The 2022 MotoGP season is heading to France, and after the incredible showdown that saw Francesco Bagnaia claim the victory, we can’t wait for the French circuit. With six rounds done, Fabio Quartararo retains the top spot as the leading race with one win and three podium finishes.
Going into France, he has 89 points with Aleix Espargaro closely following with 82 points. Undoubtedly, this is gearing up to be a battle as they have some light between them and the rest of the table. It is going to take some doing to see a different set of names on the top after the visit to the Bugatti Circuit.
The leading teams going into this race include Suzuki, Aprilia Factory, and Yamaha all with 100+ points. They are the fastest in the league and have the current best riders. Therefore, we’re likely to see a winner from any of these teams in France.
Aside from the MotoGP, the circuit will also host races from the Moto2 and Moto3 Championships. Therefore, it will be a packed weekend with numerous attractive events as we look forward to what happens in France. It’s time we take a closer look at the upcoming race so you can get all set to make your bets against the MotoGP Odds.
MotoGP Betting Analysis for SHARK Grand Prix de France
Grand Prix de France Information
- Date: 13-15th May 2022
- Circuit: Bugatti Circuit
- Location: Le Mans, France
- Course: Permanent Racing Facility 4,185 KM
The MotoGP and Its Records
As we mentioned before, Quartararo is leading the MotoGP rankings as we go into France with 89 points, and following him closely is Espargaro. However, following the top two are Enea Bastianini and Alex Rins, who are both tied for 3rd on 69 points. As a result, they are 20 points from the top and 13 from second place.
Two riders are tied for 4th place, including the winner at the Jerez-Angel Nieto Circuit in Spain and Joan Mir. Both riders have 56 points. Therefore, they are 13 points from third place. France will be a good place to close the gap from the top. Other riders in the top 10 spots include Johann Zarco, Brad Binder, Marc Marquez, and Miguel Oliveira.
The manufacturer rankings see Ducati leading the rankings with 131 points and the closest currently is Yamaha which is 42 points behind the leaders. These two are followed by Aprilia, Suzuki, KTM, and Honda. However, the team rankings see Team Suzuki Ecstar as number one with 125 points, followed by Aprilia Racing with 109, Yamaha MotoGP with 107, Ducati Lenovo Team with 98, and RB KTM Factory Racing with 91 points.
Moto2 and Its Records
The Moto2 standings are also competitive. In the rider’s category, Celestino Vietti is leading the pack, and he is followed by Ai Ogura who won the last race in Spain. Ogura is 19 points behind Vietti, and as a result, it is possible to see a change in the leading man in the next few races.
Following the top two with 30 points off the top are Tony Arbolino, then Aron Canet, and Joe Roberts, who dropped a place since the last race. For the constructors, Kalex is leading with 150 points, followed by Boscoscuro and MV Agusta.
In the teams’ category, Idemitsu Honda Team has 126 points and leads the way. Following them are Flexbox HP40 with 114 points and Elf Marc VDS Racing Team with 105 points. In addition, Money VR46 Racing Team sits in 4th place with 100 points and Liqui Moly Intact GP is settled in 5th with 75 points.
Moto3 and Its Records
Sergio Garcia is the leading man in the Moto3 racing category. He leads the pack with 103 points after picking up more points in Spain. Following him in second place is Dennis Foggia with 82 points and Izan Guevara, the winner in Spain sits 3rd with 73 points. Other top riders in the top five positions include Jaume Masia and Deniz Oncu.
Gas Gas leads in the constructors’ group with 124 points, and that is 21 points more than second-place Honda, with KTM following in 3rd place with a 26-point deficit. Other constructors include Husqvarna and CFMoto. In the teams’ category, Aspar Team is leading with 176 points and Leopard Racing is second, RB KTM Ajo is third, CF Moto Racing Prustel GP is fourth, and RB KTM Tech3 is fourth.
Our Thoughts and Predictions
France is going to be packed with action, and we expect some exciting Motorcycle racing moments. We might see some changes in the standings after the race this weekend. However, whatever happens, we want to see epic showdowns that will give us lots of things to talk about before the next race.