For the third year in a row, Ducati has earned the Constructors’ World title for the 2022 MotoGP season.
With Enea Bastianini winning the MotorLand Aragón Grand Prix, his fourth race of the season, Ducati has won the MotoGP Constructors’ World title for the third consecutive year. This is the fourth Constructors’ World Title for Ducati in the premier class. They clinched it five races ahead of the end of the Championship, 37 points ahead of the second-placed team.
Among the many riders who have helped contribute to this success, Pecco Bagnaia stands out with his six victories in 2022. In the MotorLand Aragón GP, he started from pole position and remained the race leader until the final lap, when he was passed by Enea Bastianini to win by just 42 thousandths of a second.
“We are happy to have gotten our third consecutive Constructors’ World Title, the fourth in Ducati’s history in MotoGP. It is a result that we expected, given the results obtained by our riders this year, including the six victories of Bagnaia and the four wins of Bastianini. I want to thank all our riders and all the Ducati Corse staff, whose commitment and dedication have allowed us to reach this goal again. Now we can focus exclusively on the riders’ title: we are 10 points from the top of the standings, and with five races remaining, the fight in the Championship is open more than ever.” – Luigi Dall’Igna, Ducati Corse General Manager.
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