– Marc Marquez’ second-place finish at the British GP was the 127th time he has been on the podium in his Grand Prix career. Only five riders have been on the podium on more occasions in Grand Prix racing.
– At the British GP, it was the 60th pole position for Marc Marquez for what was his 120th start in the premier class, meaning he has qualified on pole position in exactly half of the races he has competed in since he stepped up to the premier class of Grand Prix racing back in 2013.
– At the British GP Maverick Vinales stood on the podium for the 60th time in his Grand Prix career, one less than soon-to-be MotoGP Legend Jorge “Aspar” Martinez, Tom Luthi and Pier Paolo Bianchi.
– With Marcos Ramirez, Augusto Fernandez and Alex Rins, the British GP was the third hat-track of wins for Spain this season (along with Barcelona and Austria) and the 35th overall in the 125cc/Moto3, 250cc/Moto2 and 500cc/MotoGP classes.
– Over the last 21 races he has finished, Marc Marquez has always been on the podium and finished third only once, in Brno last season.
– The MotoGP podium at Silverstone was the 20th in the premier class with three Spanish riders; the 19th with Marc Marquez and five riders have been on the podium on more occasions in Grand Prix racing.the first where it was Alex Rins who won the race.
– The win for Alex Rins at the British GP was the fourth victory for a Suzuki rider since the introduction of the MotoGP class in 2002.