2022 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 19, Sepang, Malaysia

 

Pos No. Rider Bike Points Deficit
1 63 Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 258  
2 20 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 235 -23
3 41 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 212 -46
4 23 Enea Bastianini Ducati 211 -47
5 43 Jack Miller Ducati 189 -69
6 33 Brad Binder KTM 168 -90
7 5 Johann Zarco Ducati 166 -92
8 42 Alex Rins Suzuki 148 -110
9 88 Miguel Oliveira KTM 138 -120
10 89 Jorge Martin Ducati 136 -122
11 12 Maverick Viñales Aprilia 122 -136
12 93 Marc Marquez Honda 113 -145
13 10 Luca Marini Ducati 111 -147
14 72 Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 106 -152
15 36 Joan Mir Suzuki 77 -181
16 44 Pol Espargaro Honda 56 -202
17 73 Alex Marquez Honda 50 -208
18 30 Takaaki Nakagami Honda 46 -212
19 21 Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 36 -222
20 49 Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati 23 -235
21 4 Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha 15 -243
22 40 Darryn Binder Yamaha 12 -246
23 87 Remy Gardner KTM 10 -248
24 35 Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 10 -248
25 25 Raul Fernandez KTM 10 -248
26 6 Stefan Bradl Honda 2 -256
27 51 Michele Pirro Ducati 0 -258
28 32 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 0 -258
29 45 Tetsuta Nagashima Honda 0 -258
30 9 Danilo Petrucci Suzuki 0 -258
31 92 Kazuki Watanabe Suzuki 0 -258
Round Number: 
19
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 1067 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Johann Zarco 166 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Riesjart 1059 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Enea Bastianini 211 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Cloverleaf "#1 plate" 980 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Brad Binder 168 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
guy smiley 978 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Francesco Bagnaia 258 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Powervalve58 975 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Luca Marini 111 5. Aleix Espargaro 212 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Wolferl123 966 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Miguel Oliveira 138 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Dman904 953 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Alex Rins 148 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Apical 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Remy Gardner 10
SP_won 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Marc Marquez 113 R. Remy Gardner 10
BJ-Neilson 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Fabio Quartararo 235 R. Remy Gardner 10
Curly 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Raul Fernandez 10
GSP 941 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
TZnRDracer 939 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10
TheBoss 935 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Johann Zarco 166 R. Remy Gardner 10
Motoshrink 925 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Brian 905 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Remy Gardner 10
Gerrycollins 905 1. Jack Miller 189 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Remy Gardner 10
stumo 904 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
oldholla 882 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Remy Gardner 10
Highside Specialist 882 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
WW 882 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
D999 882 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
WaveyD1974 865 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Enea Bastianini 211 3. Franco Morbidelli 36 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Fabio Quartararo 235 R. Darryn Binder 12
Emlupi 842 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
Rockhen 841 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Franco Morbidelli 36 5. Marc Marquez 113 R. Remy Gardner 10
Isoia 829 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 10
Ivanhoe 805 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10
daddyrat 788 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Remy Gardner 10
Morgs 783 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 10
spongedaddy 765 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
St. Stephen 731 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Yud77 729 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Remy Gardner 10
Poole Pirate 721 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Ibis117 630 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10

Shall we agree on a top 3 plus top independent, 'shrink what do you say?

Much trickier to predict a top 3, who would you field? 2 from team red, Quartararo, Marc, Aleix/Mav, Rins, top independent?

Three will require some real tough choices to be made...

^ Great idea on top Independent! If no repeats and such a large # of people it is likely to make more people happy to do Top 5 plus one Independent. Top 3 may run out of preferable/good options after a dozen participants, penalizing the others?

^ Group input --> decision by "Race Direction"

Anyone want to be a third with us so we can vote efficiently? Anyone have a recommendation? Cloverleaf, D999, Ivanhoe, spongedaddy, St Stephen, WaveyD1974, Freddie Spencer?

:)

Case in point from last yr, look at our current #1 and #2 front runners. Multiple people discussed how to best account for Riesjart having order better, but KN58 has the points over him.

Apical and SP_won both have the Top 2 correct! Back battling for 9th. Powervalve picked Asparagus! What do you three think?

Should we try...

(It is always a compromise, and it isnt easy to do via spreadsheet is it?). Add a "correct position bonus?" Descending in value from 1st thru 5th? As a % of the rider's points? That sounds like your final decision Ivanhoe the "Timing and Scoring manager."

Where is JINX when we need a good thought? Where the heck did you go?! