2022 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 18, Phillip Island, Australia

Pos No. Rider Bike Points Deficit
1 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 233  
2 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 219 -14
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 206 -27
4 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati 191 -42
5 43 Jack Miller Ducati 179 -54
6 33 Brad Binder KTM 160 -73
7 5 Johann Zarco Ducati 159 -74
8 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 137 -96
9 89 Jorge Martin Ducati 136 -97
10 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM 135 -98
11 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia 122 -111
12 10 Luca Marini Ducati 111 -122
13 93 Marc Marquez Honda 104 -129
14 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 93 -140
15 36 Joan Mir Suzuki 77 -156
16 44 Pol Espargaro Honda 54 -179
17 73 Alex Marquez Honda 50 -183
18 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 46 -187
19 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 31 -202
20 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati 23 -210
21 4 Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha 15 -218
22 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha 12 -221
23 87 Remy Gardner KTM 10 -223
24 25 Raul Fernandez KTM 9 -224
25 35 Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 6 -227
26 6 Stefan Bradl Honda 2 -231
27 51 Michele Pirro Ducati 0 -233
28 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 0 -233
29 45 Tetsuta Nagashima   0 -233
30 9 Danilo Petrucci Suzuki 0 -233
31 92 Kazuki Watanabe Suzuki 0 -233
Round Number: 
18
Year: 
2022

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If Fabio wins the last two then Pecco needs a 2nd and a 3rd which is never easy. However, I really can't see Fabio winning both, possibly Sepang but only maybe. I think two solid results will clinch it for Pecco, two 4th places, still not easy but looking very good. Only a no score can stop him now I think.

Pours at four, but hopefully at three thirty as well. 

Hey, fellow Mutterers, just filling in for Ivanhoe this week. I tried out the new program, which had a bug, and later realized the buggery was operator error. I resorted to the old-fashioned way and don't quite trust the maths. Let's blame it on covid - it's so convenient. Leave a comment if there is an error with your total. 

Motogp Championship Standings:

Current Top 5 and Rookie - 1121    1. F. Bagnaia (Factory Ducati) - 233   2. F. Quartararo (Factory Yamaha) - 219    3. A. Espargaro (Factory Aprilia) - 206   4. E. Bastianini (Gresini Ducati) - 191    5. J. Miller - 179   (R) M. Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Ducati) - 93

Motomutterers Fantasy Pick Standings:

1. KN58 - 987    1. M. Marquez - 104    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. J. Miller - 179    4. F. Quartararo - 219    5. J. Zarco - 159    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

2. Riesjart - 976    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Martin - 136    3. M. Marquez - 104    4. F. Quartararo - 219    5. E. Bastianini - 191    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

3. Cloverleaf (#1 plate) - 918    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Martin - 136    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Mir - 77    5. B. Binder - 160    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

4. Wolferl123 - 911    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Oliveira - 135    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Martin - 136    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

5. Powervalve58 - 911    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Mir - 77    3. E. Bastianini - 191     4. L. Marini - 111    5. A. Esparagaro - 206    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

6. guy smiley - 905    1. F. Quartararo - 219    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. F. Bagnaia - 233    4. J. Mir - 77    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

7. SP_won - 881    1. F. Bagnaia - 233     2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. J. Miller - 179    4. J. Martin - 136    5. M. Marquez - 104    (R) R. Gardner - 10

8. Apical - 881    1. F. Bagnaia - 233     2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. M. Marquez - 104    4. J. Miller - 179    5. J. Martin - 136    (R) R. Gardner - 10

9. Dman904 - 881    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Miller - 179    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. M. Marquez - 104    5. A. Rins - 137    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

10. BJ-Neilson - 881    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Miller - 179    3. J. Martin - 136    4. M. Marquez - 104    5. F. Quartararo - 219    (R) R. Gardner - 10

11. Curly - 880    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Miller - 179    5. J. Martin - 136    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

12. GSP - 880    1. M. Marquez - 104    2. J. Martin - 136    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. F. Bagnaia - 233    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

13. TheBoss - 877    1. F. Quartararo - 219     2. J. Mir - 77    3. J. Miller - 179    4. F. Bagnaia - 233    5. J. Zarco - 159    (R) R. Gardner - 10

14. TZnRDracer - 862    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. E. Bastianini - 191    4. J. Miller - 179    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

15. Brian - 854    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. J. Mir - 77    4. J. Martin - 136    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) R. Gardner - 10

16. Gerrycollins - 854    1. J. Miller - 179    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. J. Mir - 77    4. F. Quartararo - 219    5. J. Martin - 136    (R) R. Gardner - 10

