The circuits and curves with the most falls in the MotoE 2022

The circuits and curves with the most falls in the MotoE 2022
Eric Granado crashed during Race 1 of the MotoE at Misano 2022
Eric Granado crashed during Race 1 of the MotoE in Misano

In the MotoE World Cup 2022 there were 38 falls. Which are the circuits and curves where the most have been recorded? Which riders crashed the most and how many finished the season without crashes?

This year the circuit with the most falls was Misano, with a total of nine crashes, followed by the Jerez and Spielberg circuits, with seven crashes each. The circuit with the fewest crashes ever was that of Assen; only four were recorded, even though race 2 was stopped after only three laps. When analysing the individual corners, turn 13 of the Jerez circuit and turn 14 of Misano are where the riders crashed the most (five crashes each), while the terrible turn 3 at Le Mans recorded only one crash this year.
Moving on to the riders, the one who crashed the most was Mattia Casadei with six crashes. Next we find Marc Alcoba with five crashes and Hikari Okubo and Miquel Pons with four crashes each. The only riders to never crash were Dominique Aegerter, Kevin Manfredi and Niccolò Canepa.
If we only look at the crashes in the race, Marc Alcoba has the most crashes, with four falls, followed by Mattia Casadei with three and Miquel Pons with two. It should be noted that Eric Granado has never crashed throughout the season, except for crashing twice in the last round at Misano, when he was fighting with Aegerter for the championship victory. If we look at the past years, Granado has however improved his statistics: the Brazilian has had an average of four falls per season in previous years. If we look at the other protagonists of the championship, we find that for Aegerter this was the first year in which he has never crashed, while Ferrari was unable to replicate the 2019 and 2021 in which he never crashed. For Casadei, this was the worst year with six crashes, four more than in 2021.
Compared to past editions, in 2022 there was one crash for every 424 km raced during the six rounds of the championship, in 2021 the number was 377 km while, in 2020 and 2019, it was 340 km and 357 km respectively.
Below you will find the crashes for each rider and detailed data for each circuit.

wdt_ıd N. Rider Team Falls
1 1 Mattia Casadei Pons Racing 6
2 2 Marc Alcoba Openbank Aspar Team 5
3 3 Hikari Okubo Avant Ajo MotoE 4
4 4 Miquel Pons LCR E-Team 4
5 5 Eric Granado LCR E-Team 2
6 6 Kevin Zannoni Sic58 Squadra Corse 2
7 7 Bradley Smith WithU GRT RNF MotoE teams 2
8 8 Yeray Ruiz Avintia Esponsorama Racing 2
9 9 Matteo Ferrari Felo Gresini Racing MotoE 2
10 10 Alessio Finello Felo Gresini Racing MotoE 2
11 11 Hector Garzò Tech3 E-Racing 1
12 12 Xavi Fores OCTO Pramac MotoE 1
13 13 Jordi Torres Pons Racing 1
14 14 Alex Escrig Tech3 E-Racing 1
15 15 Maria Herrera Openbank Aspar Team 1
16 16 Massimo Roccoli Pons Racing 1
17 17 Xavi Cardelus Avintia Esponsorama Racing 1
18 18 Dominique Aegerter Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE 0
19 19 Kevin Manfredi OCTO Pramac MotoE 0
20 20 Niccolò Canepa WithU GRT RNF MotoE teams 0

Jerez de la Frontera - Spanish GP
Total falls: 7

Le Mans - French GP
Total falls: 5

Mugello – Italian GP
Total falls: 6

TT Assen - Dutch GP
Total falls: 4

Spielberg - Austrian GP
Total falls: 7

Misano – San Marino GP
Total falls: 9

The photos of some falls of the MotoE World Cup 2022

Photos: MotoGP and Teams

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