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2011 CEV 125GP season

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2011 CEV 125GP
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The 2011 CEV 125GP season was the final year of 125cc bikes before Moto3 bikes became mandatory. Álex Rins was proclaimed champion after finishing 12 points clear of team-mate Álex Márquez.

Calendar[edit | edit source]

2011 calendar
Round Date Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Race winner Winning team Sources
1 17 April Spain Jerez Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Rins Team Catalunya Caixa Repsol
2 8 May Spain Aragon Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Márquez Team Catalunya Caixa Repsol
3 19 June Spain Catalunya Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Márquez Spain Álex Rins Team Catalunya Caixa Repsol
4 10 July Spain Albacete Italy Francesco Bagnaia Spain Álex Rins Italy Álex Márquez Team Catalunya Caixa Repsol
5 22 July Spain Albacete Spain Álex Rins Spain Álex Rins Italy Francesco Bagnaia Team Catalunya Caixa Repsol
6 9 September Spain Valencia Spain Josep Rodriguez Spain Josep Rodriguez Spain Josep Rodriguez Wild Wolf-Racc MS
7 18 November Spain Jerez Spain Álex Márquez Italy Niccolò Antonelli Italy Niccolò Antonelli Italia Gabrielli

Championship standings[edit | edit source]

Points were awarded to the top fifteen finishers. Rider had to finish the race to earn points.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pos Rider Bike JER
Spain
ARA
Spain
CAT
Spain
ALB
Spain
ALB
Spain
VAL
Spain
JER
Spain
Pts
1 Spain Álex Rins Derbi 1 2 1 3 Ret 3 20 102
2 Spain Álex Márquez Derbi 2 1 Ret 1 Ret 2 Ret 90
3 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Derbi 7 7 16 2 1 5 Ret 74
4 Italy Niccolò Antonelli Aprilia Ret 6 9 6 4 1 65
5 Brazil Eric Granado Aprilia 5 9 4 10 6 7 13 59
6 Spain Jorge Navarro Aprilia 3 3 Ret 9 3 14 Ret 57
7 Italy Romano Fenati Aprilia 4 4 3 4 55
8 Spain Josep Rodríguez Aprilia 5 Ret 12 4 1 Ret 53
9 Spain Juan Francisco Guevara Aprilia 6 11 5 5 9 Ret 10 50
10 United Kingdom John McPhee Aprilia 8 10 Ret Ret 8 Ret 3 38
11 Australia Jack Miller Aprilia 11 7 2 34
12 Italy Massimo Parziani Aprilia 12 8 Ret 11 8 7 34
13 Spain Ana Carrasco Aprilia 10 Ret 7 Ret 10 29 11 26
14 Italy Andrea Migno Aprilia 12 2 24
15 Japan Syunya Mori Honda Ret 19 6 14 23 5 23
16 Spain Albert Arenas Aprilia 17 15 5 Ret 6 22
17 Czech Republic Miroslav Popov Aprilia 2 20 20
18 United Kingdom Fraser Rogers Aprilia 19 14 13 7 10 Ret 20
19 United Kingdom Kyle Ryde Honda 11 4 18
20 Germany Luca Amato Aprilia 9 8 Ret 15
21 Spain Daniel Ruiz Honda 13 17 8 15 Ret 19 Ret 12
22 Spain Pedro Rodríguez Aprilia 14 16 11 17 12 18 19 11
23 Australia Arthur Sissis Derbi 6 10
24 Germany Philipp Öttl KTM 22 8 8
26 France Guillaume Raymond Honda 9 7
25 United Kingdom Wayne Ryan Aprilia 21 9 Ret 7
28 Spain Josep García Honda 11 5
29 United Kingdom Rob Guiver Honda 16 12 4
30 France Morgan Berchet Aprilia 24 Ret 12 19 4
31 Italy Francesco Mauriello Aprilia 16 12 4
32 Netherlands Bryan Schouten Honda 13 3
33 France Agustin Levy Honda 16 18 17 20 13 Ret 3
34 France Renald Castillon Honda 13 Ret 3
35 Italy Paolo Giacomini Aprilia 18 13 19 16 3
36 Spain Ruben González Aprilia 22 Ret 14 18 15 17 Ret 3
37 Spain Sara Sanchez Aprilia 15 1
38 France Enzo Boulom Honda 14 26 2
39 Germany Florian Alt KTM 15 1
40 United Kingdom Bradley Ray Honda 15 Ret 1
41 Spain Sergio Mora Aprilia 15 Ret 1
42 France Alan Techer Aprilia 15 Ret 1
Pos Rider Bike JER
Spain
ARA
Spain
CAT
Spain
ALB
Spain
ALB
Spain
VAL
Spain
JER
Spain
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole position
Italics – Fastest lap

References[edit | edit source]

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