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Which motorcycle constructors have won the most in Jerez?

Honda has 22 premier class wins at Jerez. The most recent in 2019, with Marc Marquez winning from 3rd on the grid. Yamaha has 10 premier class wins at Jerez, while Ducati has 4 premier class wins at Jerez.

News: Which motorcycle constructors have won the most in Jerez?

Most wins: Honda 22 - Yamaha 10 - Ducati 4 - Suzuki 2

Honda: Honda has 22 premier class wins in Jerez. The most recent in 2019, with Marc Marquez winning from 3rd on the grid. Marquez qualified with a pole just once in this class on this circuit, in 2014 when he won the race. Honda riders won 10 of the last 22 MotoGP races in Jerez since 2002.

Yamaha: Yamaha has 10 premier class wins in Jerez, 9 in the MotoGP since 2002 with three different riders: Rossi (2005, 2007, 2009, 2016), Lorenzo (2010, 2011, 2015), and Quartararo (2020/1), his first win in this class, and 2020/2). Quartararo qualified with a pole 4 times in a row from 2019 (his first pole in
this class) to 2021.

Ducati: Ducati has 4 premier class wins in Jerez, with Capirossi in 2006 (from a pole), Miller in 2021 (his second win in this class), and Bagnaia in 2022 (from a pole) and in 2023.

Aprilia: Aleix Espargaro’s P3 in 2022 is Aprilia’s best premier class result in Jerez, while he was in pole position in 2023.

KTM: Brad Binder finished the P2 in Jerez in 2023, which is KTM's best result on this track in the class. Miller was in the P3, which is the only other podium for KTM on this track in this class. Binder also won his first ever Sprint in Jerez last year.

The number of current full-time riders on the MotoGP grid, who have reached the podium in the premier class in Jerez, are 10: Marc Marquez (7), Maverick Viñales (3), Quartararo (3), Bagnaia (3), Miller (2), Johann Zarco (1), Alex Rins (1), Franco Morbidelli (1), A. Espargaro (1), and Binder (1).

Instead, the number of current full-time riders with a pole position in the MotoGP in Jerez are 4: Quartararo (4), M. Marquez (1), Bagnaia (1), and A. Espargarò (1).

Translated by Leila Myftija

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