2013 MotoGP World Championship

Marc Márquez became the MotoGP world champion

The 2013 MotoGP World Championship was a part of the 65th Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Road racing World Championship season. Jorge Lorenzo started the season as the defending World Champion,[1] while Honda was the defending Manufacturers' Champion. Moto2 champion Marc Márquez joined the MotoGP grid with Repsol Honda.[2]

The MotoGP class saw the introduction of a new qualifying system, in which the riders placed eleventh or lower in Free Practice 3 were admitted to Qualifying 1, then the two fastest riders from that session joined the ten fastest riders in Qualifying 2.

Season summary

In the premier MotoGP class, Lorenzo, along with Repsol Honda teammates Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa battled it out for most of the season in regards to the championship battle. Lorenzo won the opening race of the season in Qatar,[3] before rookie Márquez became the youngest premier class winner,[4] as he claimed victory in the inaugural Grand Prix of the Americas in Texas.[5] Pedrosa took back-to-back victories at Jerez – where Márquez and Lorenzo battled for second place, clashing at the final corner[6] – and Le Mans,[7] before Lorenzo did likewise at Mugello,[8] and Catalunya; at the former, Márquez retired from the race after crashing out of second place.[8] At Assen, Lorenzo crashed during free practice and fractured his collarbone, and after emergency surgery and initial reports that he would not take part for the rest of the weekend,[9] he competed in the race and finished fifth.[10] Márquez and Pedrosa finished second and fourth respectively,[10] as Valentino Rossi took his first race victory since 2010.[10] Márquez then won the next four races,[11] starting at the Sachsenring,[12] where both Lorenzo and Pedrosa were sidelined with injuries; Lorenzo with a recurrence of his Assen injury after crashing in free practice once again,[13] while Pedrosa was ruled out with low blood pressure, stemming from a separate incident.[14]

After two more victories for Lorenzo at Silverstone,[15] and Misano,[16] Márquez and Pedrosa collided at the Aragon Grand Prix, where a slight touch caused a sensor on Pedrosa's bike to tear and cut the traction control system.[17] Márquez went on to beat Lorenzo to victory,[18] and after Pedrosa won in Malaysia,[19] Márquez held a 43-point lead in the championship with three races to go.[20] However, a disqualification in Australia,[21] as well as Lorenzo winning both in Australia and Japan reduced that margin to thirteen,[22] ahead of the final race in Valencia; the first final race title decider since 2006.[22] After battling Pedrosa and Lorenzo in the early stages of the race, Márquez finished third in the race to become the youngest premier class champion, beating Freddie Spencer's record from 1983.[4] As well as this, Márquez became the first rookie since Kenny Roberts in 1978 to win the championship in their début season,[4] and only the fourth rider to win world championships in three different categories after Mike Hailwood, Phil Read and Rossi.[4] Pedrosa's second place, behind Lorenzo,[23] was enough for Honda to clinch the constructors' championship.

Calendar

The following Grands Prix were scheduled to take place in 2013:[24][25]

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme released a 19-race provisional calendar on 19 September 2012.[26][27] On 23 November 2012, the calendar was updated following confirmation that the return of the Argentine Grand Prix would be postponed to 2014.[28][29] The Grand Prix of the Americas held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, United States, replaced the Portuguese Grand Prix, which had been run at Estoril since 2000. The United States hosted three races, the other two being the United States Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and the Indianapolis Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

