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Aprilia up to joint third on win list

Victory for Nico Terol in the 125cc class at last month's Qatar Grand Prix was the 275th race win for Aprilia across all grand prix classes, the same number as achieved by MV Agusta.

Only two manufacturers, Honda and Yamaha, have achieved more grand prix victories.

The following table shows the ten most successful manufacturers in terms of grand prix wins:

Grand prix race wins by manufacturer:

1. Honda: 630 55 (MotoGP) 156 (500) 35 (350) 207 (250) 164 (125) 13 (50)
2. Yamaha: 451 52 (MotoGP) 120 (500) 67 (350) 165 (250) 47 (125)
3. MV-Agusta: 275 139 (500) 76 (350) 26 (250) 34 (125)
4. Aprilia: 275 143 (250) 132 (125)
5. Suzuki: 155 1 (MotoGP) 89 (500) 35 (125) 30 (50)
6. Derbi: 93 1 (250) 50 (125) 25 (80) 17 (50)
7. Kawasaki: 85 2 (500) 28 (350) 45 (250) 10 (125)
8. Kreidler: 71 71 (50)
9. Gilera: 59 35 (500) 4 (250) 12 (250) 8 (125)
10. Garelli: 51 44 (125) 7 (50)

Tagged as: Aprilia , 125 , Qatar , MV Agusta

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Terol, Qatar 125GP 2010
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Crutchlow, Qatar MotoGP 2014
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bringBACKthe990s - Unregistered

April 29, 2010 2:52 PM

Honda4life While u are correct about where the majority of fan backlash towards Honda comes from.....let me add some insite.... U obviously have no experience working with the mfgs.....let me tell u that from the inside looking out, there is no worse company than Honda. With kawi a close second. If fans had the slightest clue what Honda's corporate structure is like, how they mistreat there atheletes, there total arrogance and disrespect towards there competition, and the amount of serious manipulation and crimes against motorsport and its fans due to the fact that Honda secretly has owned the FIM since its birth..... If u knew just a fraction of the facts.....u too would hate Honda.

bringBACKthe990s - Unregistered

April 29, 2010 2:59 PM

Cont...... Honda doest have half the integrity of oems such as Yamaha or ducati. Trust me, as a former professional myself. Those in the paddoocks know. But as a fan....I too would naturally be a fan of Honda. As I was myself prior to my pro racing experience. Honda makes great products for its customers, that are second to none. Honda reliability is top notch. But unfortunately Honda's quality in there workmanship isn't matched in their corporate behavior.

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