MotoGP German GP numbers

The Marquez exploit, Bagnaia's record, the popularity of the event: discover the figures for the German MotoGP Grand Prix.

Published on 09/07/2024 à 16:07

Luca Bartolomeo

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MotoGP German GP numbers

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Unprecedented popularity

More than a quarter of a million fans traveled to the Sachsenring last weekend for the German Grand Prix in MotoGP, a new record for the event. With 252 entries, the Grand Prix weekend was also one of the busiest in the history of the discipline.

Connected rankings

After signing Ducati's 94th victory in his 94th MotoGP start, Francesco Bagnaia moves forward with the brand, and records the brand's 95th in his 95th start.

Stoner beaten

The reigning world champion reached the podium for the 42nd time with Ducati. He is now tied with Borgo Panigale legend Casey Stoner. The No. 1, however, overtook the Australian in another table. That of the representatives of Bologna who have the most victories under the banner of the Italian manufacturer. Bagnaia now has 24 achievements to his name.

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The resilience of Marc Marquez

Foolproof regularity

The retirement of Fabio Di Giannantonio allows Brad Binder, who finished ninth, to remain the only driver to have scored points in the first nine races of the season.


After just nine rounds, Marc Marquez reached the podium for the fourth time this year. This allows him to match the number of podiums he achieved in 2021 when he was returning from injury. Whereas three years ago three of those were victories, in 2024 he has taken three of his four podiums starting from 13th place or worse.

Family affair

Marc and Alex Marquez rode jointly on the box at the Sachsenring. This is the first time two brothers have shared a podium in the premier class since Nobuatsu and Takuma Aoki at Imola in 1997.

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Statistics compiled by Dr. Thomas Morsellino

Luca Bartolomeo

Certified Belgian without accent who writes with pleasure for a French site. In charge of MotoGP

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