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MotoGP is so unpredictable and exciting that, with Francesco Bagnaia's victory in the Aragon GP, ​​there are now eight different winners in the 't


MotoGP is so unpredictable and exciting that, with Francesco Bagnaia’s victory in the Aragon GP, ​​there are now eight different winners in the ‘twelve plus one’ races so far in the championship, and that means being to one of the record of different winners set in the 2020 and 2016 seasons.

The one who takes this course the most is Quartararo, that has been imposed five times (Qatar 2, Portugal, Italy, Holland and England). Then this Miller with two (Spain and France) and the Australian is followed with one Maverick (Qatar 1), Oliveira (Catalonia), Marquez (Germany), Martin (Austria 1), Binder (Austria 2) and Bagnaia (Aragon). There are still five races to go and there are drivers whose victory would not come as a surprise, such as Mir, Rins, Aleix or Pol, who took pole position at Silverstone.

In 2020, the list of eight winners in a championship of only 14 races was made up of Quartararo (Jerez 1, Jerez 2 and Montmeló), Morbidelli (Misano 1, Aragón 2 and Valencia 2), Oliveira (Austria 2 and Portugal), Binder (Brno) , Dovizioso (Austria 1), Maverick (Misano 2) and Rins (Aragon 1).

And in 2016, Those who climbed to the highest step of the podium were Lorenzo (Qatar, France, Italy and Valencia), Márquez (Argentina, Texas, Germany, Aragon and Japan), Rossi (Spain and Catalonia), Miller (Holland), Iannone (Austria) , Crutchlow (Czech Rep.), Maverick (England), Pedrosa (San Marino) and Dovizioso (Malaysia).