2024 Italian GP MotoGP Results

4 minutes

Bagnaia does the double at Mugello

2024 Italian GP MotoGP Results

The Italian Grand Prix was won by local hero, current MotoGP World Champion and Saturday sprint race winner, Pecco Bagnaia. The Italian rider was joined on the podium by his teammate, Enea Bastianini, who in a thrilling finale overtook Jorge Martín -who finished third.

Behind them, Marc Márquez crossed the finish line fourth, unable to replicate the podium he took seven days ago in Barcelona. Fifth was rookie Pedro Acosta, followed by Morbidelli, Di Giannantonio, Viñales, Álex Márquez and Brad Binder in the Top 10

The World Championship calendar now takes a three-week break due to the postponement of the Kazakhstan GP to September, and will return with the Dutch TT at the legendary Assen circuit.

Luca Marini completes home GP in 20th position

The Italian Grand Prix was a difficult challenge for the Repsol Honda Team riders. Luca Marini was racing for the first time on Italian soil with the official HRC team and, starting from 24th on the grid, he managed to improve his feeling at Mugello. He was twentieth, adding more kilometres of experience on his Honda, with which he will carry out a test at the circuit on Monday.

Joan Mir concluded the weekend with a setback as, starting from eighteenth position on the grid, he had a crash at Turn one of Lap 7, which prevented him from finishing the race.

Italian GP: Race Results (23 laps)

1. Pecco BagnaiaDUCATI40:51.385
2. Enea BastianiniDUCATI+0.799
3. Jorge MartínDUCATI+0.924
4. Marc MárquezDUCATI+2.064
5. Pedro AcostaGASGAS+7.501
6. Franco MorbidelliDUCATI+9.890
7. Fabio Di GiannantonioDUCATI+10.076
8. Maverick ViñalesAPRILIA+11.683
9. Álex MárquezDUCATI+13.535
10. Brad BinderKTM+15.901
11. Aleix EspargaróAPRILIA+19.182
12. Raúl FernándezAPRILIA+20.307
13. Marco BezzecchiDUCATI+20.346
14. Miguel OliveiraAPRILIA+23.292
15. Álex RinsYAMAHA+23.613
16. Jack MillerKTM+28.417
17. Pol EspargaróKTM+28.778
18. Fabio QuartararoYAMAHA+30.622
19. Johann ZarcoHONDA+31.457
20. Luca MariniREPSOL HONDA+32.310

General Standings

1. Jorge MartínDUCATI171
2. Pecco BagnaiaDUCATI153
3. Marc MárquezDUCATI136
4. Enea BastianiniDUCATI114
5. Maverick ViñalesAPRILIA101
6. Pedro AcostaGASGAS100
7. Brad BinderAPRILIA85
8. Aleix EspargaróKTM82
9. Fabio Di GiannantonioDUCATI74
10. Álex MárquezDUCATI51
11. Marco BezzecchiDUCATI45
12. Raúl FernándezAPRILIA32
13. Fabio QuartararoYAMAHA32
14. Franco MorbidelliDUCATI31
15. Miguel OliveiraAPRILIA31
16. Jack MillerKTM27
17. Augusto FernándezGASGAS13
18. Joan MirREPSOL HONDA13
19. Johann ZarcoHONDA9
20. Álex RinsYAMAHA8
21. Takaaki NakagamiHONDA8
22. Dani PedrosaKTM7
23. Luca MariniREPSOL HONDA0


Joan Mir

“Honestly the bike was feeling good at the start of the race and I think everything was there to make some progress forward so it’s a shame to crash on lap seven. I was able to push on the front end and I was fighting with Pol Espargaro. I could see the group ahead starting to break away and he and I had a bit of a battle. Heading into Turn 1, braking behind him I lost the front and fell. It’s a shame for sure but we pick ourselves up and get ready for tomorrow’s test to try a few things.”

Luca Marini

“I think this race was even better than in Barcelona, the last seven laps I was feeling good, and my pace was close to that of the top ten. For sure there is still more work to do as the distance to first is too much, but we are working in the correct direction now. It’s a pity I couldn’t give a better performance for the fans, but it will be better in the future. Our base now is quite good, we need to keep working on those final details. Tomorrow at the test gives us a good chance to experiment.”

Volver arriba

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

By making a comment, you agree to our privacy policy