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Stat Attack: MXGP of Turkiye

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As MXGP heads to Turkiye this weekend, statistics maestro Paul Pearcy has provided MX Vice with some incredible numbers to digest ahead of what looms as another exciting round at Afyon. Enjoy.

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Jeffrey Herlings

  • Races – ’21 (twice), ’19, ‘18
  • GP wins – ’21 (twice), ’19, ‘18(Herlings has won every GP he has attended at this venue)
  • Race wins – 6 (6 out of 8, 1-1 in ’18 and ’19)
  • Race laps led – 61, 42 in the first race and 19 in the second
  • 1st in timed qualifying – 3, once in ’21, ‘19’, ’18 (The first round in Turkiye in 2021 was his only visit where he didn’t end timed qualifying in first at this track)
  • Qualifying race wins – 1, ‘19
  • Qualifying race laps led – 13

Averages

  • Race finishes – 2.67 in the first race, 1.67 in the second race, 1st in GP wins
  • Race first lap position – 2.67
  • Timed Practice – 1.5
  • Qualifying race finishes – 1.5
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 2.5

Total Points  – 194

Tim Gajser

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ’19, ‘18
  • GP wins – ’22 (3-2 in ’22)
  • Race wins – 2 (Tim won both of the second races in ’21)
  • Race laps led – 22, all in the second race
  • Qualifying race laps led – 5

Averages

  • Race finishes – 3.75 in the first race, 1.5 in the second race, 2.25 overall finish
  • Race first lap position – 4.56
  • Timed Practice – 3.125
  • Qualifying race finish – 6.67
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 3

Total Points – 204

Romain Febvre

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ‘18
  • Race wins – 1 in ‘22
  • Race laps led – 33, 14 in the first race, 19 in the second race

Averages

  • Race finishes – 5th  in the first race, 3.75 in the second race, 3.75 overall finish
  • Race first lap position – 3rd 
  • Timed Practice – 6th
  • Qualifying race finish – 8th
  • Qualifying race finish – 9th

Total Points – 108

Jeremy Seewer

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ’19, ‘18
  • Laps led – 1(In the first race in ’21)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 9.5 in the first race, 9.37 in the second race, 9.125 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 8.25
  • Timed Practice – 10th
  • Qualifying race position – 4.33
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 4th

Total Points – 146

Glenn Coldenhoff

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ’19, ‘18
  • Race laps led – 17 in the second race in ‘19
  • Qualifying race wins – 1 in ‘19
  • Qualifying race laps led – 6

Averages

  • Race finishes – 7.87 in the first race, 12.75 in the second race, 10.25 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 9.81
  • Timed Practice – 7.87
  • Qualifying race finish – 3.67
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 4.5

Total Points – 131

Jorge Prado

  • Races – ’22, ’21(twice)
  • Race laps led – 34, 18 in the first race, 16 in the second race
  • 1st in Timed Practice – 1 in ‘21

Averages

  • Race finishes – 12.75 in the first race, 3.75 in the second race, 7th overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 2.25
  • Timed Practice – 4.5
  • Qualifying race finish – 14
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 14

Total Points – 92

Calvin Vlaanderen

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 13.25 in the first race, 19.25 in the second race, 15.75 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 18.12
  • Timed Practice – 9.5
  • Qualifying race finish – 10th
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 10th

Total Points – 40

Ben Watson

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 14.9 in the first race, 17.7 in the second race, 16.6 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 18.87
  • Timed Practice – 21st 
  • Qualifying race finish – 19th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 18th

Total Points – 28

Benoit Paturel

  • Races – ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 23.5 in the first race, 20th in the second race, 23.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 24th
  • Timed Practice – 23.5

Total Points – 4

Brent Van Doninck

  • Races – ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 12th in the first race, 12.5 in the second race, 11.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 13th
  • Timed Practice – 17.5

Total Points – 35

Pauls Jonass

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ‘19

Averages

  • Race finishes – 3.75 in the first race, 10.5 in the second race, 5.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 5th 
  • Timed Practice – 6.83
  • Qualifying race finishes – 9th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 13

Total Points – 89

Mitch Evans

  • Races – ‘22
  • Race laps led – 7 in the first race
  • 1st in timed practice – ‘22
  • Qualifying race laps led – 4

Averages

  • Race finishes – 12-18 for 16th 
  • Race first lap position – 2nd 
  • Timed Practice – 1st 
  • Qualifying race finish – 2nd 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 2nd

