2022 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 17, Buriram, Thailand

Pos No. Rider Bike Points Deficit
1 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 219  
2 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 217 -2
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 199 -20
4 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati 180 -39
5 43 Jack Miller Ducati 179 -40
6 33 Brad Binder KTM 154 -65
7 5 Johann Zarco Ducati 151 -68
8 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM 131 -88
9 89 Jorge Martin Ducati 127 -92
10 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia 122 -97
11 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 112 -107
12 10 Luca Marini Ducati 101 -118
13 93 Marc Marquez Honda 84 -135
14 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 80 -139
15 36 Joan Mir Suzuki 77 -142
16 73 Alex Marquez Honda 50 -169
17 44 Pol Espargaro Honda 49 -170
18 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 46 -173
19 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 31 -188
20 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati 23 -196
21 4 Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha 15 -204
22 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha 10 -209
23 87 Remy Gardner KTM 9 -210
24 25 Raul Fernandez KTM 9 -210
25 35 Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 3 -216
26 6 Stefan Bradl Honda 2 -217
27 51 Michele Pirro Ducati 0 -219
28 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 0 -219
29   Danilo Petrucci   0 -219
30 92 Kazuki Watanabe Suzuki 0 -219
31 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Honda 0 -219
Round Number: 
17
Year: 
2022

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Motomutterer Total Nr1 Rider1 Points1 Nr2 Rider2 Points2 Nr3 Rider3 Points3 Nr4 Rider4 Points4 Nr5 Rider5 Points5 Rookie RookieRider RookiePoints
KN58 930 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Jack Miller 179 4. Fabio Quartararo 219 5. Johann Zarco 151 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
Riesjart 907 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jorge Martin 127 3. Marc Marquez 84 4. Fabio Quartararo 219 5. Enea Bastianini 180 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
Wolferl123 882 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Miguel Oliveira 131 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Cloverleaf "#1 plate" 874 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jorge Martin 127 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Brad Binder 154 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
guy smiley 856 1. Fabio Quartararo 219 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Francesco Bagnaia 217 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
Powervalve58 854 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Enea Bastianini 180 4. Luca Marini 101 5. Aleix Espargaro 199 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
TheBoss 852 1. Fabio Quartararo 219 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Jack Miller 179 4. Francesco Bagnaia 217 5. Johann Zarco 151 R. Remy Gardner 9
GSP 835 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Jorge Martin 127 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Francesco Bagnaia 217 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Raul Fernandez 9
TZnRDracer 835 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Enea Bastianini 180 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Apical 835 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Marc Marquez 84 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Jorge Martin 127 R. Remy Gardner 9
SP_won 835 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Jack Miller 179 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Marc Marquez 84 R. Remy Gardner 9
BJ-Neilson 835 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jack Miller 179 3. Jorge Martin 127 4. Marc Marquez 84 5. Fabio Quartararo 219 R. Remy Gardner 9
Curly 835 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Jorge Martin 127 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Gerrycollins 828 1. Jack Miller 179 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Fabio Quartararo 219 5. Jorge Martin 127 R. Remy Gardner 9
Brian 828 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Remy Gardner 9
Dman904 820 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jack Miller 179 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Marc Marquez 84 5. Alex Rins 112 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Motoshrink 804 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 127 R. Marco Bezzecchi 80
stumo 786 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Enea Bastianini 180 4. Fabio Quartararo 219 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 9
WW 785 1. Fabio Quartararo 219 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Marc Marquez 84 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 9
D999 785 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 9
oldholla 785 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Remy Gardner 9
Highside Specialist 785 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 179 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Emlupi 747 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 127 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
WaveyD1974 741 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Enea Bastianini 180 3. Franco Morbidelli 31 4. Francesco Bagnaia 217 5. Fabio Quartararo 219 R. Darryn Binder 10
Rockhen 739 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jack Miller 179 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Franco Morbidelli 31 5. Marc Marquez 84 R. Remy Gardner 9
Isoia 733 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jorge Martin 127 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Marc Marquez 84 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 9
Ivanhoe 732 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Raul Fernandez 9
spongedaddy 694 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Fabio Quartararo 219 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
Morgs 693 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Jorge Martin 127 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 9
daddyrat 687 1. Marc Marquez 84 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Fabio Quartararo 219 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Remy Gardner 9
St. Stephen 664 1. Fabio Quartararo 219 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 127 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Yud77 637 1. Fabio Quartararo 219 2. Francesco Bagnaia 217 3. Marc Marquez 84 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Remy Gardner 9
Poole Pirate 631 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Marc Marquez 84 3. Jorge Martin 127 4. Jack Miller 179 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 9
Ibis117 545 1. Francesco Bagnaia 217 2. Jorge Martin 127 3. Marc Marquez 84 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 31 R. Raul Fernandez 9

