Marc Marquez leads 2017 MotoGP Rankings after German GP win

Ops, he did it again! Marc Marquez is the new leader of the 2017 MotoGP Championship. It was the Spaniard second win in 2017 - but consistency and unpredictable tires had fired up the MotoGP ranking once again.

Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Jonas Folger finished second at the Sachsenring. It was his first ever podium, and better at his home race in Germany! Dani Pedrosa managed to finish third place.

We have had 5 different race winners in 9 races. Only Yamaha rider Maverick Viñales has won 3 races, and by finishing fourth this weekend at the German GP, he kept his second place in the overall standings.

Ducati Andrea Dovizioso has also 2 wins this year, back-to-back at Italy and Catalunya - and he trails the leader in third place. Yamaha Valentino Rossi has only 1 win to this name - at the great race at Assen - not yet a great year for Rossi; even though Assen was great for him, he have had tire issues in other races (like France, Jerez and Catalunya). Still fourth place in the rankings is not bad for the multiple world champion.

Repsol Honda Dani Pedrosa completes the top 5 - all with more than 100 points.

So far this year all of the top 5 riders have had their up and downs - the one suprise here is Ducati and Andrea Dovizioso - probably not many expected that Ducati could win 2 races at this first half of the 2017 season. The big question now is when do you think Jorge Lorenzo can start winning races too?

2017 MotoGP Championship

MarquezRepsol Honda Team129
VinalesMovistar Yamaha MotoGP124
DoviziosoDucati Team123
RossiMovistar Yamaha MotoGP119
PedrosaRepsol Honda Team103
ZarcoMonster Yamaha Tech 384
Go to 2017 Full MotoGP Standings

This is how the motogp overall ranking looks like when we consider pole positions as well:

2017 MotoGP Grand Prix Rankings

MotoGP Marc MarquezMarc Marquez
3 Poles, 2 Wins, 5 Podiums
95.71% Race Performance

MotoGP Maverick VinalesMaverick Vinales
3 Poles, 3 Wins, 4 Podiums
104.29% Race Performance

MotoGP Andrea DoviziosoAndrea Dovizioso
0 Poles, 2 Wins, 3 Podiums
120.00% Race Performance

MotoGP Dani PedrosaDani Pedrosa
2 Poles, 1 Win, 5 Podiums
97.14% Race Performance

MotoGP Valentino RossiValentino Rossi
0 Poles, 1 Win, 4 Podiums
112.50% Race Performance

Go to 2017 MotoGP Grand Prix Rankings
Go to 2017 MotoGP Standings

We now rest of MotoGP action until August 6th for Czech Republic MotoGP at the Automotodrom Brno!

Posted on July 02, 2017

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