All of the critical Moto3™ numbers and facts for the bwin Grand Prix České republiky after a unique Indy GP.
- Danny Kent was on the podium for the first time at Brno last year, in third place – one of only two podium finishes for Kent in 2014. Kent’s 21st place in Indianapolis ended a sequence of eleven top four finishes that started when he was fourth at Sepang last year.
- Enea Bastianini finished second at Brno last year, one of three podium finishes he achieved in his rookie season in grand prix racing.
- Alexis Masbou took his maiden GP victory at Brno last year in what was his 133rd Grand Prix start, all of which have been in the Moto3™/125cc class. This set a record for the number of race starts to the first grand prix win in the lightweight class.
- Romano Fenati set a new Moto3™ lap record last year at Brno on his way to finishing in elebenth place, just 1.042 seconds behind race winner Alexis Masbou.
- Masbou is the only rider currently competing in the Moto3™ class who has won a grand prix race at the Brno circuit.
- Last year at Brno, the last point scoring finisher in the Moto3™ race, Czech rider Karel Hanika, crossed the line just 1.838 seconds behind race winner Masbou; this is the closest top fifteen of all-time in the 67 years of motorcycle grand prix racing.
- The last rider to win the lightweight-class (Moto3™/125cc) Czech Grand Prix having started from pole position is Thomas Luthi in 2005.
- Following his win in Indianapolis, Livio Loi could become the first ever Belgian rider to take back-to-back grand prix wins.