‡ = Night race
† = MotoGP class only
†† = Saturday race

Calendar changes

Teams and riders

Prototype entries
Team Constructor Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
Italy Ducati Team Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP13 04 Italy Andrea Dovizioso[32] All
69 United States Nicky Hayden[33] All
Italy Ducati Test Team 51 Italy Michele Pirro[34] 3, 5, 18
Italy Ignite Pramac Racing
Italy Energy T.I. Pramac Racing
11 United States Ben Spies[35] 1–2, 5, 10
51 Italy Michele Pirro[36] 4, 6–8, 11–13
15 San Marino Alex de Angelis[37] 9
68 Colombia Yonny Hernández[38] 14–18
29 Italy Andrea Iannone[35] 1–8, 10–18
Japan Repsol Honda Team Honda Honda RC213V 26 Spain Dani Pedrosa[2] All
93 Spain Marc Márquez[2] All
Monaco LCR Honda MotoGP 6 Germany Stefan Bradl[39] All
Italy GO&FUN Honda Gresini 19 Spain Álvaro Bautista[40] All
Japan Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 46 Italy Valentino Rossi[41] All
99 Spain Jorge Lorenzo[41] All
Japan Yamaha YSP Racing Team 21 Japan Katsuyuki Nakasuga[42] 17
France Monster Yamaha Tech 3 35 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow[43] All
38 United Kingdom Bradley Smith[44] All
Claiming Rule Teams (CRT) entries
Team Constructor Engine Motorcycle No. Rider Rounds
United States Attack Performance Racing APR Kawasaki APR 79 United States Blake Young[45] 2, 9–10
Spain Power Electronics Aspar ART Aprilia ART GP13[46] 14 France Randy de Puniet[47] All
41 Spain Aleix Espargaró[47] All
Czech Republic Cardion AB Motoracing 17 Czech Republic Karel Abraham[48] 1–11, 13
23 Italy Luca Scassa[49] 14–18
United Kingdom Paul Bird Motorsport 68 Colombia Yonny Hernández[30] 1–13
70 United Kingdom Michael Laverty[30] 14–18
PBM PBM 01 1–13
50 Australia Damian Cudlin[50] 14–18
United States GP Tech BCL Suzuki BCL GP212 44 United States Michael Barnes[51] 2
Switzerland NGM Mobile Forward Racing FTR-Kawasaki Kawasaki FTR MGP13[52] 5 United States Colin Edwards[53] All
71 Italy Claudio Corti[54] All
Spain Avintia Blusens FTR 7 Japan Hiroshi Aoyama[55] 1–5, 8–18
77 Spain Javier del Amor[56] 6
22 Spain Iván Silva[57] 7
8 Spain Héctor Barberá[58] All
Italy GO&FUN Honda Gresini FTR-Honda Honda 67 Australia Bryan Staring[59] All
Italy Came IodaRacing Project Ioda-Suter BMW Suter MMX1[60] 9 Italy Danilo Petrucci[30] All
52 Czech Republic Lukáš Pešek[61] All
Austria Remus Racing Team S&B Suter 45 Austria Martin Bauer[62] 11, 18
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

Rider changes

Team changes

Results and standings

Round Date Grand Prix Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning rider Winning constructor Report
1 7 April ‡ Qatar Qatar motorcycle Grand Prix[68] Losail Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Marc Márquez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
2 21 April United States Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas[69][70] Circuit of the Americas Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
3 5 May Spain Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix[71] Jerez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Dani Pedrosa Japan Honda Report
4 19 May France French motorcycle Grand Prix[72] Le Mans Spain Marc Márquez Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Dani Pedrosa Japan Honda Report
5 2 June Italy Italian motorcycle Grand Prix[73] Mugello Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Marc Márquez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
6 16 June Catalonia Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix[74] Catalunya Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Marc Márquez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
7 29 June †† Netherlands Iveco TT Assen[75] Assen United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow Italy Valentino Rossi Italy Valentino Rossi Japan Yamaha Report
8 14 July[76] Germany German motorcycle Grand Prix[77] Sachsenring Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
9 21 July † United States United States motorcycle Grand Prix[78] Laguna Seca Germany Stefan Bradl Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
10 18 August United States Indianapolis motorcycle Grand Prix[79] Indianapolis Motor Speedway Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
11 25 August Czech Republic Czech Republic motorcycle Grand Prix[80] Brno Circuit United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
12 1 September United Kingdom British motorcycle Grand Prix[81] Silverstone Spain Marc Márquez Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
13 15 September San Marino San Marino and Rimini's Coast motorcycle Grand Prix[82] Misano Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
14 29 September Aragon Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix[83] Motorland Aragón Spain Marc Márquez Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Marc Márquez Japan Honda Report
15 13 October Malaysia Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix[84] Sepang Spain Marc Márquez Spain Marc Márquez Spain Dani Pedrosa Japan Honda Report
16 20 October Australia Australian motorcycle Grand Prix[85] Phillip Island Circuit Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Marc Márquez Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
17 27 October Japan Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix[86] Motegi Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Jorge Lorenzo Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
18 10 November Valencian Community Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana[87] Valencia Spain Marc Márquez Spain Dani Pedrosa Spain Jorge Lorenzo Japan Yamaha Report
‡ = Night race
† = MotoGP class only
†† = Saturday race

Riders' standings

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has to finish the race to earn points.

