2021 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 9, Assen, The Netherlands

MotoGP Standings after the Dutch TT in Assen:

1 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 156  
2 Johann Zarco Ducati 122 -34
3 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 109 -47
4 Joan Mir Suzuki 101 -55
5 Jack Miller Ducati 100 -56
6 Maverick Viñales Yamaha 95 -61
7 Miguel Oliveira KTM 85 -71
8 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 61 -95
9 Brad Binder KTM 60 -96
10 Marc Marquez Honda 50 -106
11 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 41 -115
12 Pol Espargaro Honda 41 -115
13 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 40 -116
14 Alex Rins Suzuki 33 -123
15 Alex Marquez Honda 27 -129
16 Enea Bastianini Ducati 27 -129
17 Danilo Petrucci KTM 26 -130
18 Jorge Martin Ducati 23 -133
19 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 17 -139
20 Luca Marini Ducati 14 -142
21 Iker Lecuona KTM 13 -143
22 Stefan Bradl Honda 11 -145
23 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 4 -152
24 Michele Pirro Ducati 3 -153
25 Tito Rabat Ducati 1 -155
26 Garrett Gerloff Yamaha 0 -156
Round Number: 
9
Year: 
2021

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New leader, several changes, and SP_WON drafts through two bikes at the line!    :)

TZnRDracer - Quartararo 156, Zarco 122, Vinales 95 = 373

Rholcomb - Vinales 95, Zarco 122, Quartararo 156 = 373

Cloverleaf - Miller 100, Bagnaia 109, Quartararo 156 = 365

Motoshrink - M.Marquez 50, Quartararo 131, Mir 101 = 307

Lilyvani - M.Marquez 50, Quartararo 156, Miller 100 = 306

D999 - M.Marquez 50, Miller 100, Quartararo 156 = 306

Iannis_Z - Mir 85, Morbidelli 40, Quartararo 156 = 281

Richtea - Zarco 122, M.Marquez 50, Mir 101 = 273

SP_won - Zarco 122, M.Marquez 50, Miller 100 = 272

Buccatini - Zarco 122, Bagnaia 109, Morbidelli 40 = 271

Mr.X - Zarco 122, Vinales 95, Marquez 50 = 267

St Stephen - Quartararo 131, Rins 33, Vinales 95 = 259

Daddyrat - Zarco 122, M.Marquez 50, Rins 33 = 205

Apical/Brian/stumo - M.Marquez 50, Rins 33, Zarco 122 = 205

Peterday - Morbidelli 40, Mir 101, M.Marquez 50 = 191

Pool Pirate - Zarco 122, Morbidelli 40, Martin 23 = 185

WaveyD1974 - M.Marquez 50, Bagnaia 109, Martin 19 = 178

Ivanhoe - Rins 33, M.Marquez 50, Morbidelli 40 = 123

Thanks for keeping track of the Motomatters Fantasy Cup. We could guess during the summer break which subscriber is going to finish first. I think it's going to be you, Motoshrink. Marquez is going to come back fitter and take points away from everyone, Mir will continue to get the maximum every race and Quartararo is going to win it. And Zarco for top Ducati.

My Marc only has 41 points 'shrink. Reckon you can top me up please so I can sneak up the inside of Buccatini and show Richtea a wheel. Cheers.

Big hearty congratulations to halftime leaders TZnRDracer and Rholcomb.

With Morbidelli out for the next few races, let's hope that both Rins and Marc get to lick their wounds and nurse their bone injuries during holiday season. To come in with a shout of ditching the red lantern, miracles will be needed!

What a first half of the season this has been indeed. Quartararo coming into his own, Oliveira and Mir playing catch-up, four strong Ducatisti, and the ever mercurial Maverick on his way to greener (blacker) pastures. The Doctor truly showing his age and perhaps, who knows, suffering the lingering aftereffects of his COVID infection. On the decline for years, but the abyss of this year still surprises somewhat.

Enjoy your holidays everyone, cheers!

Ivanhoe who would have thought Last year's champ M1R + Marc Marquez and Franky Morbidelli means last place? Not me. Picked MM93 as well. He will improve. Suzuki are working on a rear height gizmo. Oxley says it will help for Qualy, starts and the race. Joan Mir may move up the order a bit. Pecco should do OK at the Red Flag ring, he is riding well, ask Fabio Q.

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/articles/motorcycles/motogp/suzukis-g...

My picks of MM93 & Zarco should do better in the second half. M1R maybe. Sylvain Guintoli hasn't tested the shapeshifter gadget yet. So it could be a long time coming.

Expecting KTM to do well at Austria & Styria, nobody has picked Oliveira or Binder. So no change likely there.

Brian, stumo & I probably won't win or be last. Somewhere in the middle then.

Donington SBK this weekend to warm my long winter nights downunder.

Third place suits me fine. If Jack comes back fresh from the break - wasn’t that a tired crash at Assen? - I think he and I could be close at the end of the season, KTM willing. While I’m on, I’ve been meaning for a while to say how much I appreciate the contribution you make to this forum. Establishing and maintaining the top three rider table is just one example of this. Making me smile is another. Thanks bro’. 

Cheers Cloverleaf, right back at you.

(We've got to hand it to TZnRD for calling #1 and #2 eh?). I really think Marc and Mir are coming for you and your two Ducatis. Taking part in this makes it interesting. Side benefit, I like Miller and Bagnaia/Ducati success so win win. Enjoy the second half of the season, I am reeling you in!