17. stumo - 833    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. E. Bastianini - 191    4. F. Quartararo - 219    5. J. Mir - 77    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

18. oldholla - 822    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Mir - 77    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) R. Gardner - 10

19. Highside Specialist - 821    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Mir - 77    5. J. Miller - 179    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

20. WW - 821    1. F. Quartararo - 219    2. F. Bagnaia - 233     3. M. Marquez - 104    4. J. Miller - 179    5. J. Mir - 77    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

21. D999 - 821    1. M. Marquez - 104    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Miller - 179    5. J. Mir - 77    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

22. Emlupi - 792    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Mir - 77    5. J. Martin - 136    (R) F. Di Giannantonio - 23

23. WaveyD1974 - 790    1. M. Marquez - 104    2. E. Bastianini - 191    3. F. Morbidelli - 31    4. F. Bagnaia - 233    5. F. Quartararo - 219    (R) D. Binder - 12

24. Isoia - 779     1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Martin - 136    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. M. Marquez - 104    5. J. Mir - 77    (R) R. Gardner - 10

25. Motoshrink - 779    1. M. Marquez - 104    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. F. Quartararo - 219   4. J. Mir - 77    5. J. Martin - 136    (R) M. Bezzecchi - 93

26. Rockhen - 776    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Miller - 179    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. F. Morbidelli - 31     5. M. Marquez - 104    (R) R. Gardner - 10

27. Ivanhoe - 748    1. F. Bagnaia - 233     2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. J. Mir - 77    4. J. Miller - 179    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

28. Morgs - 739    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. J. Martin - 136    4. J. Miller - 179    5. J. Mir - 77    (R) R. Gardner - 10

29. daddyrat - 733    1. M. Marquez - 104    2.    F. Bagnaia - 233    3. F. Quartararo - 219    4. J. Martin - 136    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) R. Gardner - 10

30. spongedaddy - 719    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. F. Quartararo - 219    3. J. Mir - 77    4. J. Martin - 136    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) F. Di Giannantonio - 23

31. Poole Pirate - 692    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. M. Marquez - 104    3. J. Martin - 136    4. J. Miller - 179    5. A. Dovizioso - 31    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

32. St. Stephen - 689    1. F. Quartararo - 219    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. J. Mir - 77    4. J. Martin - 136    5. Andrea Dovizioso - 15    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

33. Yud77 - 674    1. F. Quartararo - 219    2. F. Bagnaia - 233    3. M. Marquez - 104    4. J. Mir - 77    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) R. Gardner - 10

34. Ibis117 - 590    1. F. Bagnaia - 233    2. J. Martin - 136    3. M. Marquez - 104    4. J. Mir - 77    5. F. Morbidelli - 31    (R) R. Fernandez - 9

No problema Ivanhoe. I can be your wingman.

I can, and do, empathize with those that are experiencing one of "those Days," when i am feeling out of sorts or not right like something is missing, clumsy or disjointed with words and actions, or basically retarded (in the sense of not being aware of being "in sync" with life. So, if you are having a ballooning tire pressure of excessive wear situation, or the traction control is cutting in excessively, or are riding "behind the bike rather than on it," (as Pedrosa once described the experience) I'll take the lead. No worries, mate.

We've got a proper Phillip Island battle between 7th and 13th. And when Marquez beats Pecco next round, I'll be breaking clear. ;^)

Good of you to step in. Seems it’s between KN58 and Riesjart, but let’s see. I’m looking forward to passing the #1 plate to the eventual winner, together with a racing shirt in the tradition ‘shrink established last season. I was gently hoping it would be him and I could deck him out in red. But it was not to be. Maybe next year. 

Por nada, Cloverleaf. 

You have been battling at the front for two years running. Very impressive. Chapeau.

I would not be surprised if Binder finished the season in fifth. Throughout his gp career, he has always improved his final position in the standings from one year to the next in each category. He has that look on the grid - the steely determination to get it done. But he has a big challenge with the form Miller has been showing of late.

KN58, you are going to do well if it rains on Sunday - I think you've got it. Great picks!

(Thanks sponge! And Cloverleaf, thanks so much for the shirt "pay it fwd" - hoping it sticks...even if you were trying to turn me evil to the Red side).

It feels like one can be happy for whomever won 2022, you know? Ducati FINALLY since Stoner. Quarty with heart against better bikes. Etc etc. 

Then next yr we will already resent Ducati. Script flipped, returning from rubble Marc and the Honda, with the best rider line up in YEARS to challenge.