  • Riders marked with light blue background are eligible for Rookie of the Year awards.
  • Rounds marked with light blue background were under wet race conditions.
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pos Rider Bike Team QAT
Qatar
AME
United States
ESP
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
NED
Netherlands
GER
Germany
USA
United States
IND
United States
CZE
Czech Republic
GBR
United Kingdom
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
MAL
Malaysia
AUS
Australia
JPN
Japan
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
1 Spain Marc Márquez Honda Repsol Honda Team 3 1 2 3 Ret 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 DSQ 2 3 334
2 Spain Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing 1 3 3 7 1 1 5 DNS 6 3 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 330
3 Spain Dani Pedrosa Honda Repsol Honda Team 4 2 1 1 2 2 4 DNS 5 2 2 3 3 Ret 1 2 3 2 300
4 Italy Valentino Rossi Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing 2 6 4 12 Ret 4 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 6 4 237
5 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow Yamaha Monster Tech 3 5 4 5 2 3 Ret 3 2 7 5 17 7 6 6 6 4 7 Ret 188
6 Spain Álvaro Bautista Honda GO&FUN Gresini 6 8 6 6 Ret Ret 7 5 4 6 5 5 7 4 5 5 4 5 171
7 Germany Stefan Bradl Honda LCR Ret 5 Ret 10 4 5 6 4 2 7 6 6 5 5 DNS DNS 5 6 156
8 Italy Andrea Dovizioso Ducati Ducati Team 7 7 8 4 5 7 10 7 9 10 7 Ret 8 8 8 9 10 9 140
9 United States Nicky Hayden Ducati Ducati Team 8 9 7 5 6 Ret 11 9 8 9 8 8 9 9 Ret 7 9 8 126
10 United Kingdom Bradley Smith Yamaha Monster Tech 3 Ret 12 10 9 9 6 9 6 Ret 8 Ret 9 11 7 7 6 8 7 116
11 Spain Aleix Espargaró ART Power Electronics Aspar (CRT) 11 11 9 13 8 8 8 8 Ret 12 10 10 13 11 9 11 Ret 11 93
12 Italy Andrea Iannone Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 9 10 Ret 11 13 Ret 13 DNS 11 9 11 Ret 10 Ret 8 14 Ret 57
13 Italy Michele Pirro Ducati Ducati Test Team 11 8 7 10 14 10 12 12 10 10 56
14 United States Colin Edwards FTR Kawasaki NGM Mobile Forward Racing (CRT) Ret Ret 15 16 14 9 17 13 12 13 11 14 12 16 15 12 12 15 41
15 France Randy de Puniet ART Power Electronics Aspar (CRT) 12 14 Ret Ret 11 Ret 12 12 Ret Ret 15 16 17 13 12 10 13 Ret 36
16 Spain Héctor Barberá FTR Avintia Blusens (CRT) 13 18 12 18 10 Ret 20 11 10 16 Ret 13 Ret Ret 14 14 16 12 35
17 Italy Danilo Petrucci Ioda-Suter Came IodaRacing Project (CRT) Ret Ret 14 14 12 11 16 14 13 17 13 15 15 Ret 16 15 18 14 26
18 Colombia Yonny Hernández ART Paul Bird Motorsport (CRT) 14 15 Ret Ret 16 13 19 Ret 15 Ret 16 20 Ret 21
Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 12 10 13 15 Ret
19 Italy Claudio Corti FTR Kawasaki NGM Mobile Forward Racing (CRT) 16 19 17 Ret Ret 12 18 15 Ret 14 Ret 17 16 15 13 17 20 13 14
20 Japan Hiroshi Aoyama FTR Avintia Blusens (CRT) 15 17 18 19 Ret WD 17 16 15 14 18 14 14 11 20 17 16 13
21 United States Ben Spies Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 10 13 DNS DNS 9
22 Japan Katsuyuki Nakasuga Yamaha Yamaha YSP Racing Team 11 5
23 San Marino Alex de Angelis Ducati Ignite Pramac Racing 11 5
24 Czech Republic Karel Abraham ART Cardion AB Motoracing (CRT) Ret DNS DNS 15 15 Ret 15 18 14 DNS 19 Ret 5
25 United Kingdom Michael Laverty PBM Paul Bird Motorsport (CRT) 17 16 13 17 17 Ret 22 16 Ret 18 18 19 18 3
ART Paul Bird Motorsport (CRT) Ret Ret 18 19 17
26 Australia Bryan Staring FTR Honda GO&FUN Gresini (CRT) Ret 20 16 Ret 18 14 21 Ret 17 19 20 21 Ret 18 18 DSQ 22 19 2
27 Spain Javier del Amor FTR Avintia Blusens (CRT) 15 1
Italy Luca Scassa ART Cardion AB Motoracing (CRT) 17 17 16 Ret 18 0
Czech Republic Lukáš Pešek Ioda-Suter Came IodaRacing Project (CRT) 18 Ret Ret Ret 19 16 Ret 19 18 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 19 Ret Ret 0
Austria Martin Bauer S&B Suter Remus Racing Team (CRT) 21 20 0
Australia Damian Cudlin PBM Paul Bird Motorsport (CRT) Ret Ret 21 21 Ret 0
United States Blake Young APR Attack Performance Racing (CRT) 21 WD Ret 0
Spain Iván Silva FTR Avintia Blusens (CRT) 23 0
United States Michael Barnes BCL GP Tech (CRT) DNQ 0
Pos Rider Bike Team QAT
Qatar
AME
United States
ESP
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
NED
Netherlands
GER
Germany
USA
United States
IND
United States
CZE
Czech Republic
GBR
United Kingdom
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
MAL
Malaysia
AUS
Australia
JPN
Japan
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
Blue – Rookie

