2024 MotoGP Mid-Season Crash Report - Who Crashed The Most?

After an eventful first third of the MotoGP season, a few crashes have piled up for some riders. Here is who crashed the most in 2024 so far.

Marc Marquez in the gravel at the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez // Photo by Lukasz Swiderek

Following the introduction of Sprint races for the 2023 season, the number of crashes in MotoGP had increased massively.

However, what provides action and entertainment for spectators is a high risk for MotoGP’s most valuable good – its riders. While crash numbers climbed, injuries had become a regular theme of 2023 race weekends.

But whether it might be riders getting to terms with the sprint format in 2024 or them simply not taking as many risks as they did in the last season, 2023’s astonishing increase of injuries in MotoGP has been stopped.

Nevertheless, while all full-time riders have been able to start all seven race weekends in 2024, crash numbers are still relatively high compared to years before the sprint introduction.

With several multi-crash weekends that Brad Binder himself called “chaotic”, the South African leads the riders’ statistics.

Given Binder’s teammate Jack Miller’s similarly high crash count, KTM is in a bit of a puddle here. The Austrian outfit lost a lot of its top rideability from its record 2023 season and leads the most unwanted and most expensive MotoGP ranking.

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