Cloverleaf "#1 plate"   643   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jorge Martin   127   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
TZnRDracer   625   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Enea Bastianini   180   R. Raul Fernandez   9
SP_won   624   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Jack Miller   179   R. Remy Gardner   9
Dman904   624   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jack Miller   179   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Rockhen   624   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jack Miller   179   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Remy Gardner   9
guy smiley   600   1. Fabio Quartararo   219   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Francesco Bagnaia   217   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
Motoshrink   600   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
Wolferl123   576   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Miguel Oliveira   131   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Isoia   572   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jorge Martin   127   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Remy Gardner   9
KN58   560   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Jack Miller   179   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
Powervalve58   554   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Joan Mir   77   3. Enea Bastianini   180   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
Emlupi   543   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
spongedaddy   536   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Joan Mir   77   R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
BJ-Neilson   532   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jack Miller   179   3. Jorge Martin   127   R. Remy Gardner   9
WW   529   1. Fabio Quartararo   219   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Marc Marquez   84   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Yud77   529   1. Fabio Quartararo   219   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Marc Marquez   84   R. Remy Gardner   9
D999   529   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
daddyrat   529   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Remy Gardner   9
Apical   529   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Marc Marquez   84   R. Remy Gardner   9
Curly   529   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
oldholla   529   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Remy Gardner   9
Highside Specialist   529   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
St. Stephen   522   1. Fabio Quartararo   219   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Joan Mir   77   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Brian   522   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Joan Mir   77   R. Remy Gardner   9
Ivanhoe   522   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Fabio Quartararo   219   3. Joan Mir   77   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Riesjart   508   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jorge Martin   127   3. Marc Marquez   84   R. Marco Bezzecchi   80
stumo   490   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Enea Bastianini   180   R. Raul Fernandez   9
TheBoss   484   1. Fabio Quartararo   219   2. Joan Mir   77   3. Jack Miller   179   R. Remy Gardner   9
Gerrycollins   482   1. Jack Miller   179   2. Francesco Bagnaia   217   3. Joan Mir   77   R. Remy Gardner   9
GSP   439   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Jorge Martin   127   3. Fabio Quartararo   219   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Morgs   437   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Jorge Martin   127   R. Remy Gardner   9
Poole Pirate   437   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Marc Marquez   84   3. Jorge Martin   127   R. Raul Fernandez   9
Ibis117   437   1. Francesco Bagnaia   217   2. Jorge Martin   127   3. Marc Marquez   84   R. Raul Fernandez   9
WaveyD1974   305   1. Marc Marquez   84   2. Enea Bastianini   180   3. Franco Morbidelli   31   R. Darryn Binder   10

^ Cloverleaf again?!

KN58, looking OUTSTANDING up there. We might be asking your shirt size in a few races.

Thanks again Ivanhoe! Huge appreciation for your spreadsheet and posts.

Thanks Ivanhoe for posting this, I find myself plummeting down the order as I can't even seem to get my 5 picks on the track at the same time, let alone score!

Again, Ducati doesn't have to tell Bezzecchi to care for VR46 brother Pecco. Nor Miller! He passed clean and offered a tow in my view. Martin? Overriding lots of corners on fast approach. Zarco? That one dive almost hit the back of Bagnaia, and he was not changing his braking or line. Red went to Pramac after for a chat. 

Marquez can do the Dovi, but not a Pramac rider. Bezzecchi dropped like a stone when it dried and his tires were worn. He'd done his job out front, but it cost his Michelins. Sitting in 2nd costs visibility but overheats the front AND saves tire on a drying track. Miller was smart.

Bastiannini and Bagnaia are already in cahoots. Marini hears the VR46 orders. DiGi is too far back to be of service.

Team orders need to be in French and Spanish, with purple accents. And I think is just wise. 

Logical, even natural. Witness the flip side for isolated Fabio or Aleix! Hung out to dry in the wet, Red Armada running the gauntlet. No inline 4s even in play, it will be WORSE post Suzuki.

How will Yamaha even get front tires next year?! Better hope KTM and Honda leave some super softs laying around to buy with Monster money from Red Bull staff. Or have Fabio's French passport posted up at Michelin's tent. A hard rain is gonna fall.

That Ducati have thrown this away, we are reminded of the late Nicky Hayden's quote of "That's why we line up on Sunday."  The commentators perspectives on the relative merits of rain skills of Pecco and Fab did not play out.  We've got ourselves a proper dog fight for the end of the year.

 

I'm bias but nothing beats late-season high stakes championship battles at the Island.

This was a really weird race, completely contradicting expectations.

Previous rounds have shown Fabulous/Yamaha as having the better base setting: quick from first practice, where Pecco/Ducati have had to work hard through the weekend. And Pecco has struggled in wet conditions.

Fabulous has had his issues in the past with mixed, not quite wet, not really dry, but this was nothing of the sort = full wet, in which he has previously been fast.

But even Cal admitted Yamaha missed a trick, couldn’t find the feeling in the wet.

The wet race should have been a blessing for Yamaha, instead it turned into a nightmare.

Just weird, given Yamaha/Fabulous seemed to have a much better base to start from. Fabulous fan here, can’t help thinking they have let a golden opportunity go begging…but that’s why it is a team sport, far more involved than just the 24(?) laps on race day.