Constructors' standings

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. A rider has to finish the race to earn points.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • Each constructor gets the same number of points as their best placed rider in each race.
Pos Constructor QAT
Qatar
AME
United States
ESP
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
NED
Netherlands
GER
Germany
USA
United States
IND
United States
CZE
Czech Republic
GBR
United Kingdom
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
MAL
Malaysia
AUS
Australia
JPN
Japan
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
1 Japan Honda 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 41 1 2 2 2 389
2 Japan Yamaha 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 381
3 Italy Ducati 7 7 7 4 5 7 10 7 8 9 7 8 8 8 8 7 9 8 155
4 Italy ART 11 11 9 13 8 8 8 8 14 12 10 10 13 11 9 10 13 11 99
5 United Kingdom FTR Kawasaki 16 19 15 16 14 9 17 13 12 13 11 14 12 15 13 12 12 13 46
6 United Kingdom FTR 13 17 12 18 10 15 20 11 10 15 14 13 14 14 11 14 16 12 46
7 Italy Ioda-Suter 18 Ret 14 14 12 11 16 14 13 17 13 15 15 19 16 15 18 14 26
8 United Kingdom PBM 17 16 13 17 17 Ret 22 16 Ret 18 18 19 18 Ret Ret 21 21 Ret 3
9 United Kingdom FTR Honda Ret 20 16 Ret 18 14 21 Ret 17 19 20 21 Ret 18 18 DSQ 22 19 2
Austria S&B Suter 21 20 0
United States APR 21 WD Ret 0
Canada BCL DNQ 0
Pos Constructor QAT
Qatar
AME
United States
ESP
Spain
FRA
France
ITA
Italy
CAT
Catalonia
NED
Netherlands
GER
Germany
USA
United States
IND
United States
CZE
Czech Republic
GBR
United Kingdom
RSM
San Marino
ARA
Aragon
MAL
Malaysia
AUS
Australia
JPN
Japan
VAL
Valencian Community
Pts
Notes
  • 1 All points from the race victory for Marc Márquez were deducted as a result of a decision from Race Direction, after Márquez collided with teammate Dani Pedrosa during the race.[88] Honda's next-best finisher was Álvaro Bautista, who scored a fourth-place finish.[89]

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