MotoGP 2021 Prize Money Revealed

MotoGP is the oldest motorsport world championship, started in 1949 a year before Formula 1. MotoGP is governed by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). The main event in motorsports used to be 500cc until 2002, when it was renamed MotoGP. These are the prize money of the MotoGP riders and the earnings of the Moto2 and Moto3 teams.

The current MotoGP calendar was interrupted due to the Covid outbreak and only 14 Grands Prix were taken this year. However, for the 2021 season, authorities have given the green light to the original Prix 19. The Calendar list for the 2021 season is as follows.

Round Date Big prize
1 28th March Qatar Grand Prix
2 April 11 Grand Prize of the Argentine Republic
3 April 18th Grand Prix of the Americas
4 May 2 Spanish Grand Prix
5 May 16 France French Grand Prix
6 May 30 Italian Grand Prix
7 June 6th Catalan Grand Prix
8 June 20th German Motorcycle Grand Prix
9 June 27th TT Assen
10 July 11 Finnish Grand Prix
eleven August 15th Austrian Motorcycle Grand Prix
12 August 29 Grand Prix of Great Britain
13 September 12 Aragon Grand Prix of Aragon
14 September 19th Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera
fifteen October 3 Japanese Grand Prix
sixteen October 10th Thailand Grand Prix
17 October 24th Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix
18 31 October Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix
19 November 14th Grand Prize of the Valencian Community

MotoGP produces high-end racing bikes and cannot be purchased by the public as it is illegal to drive these bikes on the road. Furthermore, MotoGP events are divided into 4 racing classes.

Types of careers Settled down
MotoGP 2002
Moto2 2010
Moto3 2012
MotoE 2019

Divisions are classified on the basis of motorcycle cc, as MotoGP bikes are heavier and faster than Moto 2 and Moto E. While MotoE is a race that takes place with electric bikes.

The new MotoGP season will start from March and there will be talk about wages and bag value, so there is no doubt that MotoGP is an exciting and life-threatening sport too, but the FIM is a governing body that is very reserved on the wages and monetary values ​​of the winners. in MotoGP races.

But manufacturers are reportedly said to give players defined salaries and when they finish on the podium they are only paid bonuses. Thus, the list of MotoGP salaries for various riders is as follows.

Prize money of the winners of MotoGP 2021

Runner Salary
Marc Márquez $ 14.5 million
Valentino rossi $ 10.5 million
Maverick Viñales $ 8 million
Jorge Lorenzo $ 7.5 million
Andrea Dovizioso $ 5.6 million
Andrea Iannone $ 3.3 Million
Danilo petrucci $ 3 million
Fabio Quartararo $ 1.5 million
Pol Espargaro $ 1.5 million
Alex Marquez $ 1.5 Million
Jack Miller $ 1.25 million
Aleix espargaro $ 1 million
Joan Mir $ 1 million
Cal crutchlow $ 950,000
Alex kidneys $ 750,000
Takaaki nakagami $ 750,000
Francesco Bagnaia $ 650,000
Tito Rabat $ 500,000
Franco Morbidelli $ 500,000
Johann zarco $ 300,000
Iker Lecuona $ 200,000
Alex Marquez $ 200,000
Mika Kallio $ 200,000
Brad binder $ 200,000
Miguel Oliveira $ 200,000

Marc Márquez is the highest paid MotoGP player, so when he finishes on the podium his bonuses are also high, however the bonuses have not been published. But what has been released are the monetary values ​​of Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE. Therefore, the list of monetary value is as follows.

Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE cash prizes 2021

Standing Moto3 Moto2 MotoE
1st € 10,000 € 6,600 € 4,500
2nd € 6,500 € 3,500 € 2,500
Third € 3,500 € 2,500 1200 €
Room € 2,000 € 1,500 € 900
Fifth € 1,000 € 950 € 840
Sixth € 800 € 800 € 700
Seventh € 700 € 700 € 600
Eighth € 650 € 650 550 €
Nineth € 600 € 600 € 500
10 to 14 550 € 550 € 450 €
fifteen € 500 € 500 € 400
16 to 20 € 425 € 425 € 320
21-25 350 € 350 € 250 €
26 to 30 € 320 € 320 € 220
31 to 35 € 280 € 280 € 180