MotoGP riders/world rankings towards the 2022 Aragon GP (September 18)

Speedway Ranking: BAGNAIA believes in it!

The MotoGp . Ranking leads us to GB Aragona 2022: We run here on Sunday 18th September, and the situation is becoming more and more interesting. There are still six Grand Prix left at the end of the season, so we have a maximum of 150 points a single rider can get: Fabio Quartararo still judges the MotoGP rating, but the gap is now starting to narrow and the credit goes to giant Francesco Bagnaia, who won the The last four races, even surpassing Aleix Espargaró for second place in the standings, now sees the world champion With only 30 lengths.

It’s a Pecco offering that we clearly hope will also continue into Aragon Gp 2022; On the Spanish track, however, there will be other champions who will try to put a spokes at the wheel of the two drivers who, we can say without fear of denial, are the only ones who, along with the aforementioned Espargaró, can realistically compete for the world title. So all that remains is to wait for the Grand Prix, and then see how the MotoGp standings will change: As previously mentioned, Bagnaia could be closer to Quartararo after the Aragona 2022 GP is a big hope he has inside at the moment. Lots of concrete…

Motorcycle arrangement: other positions

What about the other positions in the MotoGP standings? Looking at the 2022 GP Aragona, behind the aforementioned three world title contenders, we find Ina Bastianini who could have gone a lot but is paying the price for stopping and many mistakes. Perhaps 73 points behind Quartaro is really excessive and the world champion’s train has run and ran, the same can be said of Johann Zarco who is 13 points below Bastianini, and two points ahead of Jack Miller.

There are four Ducatis in the top six in the MotoGP standings: this naturally gives more prestige to what Quartararo and Aleix Espargaró were able to do with Yamaha and Aprilia, and two bikes on the eve of MotoGP were considered inferior to Borgo Panigale and, moreover, they confirmed this trend. Now, we’ll see what happens on the track soon, when we finally start racing for the 2022 Gp Aragona…

MOTOGP rating

1 – Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) 211
2 – Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) 181
3- Alex Espargaro (Aprilia) 178
4- Enea Bastianini (Ducati) 138
5. Johann Zarco (Ducati) 125
6. Jack Miller (Ducati) 123
7. Brad Bender (KTM) 115
8- Maverick Vinales (Aprilia) 101
9. Alex Rains (Suzuki) 101
10. Jorge Martin (Ducati) 94
11. Miguel Oliveira (KTM) 90
12- Luca Marini (Ducati) 82
13. Joan Mir (Suzuki) 77
14- Marco Besecki (Ducati) 68
15 – Marc Marquez (Honda) 60
16- Takaaki Nakagami (Honda) 46
17- Paul Espargaro (Honda) 42
18- Alex Marquez (Honda) 35
19. Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) 26
20 – Fabio Di Giannantonio (Ducati) 23
21- Andrea Dovizioso (Yamaha) 15
22 – Darren Bender (Yamaha) 10
23. Remy Gardner (KTM) 9
24 – Raul Fernandez 8
25 – Stefan Bradel (Honda) 2

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