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2004 Moto GP1 statistical summary

By Dan Moakes
November 3 2004

How was the title won? The figures are rarely misleading, as the following data demonstrates

2004 MotoGP statistics

rider pts 1st 2nd 3rd top 6 poles FLs
Valentino Rossi 304 9 2 14 5 3
Sete Gibernau 257 4 4 2 13 5 3
Max Biaggi 217 1 5 3 11 1 3
Alex Barros 165 1 3 11 2
Colin Edwards 157 2 8 2
Makoto Tamada 150 2 1 7 3 2
Nicky Hayden 117 2 9
Carlos Checa 117 1 6 1
Loris Capirossi 117 1 5 1
Shin’ya Nakano 83 1 1
Rubén Xaus 77 1 2
Marco Melandri 75 2 4
Norick Abe 74
Troy Bayliss 71 1 3
Alex Hofmann 51
John Hopkins 45 1
Neil Hodgson 38
Kenny Roberts 37 1

other points scorers:
Jeremy McWilliams 26; Shane Byrne 18; Nobuatsu Aoki 10; Michel Fabrizio 8; Yukio Kagayama 7; Olivier Jacque 5; James Haydon 4; James Ellison 3; Andrew Pitt 2; Kurtis Roberts 1.

no points scored:
Chris Burns, Gregorio Lavilla, David de Gea, Tohru Ukawa, Garry McCoy, Youichi Ui.

date venue winners
18-4 Welkom Rossi
2-5 Jeréz Gibernau
16-5 Le Mans Gibernau
6-6 Mugello Rossi
13-6 Catalunya Rossi
26-6 Assen Rossi
4-7 Río de Janeiro Tamada
18-7 Sachsenring Biaggi
25-7 Donington Rossi
22-8 Brno Gibernau
5-9 Estoril Rossi
19-9 Motegi Tamada
2-10 Losail Gibernau
10-10 Sepang Rossi
17-10 Philip Island Rossi
31-10 Valencia Rossi

career GP1 victories
42 • Valentino Rossi (2000 to 2004)
13 • Max Biaggi (1998 to 2004)
9 • Sete Gibernau (2001 to 2004)
8 • Kenny Roberts (1999 to 2000)
6 • Alex Barros (1993 to 2002)
3 • Norick Abe (1996 to 2000)
3 • Loris Capirossi (1996 to 2003)
3 • Garry McCoy (2000)
2 • Carlos Checa (1996 to 1998)
2 • Makoto Tamada (2004)
1 • Tohru Ukawa (2002)


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