MotoGP 2021. The Jerez GP from 0 to 10 – MotoGP

MotoGP 2021. The Jerez GP from 0 to 10 – MotoGP
MotoGP 2021. The Jerez GP from 0 to 10 – MotoGP

Never so bad in his career

For the third consecutive GP, Valentino Rossi did not score any points: it had never happened, in his entire career, that in the first four races of the season, he scored points only in one of them. The confirmation of a very difficult moment.

Zero, like the points scored by Rossi in the last three GPs

An encouraging result

Throughout 2020, Romano Fenati he had only achieved one podium, winning at Misano2. Romano returned to the podium on Sunday, thanks to an excellent second place: we hope he will give Romano confidence and determination for the rest of the season.

One, like Fenati’s podiums in 2020 (and 2021)

Like in Mugello in 2015

Marc Marquez he failed to enter Q2: this is the second time this has happened since racing in MotoGP, after Marquez started from 13th position in the 2015 Italian GP, ​​and then fell in the race.

Two, like the times that Marquez did not enter Q2.

On trial, you can’t do better

In quattro GP, Aleix Espargaro he always started from the third row: eighth in Qatar1, seventh in Qatar2, seventh in Portugal, eighth in Spain.

Three, like the starting row of A. Espargaro in the first 4 GPs

Unbeatable in testing

In 2019, Fabio Quartararo conquered the first pole of his career in MotoGP at Jerez: since then, no rider has managed to stay ahead of him in qualifying on the Spanish circuit and Fabio started in front of everyone in Jerez for the fourth consecutive time (twice in 2020). A first for this circuit. There are 12 poles in MotoGP, 15th of Quartararo’s career.

Four, like Quartararo’s consecutive poles at Jerez

A Marquez in front of everyone

In the ranking, alas negative, of falls, there is in front of everyone in MotoGP Alex Marquez, with five slips, like those of Aleix Espargaro. Four riders have never crashed this season: Bagnaia, Mir, Morbidelli and Vinales.

Gaps lower than those of Moto3

What happened in the MotoGP FP3 is nothing short of sensational: the first six riders were enclosed in less than a tenth (0 “098), Jack Miller, tenth, entered directly into Q2 with a gap of 0 ”203. Crazy.

Six, like the riders in less than a tenth in the MotoGP FP3

The last time, at Mugello in 2018

Jack Miler first, Pecco Bagnaia second: this one from Jerez was there seventh double in the history of Ducati. The last time it happened at Mugello in 2018, with Jorge Lorenzo first ahead of Andrea Dovizioso.

Seven, like the Ducati double in MotoGP

Like Reggiani

Jack Miler achieved his second MotoGP victory, the eighth of his career, as, among others, Loris Reggiani. With nine wins there are riders like Sete Gibernau, Roberto Locatelli, Ezio Gianola.

Eight, like Miller’s victories in the world championship

An unforgettable race

Fabio Di Giannantonio won his first success in Moto2, the third of his career. His was a great race, won by detachment and without any uncertainty. Very good.

Rated nine, to Di Giannantonio

In the name of Fausto

The Gresini family, with his wife Nadia and their children Luca (present in Jerez) and Lorenzo decided to continue Fausto’s path, thus ensuring an important future for the whole team. All good, with applause to Carlo Merlini who has worked flawlessly in recent months.

I vote ten, to the Gresini team

Already in history

Once again, for the third consecutive GP, it is necessary add praise, because what he is doing Pedro Acosta is truly out of the ordinary: no one, I repeat no one, at the debut he had won three wins and a second place in the first four races. It will probably be only the first of many firsts for this little boy who, once again, did something exceptional: first the overtaking at six that allowed him to move from third to first position, then how he closed the trajectory on the last lap. . Absolute phenomenon.

Vote ten and praise, to Acosta

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