Total Points – 12

Ruben Fernandez 

  • Races – ‘22

Averages

  • Race finishes – 19th 
  • Race first lap position – 19th 
  • Timed Practice – 14th 
  • Qualifying race finish – 4
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 4th 

Total Points – 2

Alessandro Lupino 

  • Races – ‘21(twice), ’19, ‘18

Averages

  • Race finishes – 11.16 in the first race, 8.67 in the second race, 8.83 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 12.5
  • Timed Practice – 8.33
  • Qualifying race finish – 10th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 10th 

Total Points – 83

Valentin Guillod

  • Races – ’22, ’21, ‘18

Averages

  • Race finishes – 12th in the first race, 12.5 in the second race, 12.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 9.25
  • Timed Practice – 13.5
  • Qualifying race finish – 11
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 8.5

Total Points – 35

Mattia Guadagnini

  • Races – ‘22

Averages

  • Race finishes – 4-5 for 5th 
  • Race first lap position – 6th 
  • Timed Practice – 7th 
  • Qualifying race finish – 13th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 5th 

Total Points – 34

Alvin Ostlund

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 18.25 in the first race, 19.5 in the second race, 19.75 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 17.75
  • Timed Practice – 22.5
  • Qualifying race finish – 15th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 16th 

Total Points – 21

Brian Bogers

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice), ‘19

Averages

  • Race finishes – 14.16 in the first race, 10.5 in the second race, 11.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 13th 
  • Timed Practice – 10.33
  • Qualifying race finish – 12th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 12th

Total Points – 74

Alberto Forato

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 8.5 in the first race, 9.75 in the second race, 9.25 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 11th 
  • Timed Practice – 9.25
  • Qualifying race finish – 11th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 12th 

Total Points – 66

Maxime Renaux

  • Races – ‘22
  • Race wins – 1
  • Race laps led – 11 in the first race
  • Qualifying race wins – 1
  • Qualifying race laps led – 9

Averages

  • Race finishes – 1-8 for 4th 
  • Race first lap position – 9.5
  • Timed Practice – 3
  • Qualifying race finish – 1st 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 1st 

Total Points – 38

Nicholas Lapucci

  • Races – ‘22

Averages

  • Race finishes – 17-13 for 15th 
  • Race first lap position – 12.5
  • Timed Practice – 16th 
  • Qualifying race finish – 18th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 19th 

Total Points – 12

Ivo Monticelli

  • Races – ’22, ’21, ’19, ‘18

Averages

  • Race finishes – 12.67 in the first race, 10th in the second race, 11.33 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 10th 
  • Timed Practice – 15.25
  • Qualifying race finishes – 10th 
  • Qualfying race first lap position – 10.33

Total Points – 59

Henry Jacobi

  • Races – ’22, ‘21(twice)

Averages

  • Race finishes – 8.5 in the first race, 11.75 in the second race, 9.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 10.75
  • Timed Practice – 16.25
  • Qualifying race finish – 17th 
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 17th 

Total Points – 63

Petar Petrov

  • Races – ’19, ‘18

Averages

  • Race finishes – 17.5 in the first race, 18th in the second race, 17.5 overall finishes
  • Race first lap position – 17.25
  • Timed Practice – 18.5
  • Qualifying race finish – 17.5
  • Qualifying race first lap position – 17.5

Total Points – 13

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Stat Attack: Indianapolis Supercross Review

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With the tenth round of AMA Supercross in the books, statistics maestro Paul Pearcy has provided MX Vice with some brilliant numbers to tuck into from what was a great night of action. Enjoy

250 Class

Qualifying

  • Top 3
  1. Max Anstie: 49.492
  2. Tom Vialle: 49.492; (Max got top spot because his time came in the first session, while Tom’s time came in the second session)
  3. Pierce Brown: 49.719

LCQ

  • Top 3
  1. Jeremy Martin
  2. Ryder Floyd
  3. Hardy Munoz
  • Laps Led
  1. Jeremy Martin: 5
  2. Hardy Munoz: 2
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Jeremy Martin: 52.413
  2. Preston Boespflug: 53.150
  3. Gage Linville: 53.549
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Jeremy Martin: 53.655
  2. Preston Boespflug: 54.259
  3. Ryder Floyd: 54.373

