We’re back! Last year was a season full of unpredictable results and general craziness. The 2020 season started in Jerez, with eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez breaking his arm in a gobsmacking crash which ended his attempt at a 9th title for that year.
But, now he’s back, with many wondering if the crash will have affected his ability to compete as he’s always done. The crash allowed someone other than Marquez or Lorenzo to get their hands on the MotoGP title for the first time in a decade.
It was the Spaniard Joan Mir who lifted the title last year, but will he be in with a shot of retaining it against this field of riders? The season is going to begin as the world seems to be in the ascendency, after a year of what has been a fairly dreary way of life for the majority of us.
There are some great rookies in the game this year too, with Luca Marini and Jorge Martin among the best. We can see them punching around the top spots for races throughout the season. But, it’s all eyes on Marquez, who will miss out on the first two races in Qatar as he continues to recover from his injury sustained last season.
Our team of In-house betting and motorsport experts await the release of the MotoGP odds for the 2021 season but have made predictions as to how things will likely pan out as the season rolls on. We review odds from the very best online sportsbook providers available to Canadian players. So, be sure to check back with us for the latest on everything MotoGP!