The fastest speed in all the sessions was 217 mph, set by Andrea Iannone at Mugello, Italy. A Ducati posted the fastest speed at all but two of the 18 rounds, with Andrea Dovizioso fastest at seven tracks, Iannone at eight, and Yonny Hernandez at one. At eight of the events, Ducatis were one and two in the top-speed charts; at one, they were the top three, and in two rounds—Misano and Mugello—Ducatis filled the top four places in the top-speed results. On average, the fastest Ducati in qualifying posted a trap speed 2.5 mph higher than the fastest Honda, 3.7 mph higher than the fastest Yamaha, and 8.1 mph higher than the fastest Suzuki. That is an impressive list of results, but it seems to be getting even better this year: At Qatar, the opening round of the 2016 series, the top seven bikes in one practice session were all Ducatis, with the eighth-placed bike more than 6 mph off the fastest Ducati.