Race 1

  • Top 3
  1. Cameron Mcadoo
  2. Haiden Deegan
  3. Seth Hammaker
  • Laps Led
  1. Cameron Mcadoo: 12
  2. Daxton Bennick: 1
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Haiden Deegan: 49.561
  2. Tom Vialle: 49.660
  3. Cameron Mcadoo: 49.854
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Cameron Mcadoo: 50.830
  2. Haiden Deegan: 51.086
  3. Seth Hammaker: 51.907
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Preston Boespflug: 2.970
  2. Cameron Mcadoo: 3.184
  3. Jalek Swoll: 3.287

Race 2

  • Top 3
  1. Haiden Deegan
  2. Cameron Mcadoo
  3. Tom Vialle
  • Laps Led
  1. Haiden Deegan: 12
  2. Jalek Swoll: 1
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Haiden Deegan: 49.493
  2. Tom Vialle: 50.690
  3. Pierce Brown: 50.868
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Haiden Deegan: 51.522
  2. Cameron Mcadoo: 52.214
  3. Tom Vialle: 52.580
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Jeremy Hand: 2.040
  2. Coty Schock: 2.315
  3. Max Anstie: 2.634

Race 3

  • Top 3
  1. Tom Vialle
  2. Pierce Brown
  3. Cameron Mcadoo
  • Laps Led
  1. Tom Vialle: 13
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Tom Vialle: 49.844
  2. Chance Hymas: 50.020
  3. Cameron Mcadoo: 50.175
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Tom Vialle: 51.493
  2. Pierce Brown: 51.563
  3. Haiden Deegan: 51.892
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Marshal Weltin: 1.984
  2. Seth Hammaker: 1.997
  3. Nick Romano: 2.233

Overall

  • Top 3
  1. Cameron Mcadoo; (1st win of the season, 80% podium rate this year)
  2. Tom Vialle; (80% podium rate this year)
  3. Haiden Deegan; (40% podium rate this season)
  • Laps Led
  1. Tom Vialle: 13; (Tom is now tied with Austin Forkner for most laps led this season at 37.  34% of total laps raced)
  2. Cameron Mcadoo: 12
  3. Haiden Deegan: 12
  4. Jalek Swoll: 1
  5. Daxton Bennick: 1
  • Best First Lap Position Average
  1. Tom Vialle: 3rd 
  2. Cameron Mcadoo: 3.333
  3. Jalek Swoll: 4th 

Points

  • Top 10
  1. Cameron Mcadoo: 98
  2. Tom Vialle: 96
  3. Pierce Brown: 87
  4. Haiden Deegan: 82
  5. Coty Schock: 79
  6. Seth Hammaker: 72
  7. Daxton Bennick: 71
  8. Max Anstie: 62
  9. Chance Hymas: 60
  10. Jalek Swoll: 58

450 Class

Qualifying

  • Top 3
  1. Jett Lawrence: 48.523
  2. Eli Tomac: 48.554
  3. Cooper Webb: 48.568; (The difference between 1st and 3rd was .045 seconds.)

LCQ

  • Top 3
  1. Kyle Chisholm
  2. Justin Starling
  3. Devin Simonson
  • Laps Led
  1. Kyle Chisholm: 7
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Ty Masterpool: 52.415
  2. Kyle Chisholm: 52.810
  3. Freddie Noren: 53.248
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Kyle Chisholm: 54.223
  2. Ryan Breece: 54.271
  3. Freddie Noren: 54.390

Race 1

  • Top 3
  1. Jett Lawrence
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Chase Sexton
  • Laps Led
  1. Jett Lawrence: 10
  2. Ken Roczen: 6
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Jett Lawrence: 48.639
  2. Ken Roczen: 49.225
  3. Cooper Webb: 49.581
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Jett Lawrence: 51.023
  2. Cooper Webb: 51.383
  3. Ken Roczen: 51.402
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Aaron Plessinger: 2.774
  2. Eli Tomac: 3.095
  3. Chase Sexton: 3.785

Race 2

  • Top 3
  1. Jett Lawrence
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Chase Sexton
  • Laps Led
  1. Jett Lawrence: 10
  2. Ken Roczen: 6
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Jett Lawrence: 49.499
  2. Ken Roczen: 49.713
  3. Chase Sexton: 49.849
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Jett Lawrence: 50.735
  2. Chase Sexton: 50.884
  3. Ken Roczen: 50.908 (That’s a difference of .173 in average lap times over 16 laps)
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Ken Roczen: 2.537
  2. Malcolm Stewart: 2.641
  3. Chase Sexton: 2.676

