Dutch MotoGP 2017 Quick Facts & Stats of Motul TT Assen

Dutch MotoGP 2017 Quick Facts & Stats of Motul TT Assen, 2016 Dutch GP Winner Jack Miller Looks to Repeat the Last Year Success.

This year the Dutch MotoGP will take place between 23rd June 2017 to 25 June 2017. We bring you Dutch MotoGP 2017 quick facts and stats. The riders are all set to burn the rubber in Assen the practice session will take place on 23rd of June, let’s take look at some facts and stats.

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Dutch MotoGP 2017 History:

The history of Dutch GP is as old as the history of MotoGP itself. Assen is the only venue in the calendar of MotoGP which hasn’t miss a single race since inception. Motul TT Assen is holding MotoGP events since 1949. The interesting fact is that it is only the second time when the race will take place on Sunday. The first race that took place on Sunday was in the year 2016 rest all other races took place on Saturday.


Dutch MotoGP 2017 Assen Circuit:

This circuit was built in 1955 and measured 7.7 km in 1954 it measured 16.54 km, the previous events took place on the public road. The Assen Circuit for Dutch TT was modified in 1999, it got new grandstand, control tower, press center and renovated boxes. In 2005/06 the length of the circuit is reduced to 4.555km form 6km.

  • Lenght Circuit: 4.5 Kilometre
  • Corner: 18, Left 6 and Right 12
  • Width: 14 metre
  • Longest Straight: 487 meter
  • No Of Laps: 26
  • Total Distance: 118.1 Kilometre

Successful Manufacturer At Dutch GP:

Yamaha is the most Successful Manufacturer ever since the start of four-stroke MotoGP championship.

Manufacturer                                                  Number of Wins

Yamaha                                                                           8

Honda                                                                             6

Ducati                                                                             1

Successful Rider At Dutch GP:

Valentino Rossi is the most successful rider in MotoGP event. He will look forward to challenging last year winner Jack Miller, last MotoGP race winner Andrea Dovizioso and table topper Maverick Vinales.

Rider                                                                   Number of Wins

Valentino Rossi                                                                 7

Casey Stoner                                                                    2

However, the most successful rider across format is Angel Nieto with 15 wins in the 125cc and 50cc classes, followed by Giacomo Agostini who had 14 wins riding 500cc and 350cc machines. Rossi has total nine wins across formats 7 in MotoGP, one 250cc class and one in 125cc.

Dutch MotoGP Facts

  • Andrea Dovizioso and Maverick Vinales have 3 wins in last 9 race
  • Dovizioso has a chance to equal Mike Doohan of winning three or more successive premier-class races
  • Jack Miller scored his first MotoGP win last year by winning Dutch TT 2016
  • Honda scored six wins in MotoGP, all wins came with different riders
  • Dutch TT has not augured well for Suzuki their last win came 1993 in the 500cc class.
  • Suzuki’s best performance in MotoGP is 5th place in the years 2007 & 2009.

The Current Top 5 Riders Standings Ahead to Dutch MotoGP 2017

Pos                Rider                            Bike                        Nation              Points

1                 Maverick Vinales          Yamaha Team                Spain                    111
2                 Andrea Dovizioso             Ducati                         Italy                      104
3                 Mac Marquez                    Honda                        Spain                     88
4                 Dani Pedrosa                    Honda                        Spain                     84
5                 Valentino Rossi                Yamaha                       Italy                       83


*As reported on official site MotoGP.com





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