The appearance and attractiveness of tracks on which the bikes can speed up to have a different impact and is very valuable because it’s not just the speed that contributes to the excellent race tracks. Fans and riders both live the fast-flowing tracks and for this reason, we have created a list just for you of Top Ten Fastest MotoGP Race Tracks in the World.
Top Ten Fastest MotoGP Race Tracks in the World – Top Rated
10. Sepang, Malaysia
Sepang is included in the list, which has an average speed of 166.5km/h that is 103.46mph, and this record was made in 2014 by Marc Marquez. Andrea Dovizioso held the record of 329.6km/h that is 204.8moh of 329.6km/h that is 204.8moh, was organized by Andrea Dovizioso in the same year and on the ninth place is Ducati in the similar calendar.
9. Motegi, Japan
The average speed set by Jorge Lorenzo in 2015 was 166.5km/h and that is similar to Sepang’s Dovizioso. In Motegi, Andrea lannoni made a top speed record of 314.km/h that is 195.3mph in 2015 as well.
8. Brno, Czech Republic
169.1km/h (105.07mph) was again set by Lorenzo at Brno at his pole lap in last year’s qualifying. The circuits overall high speed are comparatively lower at 316.4kmh that is 196.6mph
7. Losail, Qatar
Lorenzo was again responsible for setting the record of 170km/h (105.63mph) in Qatar in 2008. In the current year, top speed record was achieved at 351.2km/h and the Ducati was responsible for it with Andrea Lannone.
6. Aragon, Spain
The high speed is 170.5km/h (105.94.mph) by Marc Marquez in 2014. Ducati doesn’t have any record in this circuit, as it was Stefan Brady’s LCR Honda that peaked the speed in 2013 up to 341.6km/h.
5. Assen, Netherlands
Valentino Rossi set the highest speed of this circuit with 176.5km/h (109.67mph) in the previous year. The Yamaha had shown high performance on this track but it was a Ducati with Andrea lannone that reached the most top speed of 319.8km/h.
4. Silverstone, Great Britain
The circuit has the reputation of being the fastest in the whole world, and there are also some upgrades made in the previous year with some extra turns and twists. 176.6km/h record was held by Marc Marquez last year. But the top speed is however low, which was 332.4km/h set by Lannone.
3. Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
Argentina’s Termas de Rio Hondo is a new track, but that doesn’t make it right and slow. Marc Marquez made a record of 177.1km/h in 2014 here. Bradl on his LCR Honda also achieved 334.1km/h on this track which is the top speed he made in the same year.
2. Mugello, Italy
The Italian rider along with his Italian bike, made the highest average speed record at Mugello with a history of 177.3km/h last year. The most top speed achieved was 350.8km/h made by Ducati in the same show.
1. Phillip Island, Australia
The fastest MotoGP lap has a speed of 182.1km/h and it is located in Australia. Jorge Lorenzo held the record. Andrea Dovizioso also made a record of 348km/h with a Ducati in last year’s event here.
Top Ten Fastest MotoGP Race Tracks in the World – Top List
|Top Ten Fastest MotoGP Race Tracks in the World
|Phillip Island, Australia
|Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina
|Silverstone, Great Britain
|Brno, Czech Republic
Bikes mechanics and techs aren’t the only thing necessary for top speed. Having a soundtrack is equally essential when it comes to speed, the list above gives a good idea about the best MotoGP tracks and the records held there