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First Spanish triplet of the year and number 36 in history

Since August 25, 2019, at Silverstone, there has not been a Spanish triplet in the World Cup like the one that has occurred in the GP of the Ameri


Since August 25, 2019, at Silverstone, there has not been a Spanish triplet in the World Cup like the one that has occurred in the GP of the Americas. So it was thanks to Álex Rins (MotoGP), Augusto Fernández (Moto2) and Marcos Ramírez (Moto3) and now it has been by the work and grace of Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Raúl Fernández (Moto2) and Izan Guevara (Moto3). Different protagonists and the same happiness.

With this there are already 36 triplets, with the addition of Guevara’s appearance for the first time. The Mallorcan enters the select club of Spanish winners of the GGPP that Salvador Cañelllas inaugurated with his 1968 triumph in Montjuïc.

Chronology of the 36 Spanish triplets in the 3 categories

1. France 2003: Sete Gibernau (MotoGP), Toni Elías (250) and Dani Pedrosa (125).

2. Great Britain 2006: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Jorge Lorenzo (250) and Álvaro Bautista (125).

3. Valencia 2009: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Héctor Barberá (250) and Julián Simón (125).

4. Spain 2010: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Pol Espargaró (125).

5. France 2010: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Pol Espargaró (125).

6. Germany 2010: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Marc Márquez (125).

7. Czech Republic 2010: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Nicolás Terol (125).

8. Indianapolis 2010: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Nicolás Terol (125).

9. San Marino 2010: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Toni Elías (Moto2) and Marc Márquez (125).

10. Italy 2011: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Marc Márquez (Moto2) and Nicolás Terol (125).

11. Germany 2011: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Marc Márquez (Moto2) and Héctor Faubel (125).

12. San Marino 2011: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Marc Márquez (Moto2) and Nicolás Terol (125).

13. Qatar 2012: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Marc Márquez (Moto2) and Maverick Viñales (Moto3).

14. England 2012: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Maverick Viñales (Moto3).

15. Indianapolis 2012: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Marc Márquez (Moto2) and Luis Salom (Moto3).

16. Aragon 2012: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Luis Salom (Moto3).

17. Qatar 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Luis Salom (Moto3).

18. Austin 2013: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Nicolás Terol (Moto2) and Alex Rins (Moto3).

19. Spain 2013: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Tito Rabat (Moto2) and Maverick Viñales (Moto3).

20. Catalonia 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Luis Salom (Moto3).

21. Germany 2013: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Jordi Torres (Moto2) and Álex Rins (Moto3).

22. Indianapolis 2013: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Esteve Rabat (Moto2) and Álex Rins (Moto3).

23. San Marino 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Álex Rins (Moto3).

24. Aragon 2013: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Nicolás Terol (Moto2) and Álex Rins (Moto3).

25. Malaysia 2013: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Tito Rabat (Moto2) and Luis Salom (Moto3).

26. Australia 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Álex Rins (Moto3).

27. Japan 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Pol Espargaró (Moto2) and Alex Márquez (Moto3).

28. Valencia 2013: Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP), Nicolás Terol (Moto2), Maverick Viñales (Moto3).

29. Catalonia 2014: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Tito Rabat (Moto2) and Alex Márquez (Moto3).

30. England 2014: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Tito Rabat (Moto2) and Alex Rins (Moto3).

31. Malaysia 2014: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Maverick Viñales (Moto2) and Efrén Vázquez (Moto3).

32. Spain 2017: Dani Pedrosa (MotoGP), Álex Márquez (Moto2) and Arón Canet (Moto3).

33. Catalonia 2019: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Álex Márquez (Moto2) and Marcos Ramírez (Moto3).

34. Czech Rep. 2019: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Álex Márquez (Moto2) and Arón Canet (Moto3).

35. England 2019: Álex Rins (MotoGP), Augusto Fernández (Moto2) and Marcos Ramírez (Moto3).

36 Austin 2021: Marc Márquez (MotoGP), Raúl Fernández (Moto2) and Izan Guevara (Moto3).