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Rossi’s MotoGP stats.

This is where Valentino Rossi sits in Motorcycle Grand Prix history, which began in 1949, after winning his seventh 500cc/MotoGP crown in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

The 30-year-old Italian raced in 125cc from 1996-1997, 250cc from 1998-1999 and 500cc/MotoGP from 2000 to present...


Premier-class - 500cc/MotoGP:

World Championship titles - 500cc/MotoGP:
1. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 8
2. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 7
3. Mick Doohan (AUS) 5

Race wins - 500cc/MotoGP:
1. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 77
2. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 68
3. Mick Doohan (AUS) 54

Pole positions - 500cc/MotoGP:
1. Mick Doohan (AUS) 58
2. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 48
3. Kevin Schwantz (USA) 29

Podiums - 500cc/MotoGP:
1. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 127
2. Mick Doohan (AUS) 95
3. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 88

Fastest laps - 500cc/MotoGP:
1. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 69
2. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 63
3. Mick Doohan (AUS) 46


Motorcycle Grand Prix - all classes:

World Championship titles - all classes:
1. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 15
2. Angel Nieto (SPA) 13
=3. Mike Hailwood (GBR) 9
=3. Carlo Ubbiali (ITA) 9
=3. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 9

Race wins - all classes:
1. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 122
2. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 103
3. Angel Nieto (SPA) 90

Pole positions - all classes:
=1. Mick Doohan (AUS) 58
=1. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 58
3. Max Biaggi (ITA) 56

Podiums - all classes:
1. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 163
2. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 159
3. Angel Nieto (SPA) 139

Fastest laps - all classes:
1. Giacomo Agostini (ITA) 117
2. Valentino Rossi (ITA) 83
3. Angel Nieto (SPA) 81



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Pedrosa, Valencia MotoGP test, November 2016

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The Morgue

October 25, 2009 9:11 AM
Last Edited 2595 days ago

Wow, what can you say :) Valentino keeps rising in the all time ranks, he will probably not reach Ago's total of 15 WC's or his tally of wins but the specialty about him is that he did it in a field full of works bikes and probably the toughest competition around. Time for a beer! :p

Ausrossi - Unregistered

October 25, 2009 9:43 AM

Interesting facts. As many have said statistically Ago will probably continue to hold the most WCs, but the MV Augusta issue totally undermines his contention for GOAT. Rossi especially this year (where no one can deny that the competition has been fierce, apart from Casey having to have a rest :?) has won through determination, skill and nerve, all hallmarks of a champion. Rather than a bike with twice the hp of its nearest competitor (in one season Ago lapped the entire field in all 13 races that season). Equally most telling is that while Hailwood was on the MV with him Ago did not win a WC on the MV it was not until he went to the Honda team that Ago started winning on the MV



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