With prices posted prior to the Qatar Grand Prix, Race #1 on March 8, 2020, Marc Marquez is the undisputed king of the circuit right now. Given his Moto dominance, it's never a bad option to bet money on the Spaniard. Marquez won five of the last six riders' championships, and he'll be tough to beat in 2020. Our odds at the top of this page, which are updated weekly, change often so jump in when you feel you know the 2019 Moto GP Champion
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2020 MotoGP schedule will have plenty of drama. Here is the slate of races:
Qatar Grand Prix
Finnish Grand Prix
Thailand Grand Prix
Czech Grand Prix
Americas Grand Prix
Motorrad Grand Prix
Argentinian Grand Prix
British Grand Prix
Spanish Grand Prix
San Marino Grand Prix
French Grand Prix
Aragon Grand Prix
Italian Grand Prix
Japanese Grand Prix
Catalan Grand Prix
Australian Grand Prix
German Grand Prix
Malaysian Grand Prix
TT Assen Grand Prix
Valencia Grand Prix
TEAMS AND RIDERS 2020
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing:
Monster Energy Yamaha:
Red Bull KTM Tech 3:
4 - Andrea Dovizioso (Italy)
9 - Danilo Petrucci (Italy)
33 - Brad Binder (South Africa)
44 - Pol Espargaró (Spain)
12 - Maverick Viñales (Spain)
46 - Valentino Rossi (Italy)
5 - Johann Zarco (France)
53 - Tito Rabat (Spain)
20 - Fabio Quartarato (France)
21 - Franco Morbidelli (Italy)
29 - Andrea Iannone (Italy)
41 - Aleix Espargaró (Spain)
30 - Takaaki Nakagami (Japan)
35 - Cal Crutchlow (United Kingdom)
36 - Joan Mir (Spain)
42 - Álex Rins (Spain)
43 - Jack Miller (Australia)
63 - Francesco Bagnaia (Italy)
27 - Iker Lecuona (Spain)
88 - Miguel Oliveira (Portugal)
Betting on Every Grand Prix
The sportsbooks will publish MotoGP betting odds for every single race and for the future champions: Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, Cal Crutchlow, Maverick Vinales and much more.
Every race on the MotoGP calendar gives bettors the opportunity to place a winning wager, which means that there is no shortage of chances to profit throughout the year. But, with so many options available, it can be hard to know exactly which race, which lines or which market to spend your hard-earned cash on. Luckily, there are a few simple tips.
First and foremost, ensure you tune in for the whole weekend of racing and not just the final race. Rain, wind, dry and temperature may affect the motorcycle's engine and the rider's performance.
You should be able to gain a better understanding of the race conditions and the potential performance of the riders that you are looking to bet on. Certain competitors will also thrive at particular locations, so be sure to check their track history (including their races in the lower classes) before placing your bet.
Be careful with your MotoGP bets though - just because a rider obtains pole position does not guarantee he will have a successful race. In the 2017 season, only five of the eighteen races were won by the man who started at the front of the grid, and only eight of eighteen finished on the podium after starting from the pole position.
If you're unsure of who is going to win the race - let's face it, we've all been there - there are several options for you. The top online sports betting sites will let you bet on who will make it to the podium, who will finish in the top six and which riders will record competition points. You can even bet on the nationality of the race winner, which is a great option if you're a fan of Spaniards!
There is nothing like the roar of a 1000cc engine, and that's just one of the reasons to be obsessed with MotoGP, the world's premier motorcycle racing competition. Each and every year the riders get better and the bikes get faster, so there's always plenty to look forward to. With races on the calendar from March until November, you'll never be short on MotoGP action.
All the thrills and spills on the track make MotoGP a fan favourite, and the fast-paced, unpredictable nature of motorcycle racing makes it especially exciting for those in the betting community.
Each MotoGP race consists of a variety of betting markets, so you're not just limited to picking the race winner. You can also take a punt on who you think will win the Riders' Championship or Constructors' Championship at any time throughout the year. The action never stops!
2020 MotoGP Results
Below are the results from every race during the 2020 MotoGP racing season. As it stands the season hasn't started, but as things get underway we will update this page how things went down.
Spanish Grand Prix
The first race of the new season at the Circuito de Jerez in the South of Spain, where Fabio Quartararo kicked his season off with a win. An emotional win for the Frenchman, having lost out the year before due to engine failure.
Andalusia Grand Prix
The Andalusian Grand Prix was also won by the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo, taking 50 points from two races and closely followed by Maverick Viñales.
Czech Republic Grand Prix
Next up we were at the Masaryk Circuit, where the South African Brad Binder won the race with a +5 second lead on the second-placed finisher Franco Morbidelli of Italy.
Austrian Grand Prix
Next up we crossed the border to Austria and the Red Bull Ring, where title hopeful Andrea Dovizioso had an excellent race. He managed to win the race with +1 seconds ahead of the rest of the pack.
Styria Grand Prix
We remained in Austria for the next big race meet, which took place at the Red Bull Ring again. The Styria GP was won by the Portuguese racer, Miguel Oliveira.
San Marino and Rimini's Coast Grand Prix
The San Marino and Remini GP was an all Italian affair; with Morbidelli in first, Bagnaia in second and Valentino Rossi in fourth. It was the Spaniard Joan Mir who picked up the third place.
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
The next race took us to Bologna, where the Spanish contingent of riders dominated the field. Maverick Viñales won the race, with Joan Mir and Pol Espargaró coming in third.
Catalan Grand Prix
Having not won a race since the start of the season, Fabio Quartararo was long overdue a return to the top of the podium. He didn't disappoint in Barcelona, edging out local Catalan rider Pol Espargaró.