With Pecco Bagnaia winning and Jack Miller placing third in the Algarve GP, Ducati wins its third MotoGP Constructors World Champion Title.
For the third time, Ducati is crowned as the 2021 MotoGP Constructors World Champion. The title was earned as the results from the Algarve GP, in Portimão, Portugal placed Ducati factory riders Pecco Bagnaia and Jack Miller in first and third places, respectively.
“The best motorcycle in the world is Made in Italy. Ducati is MotoGP Constructors’ World Champion for the second year in a row. This remarkable success fills us with pride. Once again, the teamwork of engineers and riders has given excellent results. The Desmosedici GP has proved to be very competitive, bringing on the podium 5 out of 6 riders who raced on Ducati bikes during the Championship. Pecco Bagnaia, Jack Miller, Jorge Martin, Johann Zarco, Enea Bastianini and Luca Marini have all been extraordinary. I want to thank them for giving us a season full of emotions with six victories and a record of 21 podiums, despite one race still to go. We have bet on these young talents and on their energy without being disappointed. A big thank you also to the entire Ducati Corse team for bringing home this great result once again, working with the passion and determination that has always distinguished every member of the Ducati family on track. Now we just have to close the season in the best way possible with the race in Valencia and then look forward to next year with the desire to improve more and more”. – Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding.
Ducati won its first MotoGP Constructors World Champion title thirteen years ago. Its second title was achieved last year in 2020 at the same Portuguese track.