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Salom leads combined MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 points table

Which motorcycle grand prix rider has scored the most points so far this year?
The following table shows which riders - from all three grand prix classes - have scored the most points during the opening eight rounds of this year's MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 World Championships.

The maximum score possible is 200 points...

1. Luis Salom KTM - Moto3 172 points (0 non-scores)
2. Maverick Viñales KTM - Moto3 158 points (0 non-scores)
3. Scott Redding Kalex - Moto2 143 points (0 non-scores)
4. Alex Rins KTM - Moto3 142 points (1 non-score)
5. Marc Marquez Honda - MotoGP 138 points (1 non-score)
6. Dani Pedrosa Honda - MotoGP 136 points (1 non-score)
7. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha - MotoGP 127 points (1 non-score)
8. Pol Espargaro Kalex - Moto2 120 points (2 non-scores)
9. Cal Crutchlow Yamaha - MotoGP 107 points (1 non-score)
10. Valentino Rossi Yamaha - MotoGP 101 points (1 non-score)

UPDATE: Here are the manufacturer points scored across all three classes, indicating the relative level of brand dominance within each class. Maximum score is again 200 (KTM has won every Moto3 race)...

1. KTM Moto3 200 points
2. Kalex Moto2 186 points
3. Honda MotoGP 176 points
4. Yamaha MotoGP 172 points
5. Suter Moto2 139 points



Related Pictures

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Luis Salom, German Moto3 Race 2013
Salom, Moto3 race, German MotoGP 2013
Alex Marquez, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Alex Marquez, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, Wins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Alex Marquez, Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins overtakes Miller, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Alex Marquez, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Rins, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014
Alex Marquez, Rins, Team, San Marino Moto3 Race 2014

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RTW

July 16, 2013 4:12 PM

This article is very intersting. Means based on the data, that the motor is almost the same specifications do not guarantee that the game will be tight. So in fact the only reason the idiot who said more interesting to watch moto2 or moto3 than the MotoGP, The real reason just because the riders that they support not win.



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