A weekend crowd of 240,695 fans made the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno the most well attended event of the 2014 season.

Jerez in Spain and the Sachsenring in Germany also topped the 200,000 weekend mark, while 14 of the 18 rounds pulled in 100,000 plus spectators.

At the opposite end of the scale, the season-opening Qatar night race continues to attract the lowest amount of trackside fans at just 17,890. The next least attended was the Japanese round at Motegi, with 70,271.

Related Articles

Total attendance at all 2014 grands prix was 2,473,624, compared with 2,433,763 in 2013.

2014 MotoGP attendance by event: Ranking by highest first
1. Czech Republic Brno 240,695 (weekend total)
2. Spain Jerez 229,416
3. Germany Sachsenring 209,408
4. Spain Valencia 197,000
5. France Le Mans 178,073
6. Spain Barcelona-Catalunya 163,045
7. UK Silverstone 138,000
8. USA Indianapolis 132,817
9. Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 131,000
10. Malaysia Sepang 130,925
11. Argentina Termas de Rio Hondo 125,961
12. USA Austin 118,918
13. Spain MotorLand Aragon 112,331
14. Italy Mugello 111,309
15. San Marino Misano 88,665
16. Australia Phillip Island 77,900
17. Japan Twin Ring Motegi 70,271
18. Qatar Losail 17,890 Season total = 2,473,624