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Interesting stats and info for the 125cc GP in Brno

Interesting stats and info for the 125cc GP in Brno

Interesting stats and info for the 125cc GP in Brno

The last rider to take back-to-back wins in the 125cc class was Arnaud Vincent at Donington and then Sachsenring last year. This makes a record 16 races in the 125cc class without a rider taking back-to-back victories.

Alex de Angelis starts from pole for the first time since the opening race of 2003 at Suzuka. De Angelis finished eighth at Brno last year after starting from pole for the first time in his Grand Prix career. De Angelis' pole position time is the fastest ever lap of Brno by a 125cc machine.

Steve Jenkner's second place on the grid is his best ever qualifying result in Grand Prix racing.
Last year's winner at Brno, Lucio Cecchinello has finished in the top five at the Czech GP for the last six years. Cecchinello has scored just 14 points in the four races since his victory at the Italian Grand Prix.

Dani Pedrosa has finished in the top five eighteen times in the twenty-five races since the start of 2002, including thirteen times on the podium.
Stefano Perugini finished on the podium in the 125cc GP at Brno back in 1994, his first season of Grand Prix racing.
Mirko Giansanti is the only rider in the 125cc class to have scored points at all nine Grand Prix races this year.

Gabor Talmacsi's eighth place on the grid is his best qualifying result of 2003. Czech wild-card Marketa Janakova is the youngest female rider ever to compete in a motorcycle Grand Prix race.

Tags:
125cc, 2003, GAULOISES GRAND PRIX ČESKÉ REPUBLIKY

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