Gran Premio de España Heats Up! Betting Favorites & Predictions for MotoGP

Gran Premio de España Heats Up! Betting Favorites & Predictions for MotoGP

This year will deliver the longest season in MotoGP history, with 21 races set to come our way

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We are currently just 2 races into the new season, so there is still plenty of time for things to change at the top of the standings. All we can do for now, though, is take a look at how things are now and try to decide who might be in the running to win the next race, which is the Gran Premio Estrella Galicia 0,0 de Espana. There are several Spanish drivers racing in MotoGP, so you might well assume that one of them will win on hoe soil, but will that be how things will play out? We are going to take a quick look at the current top 4 riders, keeping in mind that there have only been 3 races, so let’s get to it.


Jorge Martin

Looking back at Martin’s career, you can see that this is a guy that appears to be on the brink of something great. He finished out his time in Moto3 by winning a championship, getting progressively better with each passing season until he got that win. He is following a similar path in MotoGP, with a 2nd place overall finish in 2023 a sure sign that he could be in the hunt to win his first championship at this level. The bookies have him in as the favorite to win it all and he is certainly living up to the hype, picking up 80 points in 3 races, one of which was a win. He finished 4th in Spain last season, so expect this strong start to continue.

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Ennea Bastianini

It looked as though Bastianini had made a major breakthrough in the 2022 season, finishing 3rd overall but that was followed by a disjointed 2023 season, where he was unable to start a bunch of races and feel all the way down to 15th in the overall standings. He is looking to bounce back this year and is out to a solid start. He began with a 5th place finish in Qatar, but he followed that up with a pair of podium finishes in the last 2 races. He did not start in this race last year, so it’s tough to know what to expect this weekend.

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Maverick Vinales

It was a huge race for Vinales last time out, as he picked up the win in the Grand Prix of the Americas. Vinales definitely needed that one in the worst way after being forced to retire and leaving points on the track in the race prior. The question now is whether he can build on that win in Spain this weekend. That is tough to know given that he was forced to retire from this race last season.

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Pedro Acosta

It has been a pretty meteoric rise to the top for Acosta over the pat few years. He won the Moto3 championship at the first time of asking, after which he won the Moto2 championship in his 2nd season at that level. He is now in his first full season at the top level in this sport and is already making a mark, sitting in 4th overall after the first 3 races of the year. He has been on the podium in each of the last 2 races and could be worth a look again this weekend.

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Top 10 MotoGP Championship Betting Odds

  • Jorge Martin +149
  • Francesco Bagnaia +234
  • Marc Marquez +410
  • Maverick Vinales +510
  • Pedro Acosta +510
  • Enea Bastianini +1000
  • Brad Binder +3500
  • Aleix Espargaro +4500
  • Fabio Di Giannantonio +12000
  • Marco Bezzecchi +14000


2024 MotoGP Calendar

Round Date Grand Prix Circuit
4 28 April Gran Premio de España Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto, Jerez de la Frontera
5 12 May Grand Prix de France Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans
6 26 May Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló
7 2 June Gran Premio d’Italia Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello, Scarperia e San Piero
8 16 June Grand Prix of Kazakhstan Sokol International Racetrack, Almaty[a]
9 30 June Motul TT Assen TT Circuit Assen, Assen
10 7 July Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland Sachsenring, Hohenstein-Ernstthal
11 4 August Monster Energy British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone
12 18 August Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
13 1 September Gran Premio de Aragón MotorLand Aragón, Alcañiz
14 8 September Gran Premio Red Bull di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico
15 22 September Grand Prix of India Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida
16 29 September Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia Pertamina Mandalika International Street Circuit, Central Lombok
17 6 October Motul Grand Prix of Japan Mobility Resort Motegi, Motegi
18 20 October Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island
19 27 October OR Thailand Grand Prix Chang International Circuit, Buriram
20 3 November Petronas Grand Prix of Malaysia Petronas Sepang International Circuit, Sepang
21 17 November Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia
Top 3 Riders Standings
Pos Driver Points Team
1 Jorge Martin 89 Prima Pramac
2 Enea Bastianini 59 Ducati Lenovo
3 Maverick Viñales 56 Aprilia Racing
Top 3 Manufacturer Standings
Pos Team Points
2 KTM 76

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2023 MotoGP Espana Picks

In sports there is something to be said for playing in front of your home fans, but does that translate to the world of motorsports, where the roar of the engine essentially blocks out the people watching an event? I guess we might get an answer this weekend when MotoGP heads to Spain, with a couple of Spanish racers currently sitting in the top 4 in the championship standings. Spanish riders have always been among the best in this sport, so even if one of them does win this weekend, it may well have nothing to do with racing at home. With all of that said, let’s take a look at the MotoGP betting analysis and some of the potential favorites for the MotoGP Guru by Gryfyn de Espana.


MotoGP Betting Analysis for the Gran Premio Guru by Gryfyn de España

When: Sunday, April 30 at 2:00 pm ET
Where: Circuito de Jerez, Spain
TV / Streaming: CNBC


Marco Bezzecchi

If we are being honest, it’s more than a little surprising to see Bezzecchi sitting atop the rider standings at the moment. This is his 2nd full season with MotoGP, with his first not particularly setting the world alight. He finished the 2022 season in 14th overall, failing to win a race and having just 1 podium finish. He did not have to wait long for his first MotoGP win this season, though, winning in Round 2 in Argentina. He also has a podium finish through the opening 3 races, but can he maintain this pace? He ran 9th in this race last season.


Francesco Bagnaia

Much like Bezzecchi, Bagnaia had a slow start to life in MotoGP, finishing outside the top 10 in his first 2 seasons after winning the Moto2 World Championship. That now seems like a very long time ago, as Bagnaia ran 2nd overall in his 3rd full season before winning it all in 2022. He is, once again, out to a good start, winning the opening race of the season, although he did leave points on the track after being forced to retire in the last race. Bagnaia has a win and a 2nd place finish in his last 2 runs on this track, so he has to be the favorite here.


Alex Rins

Rins may well be one of the most consistent racers to not have won a world championship. He has been close on several occasions, finishing in the top 5 in 3 of the last 5 seasons. After a pair of top 10 finishes to start the 2023 season, Rins really got going at the Circuit of the Americas in the last race on the MotoGP schedule, taking the checkered flag to move into the top 3 in the racer standings. This has not been a track that has been kind to Rins, so taking him to win might be a risk.


Maverick Vinales

Vinales is another racer who has been consistently good without going all the way and winning a World Championship. Might this be the season where that changes? Vinales is certainly off to a very decent start, getting on the podium in Round 1 before bouncing back from a tough race in Argentina to crack the top 5 at the Circuit of the Americas. He does have a 3rd place finish in his past in this race, and while a win might be a bridge too far this weekend, a top 5 finish is certainly not.


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