 24 1
FTR Honda 25 27 23 31 27 Ret 29 23 28 24 22 Ret 15 19
  Francesco Bagnaia FTR Honda 23 22 26 20 24 17 26 30 Ret 28 Ret Ret 17 16 Ret 20 Ret 0
  Juan Francisco Guevara TSR Honda 21 16 Ret 22 Ret 20 Ret 25 Ret Ret Ret 27 28 21 27 22 23 0
  Lorenzo Baldassarri FTR Honda 28 Ret 22 Ret 23 21 20 Ret Ret Ret 18 23 26 23 24 17 20 0
  Florian Alt Kalex KTM 25 Ret Ret Ret DNS 30 29 18 27 25 Ret Ret DNS 26 0
  Toni Finsterbusch Kalex KTM 19 Ret Ret 18 21 Ret 24 21 Ret 25 21 26 Ret Ret 23 21 24 0
  Bryan Schouten FTR Honda 19 19 0
  Luca Amato Mahindra Ret 24 25 20 28 Ret Ret 0
Suter Honda 30 26
  Jules Danilo Kalex KTM Ret 24 0
Suter Honda 28 21
  Jorge Navarro MIR Racing Ret 0
MIR Honda 22
  Luca Grünwald Kalex KTM 22 Ret 0
  Andrea Locatelli Mahindra 22 25 0
  Sena Yamada Honda 23 0
  Hafiq Azmi KTM Ret 0
FTR Honda 29 26 25
  Andrea Migno FTR 25 26 0
  Kevin Hanus Honda 25 27 Ret 0
  Christophe Arciero Suter 26 0
  Kyle Ryde KRP Honda 27 0
  Michael Coletti Honda 28 0
  María Herrera KTM 29 0
  Lachlan Kavney Bullet 30 0
  Wayne Ryan KRP Honda 30 0
  Hiroki Ono Honda Ret 0
  Aizat Malik KTM Ret 0
  Luca Marini FTR Honda Ret 0
  Thomas van Leeuwen Bakker Honda Ret 0
  Callum Barker Honda DNQ 0
Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
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 participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
Blue – Rookie

Constructors' standingsEdit

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has 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
  • Each constructor gets the same number of points as their best placed rider in each race.
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
1   KTM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 425
2   Kalex KTM 5 4 3 4 6 18 6 8 4 3 6 9 6 8 6 3 2 191
3   Mahindra 7 5 8 Ret 4 5 4 4 8 9 5 7 5 3 7 4 5 173
4   FTR Honda 14 6 9 7 7 7 7 7 9 6 7 5 8 6 5 5 6 151
5   Suter Honda 11 9 4 8 14 12 15 9 21 30 26 47
6   TSR Honda 21 16 Ret 22 20 13 18 19 13 19 Ret 17 28 21 25 14 23 8
  Honda 18 18 18 28 27 Ret DNQ 23 0
  MIR Honda 22 0
  FTR 25 26 0
  Suter 26 0
  KRP Honda 27 0
  Bullet 30 0
  Bakker Honda Ret 0
  MIR Racing Ret 0
Pos Constructor QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts

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