Moto GP 2022: calendar, riders, teams, standings

Second in the Indonesian GP is Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) in 3rd place in the championship with 3 points behind leader Ene Bastianini (Ducati).

[Mis à jour le 21/03/2022 à 18h40] In 2022, the so-called MotoGP World Championship the longest season in its history. In fact, no less than 21 courses are on the program of the current exercise, until November 6.

While legendary Italian rider Valentino Rossi left at the end of last season, Fabio Quartararo has just left to defend his world title won the first French motorcyclist in the queen category last year. At the end of the second round of the dispute in Indonesia, March 20, Niçois points in third place in the evaluation of riders, three points for the leader. It dominates the current hierarchy Enea Bastianini (Ducati), the winner of his first MotoGP race at the opening championship in Qatar on March 6. The Italian, Moto2 champion in 2020, has a total of 30 points, while Brad Binder (KTM) has 28 points and Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) 27. The second Frenchman on the field Johann Zarco (Ducati) is in 5th position with 24 units. As for the teams, the official KTM team is 12 points ahead of Yamaha. The next Grand Prix will take place on April 3 in Argentina.

Pilot ranking 2022

  • After GP Indonesia (21.2.)
  1. Enea Bastianini (Ducati) – 30 points
  2. Brad Binder (KTM) – 28 points
  3. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) – 27 points
  4. Miguel Oliveira (KTM) – 25 points
  5. Johann Zarco (Ducati) – 24 points
  6. Pol Espargaró (Honda) – 20 points
  7. Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) – 20 points
  8. Alex Rins (Suzuki) – 20 points
  9. Joan Mir (Suzuki) – 20 points
  10. Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) – 14 points
  11. Jack Miller (Ducati) – 13 points
  12. Marc Marquez (Honda) – 11 points
  13. Darryn Binder (Yamaha) – 6 points
  14. Takaaki Nakagami (Honda) – 6 points
  15. Luca Marini (Ducati) – 5 points
  16. Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) – 4 points
  17. Alex Marquez (Honda) – 3 points
  18. Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha) – 2 points
  19. Remy Gardner (KTM) – 1 point
  20. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) – 1 point
  21. Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati) – 0 points
  22. Raul Fernandez (KTM) – 0 p
  23. Marco Bezzecchi (Ducati) – 0 p
  24. Jorge Martin (Ducati) – 0 points

Team ranking 2022

  • After GP Indonesia (21.2.)
  1. KTM – 53 points
  2. Yamaha – 41 points
  3. Suzuki – 40 points
  4. Honda – 31 points
  5. Gresini Ducati – 30 points
  6. Pramac Ducati – 24 points
  7. Aprilia – 24 points
  8. Ducati – 14 points
  9. LCR Honda – 9 points
  10. Withu Yamaha – 8 points
  11. VR46 Ducati – 5 points
  12. Tech 3 KTM – 1 point

Calendar

After training in 2020 exclusively in Europe, the World Championship last year was limited to three races outside the old continent, two in Qatar and one in the United States. With the development of the health crisis, this year 2022 must be marked return to many remote destinations. Since then, it has been a milestone for a discipline that will experience the busiest season in its history 21 big prizes. MotoGP Championship has started on March 6 in Qatarbefore traveling to Indonesia, Argentina and the United States. Arrival in Europe will be via Portugal on April 24whereas on July 10 in Finland is to host a general practitioner for the first time in 40 years. In the meantime, motorcycle enthusiasts in France will definitely not miss it Grand Prix de France, scheduled for May 15, 2022. After twelve consecutive races on the old continent, the end of the season is heading for events in Japan, Thailand, Australia and Malaysia. a deadline will take place in Europe on the Ricardo Torma route Valencia, Spain, November 6.

=> All information about the Moto GP 2022 calendar

Riders and teams

For this season, MotoGP 2022 goes a record calendar hand in hand the tray is no longer shipped as last year, in favor of the arrival of the 12th team. Aprilia launched its official structure while Gresini, her former partner, turned to Ducati. Black on 24 motorcycles listed there are fewer than on the grid eight Ducati. Opposite her are four Yamaha, four Honda, four KTM, two Suzuki and two Aprilia. Among the pilots, the main change compared to 2021 is clearly concerned departure of Valentino Rossi. However, the Doctor remains involved in MotoGP by bringing his own VR46 structure. There are two Italian pilots, his half-brother Luca Marini and a beginner Marco Bezzecchi. Overall no less than five riders discover a first class categorythe other four are Australians Remy GardnerSpanish Raúl Fernandez and Italian Fabio Di Giannantoniorespectively champion, vice-champion and 7th in the last Moto2 championship, while South African Darryn Binder, Brother Brada, made the jump from Moto3 (7th). Among the favorites, the season was not rich in transfers. reigning world champion, Fabio Quartararo still defends the colors of the official Yamaha team in the company of Franco Morbidelli, Vice Champion 2020. We should find them face to face many leading Ducatisdriven by Francesco Bagnaia, outgoing Deputy Master, Jack Miller, Jorge Martin and Johann Zarcowithout forgetting announced Honda’s returnwith Polo Espargaro and Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez.

=> All information about riders and teams

TV programs

For the fourth season in a row, Canal + has the rights to broadcast the World Motorcycle Championship in France. Since then, all the races of the season have been shown on the group’s various channels. Live stream is about all ridesfor three categories, Moto3, Moto2, MotoGP. In general, free training takes place Canal + Sport or Canal + Décaléthe qualifications and races of each category are most often entitled to be exhibited on the Canal + channel.

=> All information about the TV program

Final standings 2021

  1. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) – 278 points
  2. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) – 252 points
  3. Joan Mir (Suzuki) – 208 points
  4. Jack Miller (Ducati) – 181 points
  5. Johann Zarco (Ducati) – 173 points
  6. Brad Binder (KTM) – 151 points
  7. Marc Marquez (Honda) – 142 points
  8. Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) – 120 points
  9. Jorge Martin (Ducati) – 111 points
  10. Maverick Viñales (Yamaha) – 106 points
  11. Enea Bastianini (Ducati) – 102 points
  12. Pol Espargaró (Honda) – 100 points
  13. Alex Rins (Suzuki) – 99 points
  14. Miguel Oliveira (KTM) – 94 points
  15. Takaaki Nakagami (Honda) – 76 points

Final standings 2021

  1. Ducati – 433 points
  2. Yamaha – 380 points
  3. Suzuki – 307 points
  4. Pramac Ducati – 288 points
  5. Honda – 250 points
  6. KTM – 245 points
  7. LCR Honda – 146 points
  8. Avintia Ducati – 143 points
  9. Gresini Aprilia – 135 points
  10. Petronas Yamaha – 96 points
  11. Tech 3 KTM – 76 points

Photo: Icon Sport

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