Marquez Drought And Vinales Jubilee – Austrian Grand Prix Stats

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As MotoGP is heading for the tenth round of the season, here are some interesting stats and numbers for the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix.

665 – Marc Marquez is set for almost two years without a win in MotoGP. Should he see the chequered flag first at Silverstone the Spaniard would end a 665-day-long winless period.
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301 – On race Sunday, Marc Marquez could end a 301-day-long wait for a main race finish with his last being the 2022 Malaysian Grand Prix in October.
150 – The Austrian Grand Prix main race will be Maverick Vinales’ 150th race start in the premier class.
60 – If Marc Marquez somehow manages to win the main race, the Spaniard would move up into an elite club of 60+ race wins. The same applies for fastest race laps.
50 – If at least one Ducati qualifies in the top three, it will be the 50th successive race (since Valencia 2020).
50 – Bagnaia finished second for his 49th Grand Prix podium at the British GP. In Austria, he could reach the milestone of 50 podiums.
36 – With Bagnaia on the podium at the British Grand Prix, Ducati is on a streak of 35 GP races in a row with at least one rider on the podium. Another will extend their record to 36. 
10 – With a win at Spielbarg Maverick Vinales would move into an elite club of riders having won ten or more races without winning the World Championship. Currently, the list includes Dani Pedrosa (31), Andrea Dovizioso (15), Max Biaggi (13), and Randy Mamola (13).
2 – Only two MotoGP riders have scored points on every race weekend of the season so far – Franco Morbidelli and Augusto Fernandez.

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