With the 2019 MotoGP world championship over and all riders heading off for their winter breaks before next season’s preparations really ramp up, it gives an ideal time to add up all the Rider Ratings to see who comes out on top.

Crash.net’s Rider Ratings weigh up all competitor targets and performances in relation to expectations, rather than purely down to points scored in the championship, to provide an order which doesn’t purely reflect the final riders’ world championship standings.

At races where riders failed to take part in either qualifying or the race (or both) they have not been given a score for that particular round in order to give a fairer reflection on their performances.

A total of 12 perfect 10 scores were handed out across the 19-round campaign, with Marquez picking up five of them on his way to the MotoGP world title closely followed by Quartararo as standout rookie with three 10 out of 10 ratings.

Despite an inconsistent season by his own high standards, Dovizioso picked up two top scores, while Ducati team-mate Petrucci and factory Yamaha’s Vinales secured a 10 each for their respective wins at Mugello and Sepang.

As a result, three of those riders feature at the top of the average MotoGP ratings, while Red Bull KTM’s Espargaro makes a standout appearance in the top four despite a tougher time in the MotoGP points scoring table.

Here are the MotoGP Rider Ratings with a final average for 2019 across the 19-race season.

MotoGP 2019 - Rider Ratings
RankRiderQatarArgentinaUSASpainFranceItalyCataloniaThe NetherlandsGermanyCzech RepublicAustriaGreat BritainSan MarinoAragonThailandJapanAustraliaMalaysiaValenciaAverages
1Marc Marquez9959109991099991010109.5899
2Fabio Quartararo7881086109679598.59.58.566.5108
3Andrea Dovizioso1087888775.5810668776887.5
4Pol Espargaro77579.58887.57789N/A7.57777.57.4
5Maverick Vinales776966.5899.5667.576877.51067.3
6Jack Miller77868676696769669797.1
7Alex Rins889967655.5779.57.567766.56.57
8Aleix Espargaro76597.57.576.56.556878.57.56.56686.9
9Franco Morbidelli76888.5677.5655876.578.55.56.566.8
10Takaaki Nakagami877769.5776.596655.56.55N/AN/AN/A6.8
11Cal Crutchlow965777.557976646.5678.
12Valentino Rossi889784745.5777675367.556.4
13Miguel Oliveira787656.566.55786.556.55.57N/AN/AN/A6.4
14Joan Mir865636.58775N/AN/A54779676.3
15Andrea Iannone637N/A6667.56.5668N/A7549456
16Johann Zarco65466.567546677N/AN/AN/A776.56
17Danilo Petrucci8667810767655435.553.5555.9
18Francesco Bagnaia667446565696456.568.56.5N/A5.9
19Tito Rabat7477657574546.576N/A4N/A75.8
20Karel Abraham756657.57564765.555.557565.8
21Hafizh Syahrin554464554.554765435.5564.9
22Jorge Lorenzo76566.566N/AN/AN/AN/A55222.52564.8
Wildcards and replacement riders
RankRiderAverages up to the summer breakCzech RepublicAustriaGreat BritainSan MarinoAragonThailandJapanAustraliaMalaysiaValencia2019 Average
1Iker LecuonaN/A         77
2Michele Pirro8   5     66.8
3Stefan Bradl7.556        6.5
4Sylvain Guintoli65 7   6   6
5Bradley Smith5.3    6     5.7
6Mika KallioN/A    5.55.5645.575.6


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