Race 3

  • Top 3
  1. Jett Lawrence
  2. Chase Sexton 
  3. Ken Roczen
  • Laps Led
  1. Ken Roczen: 10
  2. Jett Lawrence: 6
  • Fastest Lap Times
  1. Ken Roczen: 49.131
  2. Chase Sexton: 49.284
  3. Jett Lawrence: 49.314
  • Best Average Lap Times
  1. Jett Lawrence: 50.477
  2. Chase Sexton: 50.483
  3. Cooper Webb: 50.594; (That’s a difference of .117 in average lap times over 16 laps)
  • Most Consistent Lap Times (Least difference between fastest and slowest lap times)
  1. Chase Sexton: 2.528
  2. Cooper Webb: 2.885
  3. Jason Anderson: 3.079

Overall

  • Top 3
  1. Jett Lawrence; (The only other person to have a perfect sweep at a triple crown was Ken Roczen in 2020 also on a Honda.  Jett has now won 50% of the races this season, with a 60% podium rate)
  2. Ken Roczen; (Ken has a 50% podium rate this year)
  3. Chase Sexton; (Chase has a 50% podium rate this year)
  • Laps Led
  1. Jett Lawrence: 26; (Jett now has 130 laps led, 50.7% of total laps)
  2. Ken Roczen: 22; (Ken has the second most laps led at 49, Just 19% of total laps)
  • Best First Lap Position Average
  1. Ken Roczen: 1st 
  2. Jett Lawrence: 2nd 
  3. Jason Anderson: 4th 

Points

  • Top 10
  1. Jett Lawrence: 210
  2. Cooper Webb: 189
  3. Chase Sexton: 185
  4. Ken Roczen: 175
  5. Eli Tomac: 174
  6. Jason Anderson: 165
  7. Aaron Plessinger: 162
  8. Justin Cooper: 120
  9. Justin Barcia: 109
  10. Dylan Ferrandis: 107

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Since buying back MX Vice in November 2019, it has been challenging. One of those crystal balls would have been handy for navigating some problematic situations. Who would have thought COVID-19 would be a thing?

Those who follow MX Vice know we started from nothing but an idea. A fan who loved the sport created a Facebook page, website, and social media presence that would become disruptive. It has made numerous talented media people who were allowed to run with it for over thirteen years. Being in the UK/Europe has always been difficult; I’ve always believed that if we were a US media company, we would have been embraced and appreciated for our work ethic and the content we produce. We always cast one eye over the US in Europe, and you can’t blame the top European riders for doing the same.

MX Vice has always tried to give people a voice, especially the riders who are not in the limelight and the teams that put so much into the sport. We love people’s passion and sacrifice to improve and challenge themselves. That, for me, was the natural pull, not the money but the passion and sacrifice. We all know we would not be in motocross if it were about the money. I always considered MX Vice the media version of Steve Dixon’s team in MXGP (which I have a huge amount of respect for), where we have always tried to challenge without the factory budgets.

We knew it would be tough this year with so many businesses and brands cutting marketing budgets and reducing costs; this was never going to be good for us. We have just had two incredible months of stats, with January and February bringing in over 1 million people to the website, which is quite bittersweet. As much as the funds are low, so is my energy and health. COVID impacted me more than I could ever envisaged. My health has deteriorated ever since I caught COVID; my immune system is not in a great place, and when I try and work to the standard I set myself, my body breaks on me, and it takes me days to recover. Ed Stratmann has been a revelation since he took the editorial reigns and has pushed MX Vice to new heights, which is incredible given the lack of resources he has had to work with and support from myself. I have been missing from the podcast show to reduce my time, as I am now self-employed and working for two companies to pay the bills.

Every journey ends, and that’s not what we want. Over the past 13 years, we have given it everything, leaving no stone unturned. We’re proud of how we have disrupted, challenged decisions, held organisations accountable, and illuminated incredible stories.

We will have an auction for signed shirts donated by riders, podcast equipment, and memorabilia to pay off the invoices of some contributors. If, however, you want to see MX Vice continue, you can donate here: https://ko-fi.com/mxvice or purchase a shirt or memorabilia. If we meet our target of £25,000, which is currently outstanding to run this year, then Ed and I will continue. However, we fully expect this won’t happen due to the large sum required.

It’s hard out there at the moment. Take care of your health and family, and never lose your passion for the most fantastic sport in the world.

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