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Dunlop’s 100 Moto2™ races in numbers

Dunlop’s 100 Moto2™ races in numbers

Check out these cool facts from Dunlop as Moto2™ prepares to celebrate its 100th race!

Dunlop celebrates the 100th Moto2™ race at Aragon, 65 months after the first race was won by Shoya Tomizawa in 2010. In this time there have been:

26 different race winners

42 different podium riders

16 the most races won by a single rider (Marc Marquez)

5 different champions  (Toni Elias, Stefan Bradl, Marc Marquez, Pol Espargaro, Tito Rabat)

7 Winning Manufacturers:  Kalex (47), Shuter (32), Moriwaki (8), Speed Up (7), Motobi (2), FTR (2), Tech3 (1)

55% history of breaking records: 90 circuit and best lap records broken out of 162 opportunities

2.01 seconds / 1.95% - The average improvement in pole position lap times

55.4 seconds / 2.2% faster races – the average improvement in race time

33 Dunlop Options - 14 Front & 29 rear Dunlop compounds have been available for the 100 races

674 points have been scored by Dominique Aegerter – the most of any Moto2™ rider

6 – the number of riders competing in all six seasons: Aegerter, Corsi, Luthi, Pons, Simon, Simeon and West

346 – the highest number of points scored in one season (Rabat 2014)

75 riders have scored points in Moto2™ races

316540 km – the distance covered by Moto2™ riders in the first 99 races.

633080 km – the distance covered by Dunlop tyres in Moto2™ races – that’s more than 15 times round the earth’s circumference and nearly twice the distance to the moon

61238 km – the largest distance covered by Moto2™ riders in any season – 2011

67857 laps have been ridden during the 99 Moto2™ races

3464 grid positions have been occupied from the first Moto2™ race

35 – the most riders to ever complete a Moto2™ race (Indianapolis 2011). Just 19 riders finished at the same track in 2014 and 19 also finished at Le Mans in 2012.


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