Ducati Dominates 2023 MotoGP Season with Constructors' Title and Riders' Championship in Sight

Ducati’s performance in the 2023 MotoGP season so far

  • Ducati has already claimed the constructors’ title, with five races still left on the calendar.
  • Has won all but three races this season.
  • Riders like Pecco Bagnaia, Jorge Martin, and Marco Bezzecchi are currently in the top three positions in the riders’ championship.
  • Marco Bezzecchi has been particularly impressive this season, racing despite just undergoing collarbone surgery.

The 2023 MotoGP season is nearing its thrilling conclusion, and it’s abundantly clear that Ducati has been an unstoppable force, both for its factory and satellite teams. In fact, even with five race weekends still remaining on the calendar, Ducati has already claimed the coveted 2023 constructors’ title, amassing an impressive total of over 500 points.


The race that sealed the deal was the Indonesian GP held at the iconic Mandalika circuit. The event culminated in a spectacular victory for Ducati Factory racer Pecco Bagnaia, who secured the top spot on the podium. Joining him in the top ten were Fabio Di Giannantonio, who finished fourth, Marco Bezzecchi in fifth place, and Enea Bastianini in eighth position. These outstanding performances solidified Ducati’s dominance in the championship.

Ducati’s triumph in the constructors’ title race for the 2023 season marks their fourth consecutive manufacturers’ championship victory, a remarkable achievement for the Italian powerhouse. This resurgence began in 2020, and it’s no surprise considering the relentless research and development efforts invested in the Ducati Desmosedici GP. Widely regarded as the best bike in the paddock, Ducati’s track record speaks for itself, highlighting their mastery in both bike design and rider recruitment.



Since the start of the season, Ducati has asserted its dominance by clinching victory in all but three races. The exceptions include Alex Rins, who secured a win for LCR Honda at COTA, and Aleix Espargaro, who triumphed for Aprilia in the British and Catalunya GPs. Ducati’s dominance is evident in their substantial points tally, currently standing at an impressive 527 points, nearly double that of their closest competitor, KTM, with 283 points.

With five races left in the 2023 calendar, anticipation is building. The upcoming Australian GP at the Phillip Island circuit promises to be a thrilling event, followed by a series of high-stakes races in Thailand, Malaysia, and Qatar. The season will culminate in Valencia on the weekend of November 26, 2023, ensuring that fans have plenty to look forward to.

Pecco Bagnaia

While it has secured the constructors’ championship, the battle for the World Championship title remains fiercely contested. Currently, the top three positions are held by Ducati riders, with Pecco Bagnaia leading the pack with an impressive 346 points. In second place is Jorge Martin with 328 points, and Marco Bezzecchi has managed to maintain his third-place position with 283 points, demonstrating incredible resilience by racing just days after undergoing collarbone surgery.

There are many benefits to success in MotoGP, including

  • Increased brand awareness and prestige: It is already a well-known brand, but its success in MotoGP has helped to further increase its awareness and prestige. This can lead to increased sales of Ducati motorcycles and other products.
  • Technological advancements: The MotoGP team is constantly developing new technologies, many of which are eventually incorporated into its production motorcycles. This means that Ducati riders can benefit from the latest and greatest technologies, even if they are not racing in MotoGP themselves.
  • Attracting top talent: Success in MotoGP has helped to attract top talent to the company, both in terms of riders and engineers.
  • Marketing opportunities: MotoGP’s success gives the company a number of marketing opportunities. For example, Ducati can use its MotoGP riders and bikes in its advertising campaigns. Ducati can also offer sponsorship opportunities to other companies, which can help to generate additional revenue for the company.


As the 2023 MotoGP season hurtles towards its conclusion, fans can expect a nail-biting battle for individual honors. It’s supremacy in the constructors’ championship sets the stage for a thrilling conclusion to the season, and all eyes are on the riders as they vie for the coveted World Championship title. Stay tuned for the heart-pounding action that’s sure to unfold in the races ahead.


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