calendar, drivers, teams, ratings after the Dutch Grand Prix

calendar, drivers, teams, ratings after the Dutch Grand Prix

Fabio Quartarara (Yamaha) leads the championship at the summer break, 21 points ahead of Alejandro Espargaro (Aprilia). Johan Zarka (Ducati) is third with 58 units.

[Mis à jour le 27/06/2022 à 11h10] In 2022, the MotoGP World Championship will take place the longest season in its history. Actually no less than 20 races in the program of current exercises until November 6 (originally until the 21st, before the cancellation of the Grand Prix of Finland).

While legendary Italian driver Valentino Rossi retired at the end of last season, Fabio Quartarara (Yamaha) went to St world title defense purchased last year, the first French motorcyclist in the queen category. Niçois has three wins to date in 2022, but recorded his first clean sheet during the last race to date at Assen in the Netherlands. At the end of the 11th meeting of the season, which marked the beginning of the summer break, El Diablo leads the overall standings with 172 points, ahead of Alejandro Espargar (Aprilia), who has 151 units. The other Frenchman on set, Cannoit Johann Zarka (Ducati)occupies 3rd row hierarchy with 114 points. As for the teams, the official Aprilia team is ahead of Yamaha by 16 points. The next race will be held on August 7 in Silverstone as part of the British Grand Prix.

Rating of pilots of 2022

  • After the Dutch Grand Prix (11/20)
  1. Fabio Quartarara (Yamaha) – 172 points
  2. Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) – 151 points
  3. Johann Zarka (Ducati) – 114 points
  4. Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) – 106 points
  5. Enea Bastianini (Ducati) – 105 points
  6. Brad Binder (KTM) – 93 points
  7. Jack Miller (Ducati) – 91 points
  8. Joan Mir (Suzuki) – 77 points
  9. Alex Rins (Suzuki) – 75 points
  10. Miguel Oliveira (KTM) – 71 points
  11. Jorge Martin (Ducati) – 70 points
  12. Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) – 62 points
  13. Mark Marquez (Honda) – 60 points
  14. Marco Betseki (Ducati) – 55 points
  15. Luca Marini (Ducati) – 52 points
  16. Takaaki Nakagami (Honda) – 42 points
  17. Paul Espargaro (Honda) – 40 points
  18. Alex Marquez (Honda) – 27 points
  19. Franco Marbidelli (Yamaha) – 25 points
  20. Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati) – 18 points
  21. Deryn Binder (Yamaha) – 10 points
  22. Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha) – 10 points
  23. Remy Gardner (KTM) – 9 points
  24. Raul Fernandez (KTM) – 5 points
  25. Stefan Bradl (Honda) – 0 points
  26. Michele Piro (Ducati) – 0 points
  27. Lorenzo Savadori (Aprilia) – 0 points

Rating of 2022 teams

  • After the Dutch Grand Prix (11/20)
  1. Aprilia – 213 points
  2. Yamaha – 197 points
  3. Ducati – 197 points
  4. Pramac Ducati – 184 points
  5. KTM – 164 points
  6. Suzuki – 152 points
  7. Gresini Ducati – 123 points
  8. VR46 Ducati – 107 points
  9. Honda – 100 points
  10. LCR Honda – 69 points
  11. RNF Yamaha – 20 points
  12. Tech 3 KTM – 14 points

Calendar

After the 2020 practice, exclusively in Europe, the motorcycle world championship was limited to three races outside the Old Continent last year, two in Qatar and one in the United States. In connection with the favorable development of the health crisis, this season of 2022 is celebrated return to many distant destinations. Thus, discipline endures the busiest season in its history with 20 Grands Prix. Initially, there were even 21 of themuntil the announcement at the end of Maycancellation of the Grand Prix of Finland, scheduled for July 10, due to the geopolitical context in the region, close to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. MotoGP Championship has started on March 6 in Qatarbefore heading to Indonesia, Argentina and the United States. Arrival in Europe operated by Portugal, April 24while French Grand Prix stood as often in the heart of spring, Sunday, May 15. After 11 consecutive races on the Old Continent at the end of the season, the discipline will head to competitions in Japan, Thailand, Australia and Malaysia. in last date will take place in Europe, on the route of Ricardo Tormo Valencia, Spain, November 6.

=> All the information on the 2022 Moto GP calendar

Drivers and teams

In this MotoGP 2022 season, the calendar of records goes hand in hand with a the tray is no longer supplied than last year, in favor of the arrival of the 12th team. Aprilia launched its official structure, and Gresini, its former partner, turned to Ducati. Therefore, at St 24 motorcycles lined up there are fewer of them on the network eight Ducati. In front of her are four Yamahas, four Hondas, four KTMs, two Suzukis and two Aprilias. Among pilots, the main change compared to 2021 obviously concerns the retirement of Valentino Rossi. However, the Doctor continues to compete in MotoGP, bringing his own build, the VR46. There are two Italian pilots, his half-brother Luca Marini and a rookie Marco Betseki. No less in total five drivers discover the premier categorythe other four are Australian Remy GardnerSpanish Raul Fernandez and Italian Fabio Di Giannantoniochampion, runner-up and 7th respectively in the last Moto2 championship, while the South African Deryn Binder, Brad’s brother, made the jump from Moto3 (7th place). Among the favorites, the season was not rich in transfers. reigning world champion Fabio Quartarara continues to defend the colors of the official Yamaha team in the company of Franco Morbidelli, the vice-champion of 2020. Faced with them, we must find many leading Ducatimanaged by Francesco Bagnaia, the outgoing runner-up, Jack Miller, Jorge Martin and Johann Zarkonot forgetting about announced the return of Hondawith Paul Espargaro and Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez.

=> All information about riders and teams

TV program

For the fourth consecutive season, Canal+ has the rights to broadcast the World Speed ​​Championship on motorcycles in France. From now on, all races of the season are shown on different channels of the group. Live broadcast about all driving sessionsfor three categories, Moto3, Moto2, MotoGP. All in all, free practice Canal+Sport or Canal+Décaléwhile the qualification and race of each category are most often eligible to be shown on Canal+.

=> All information about the TV program

Final rating of drivers 2021

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

The final ranking of the teams of 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

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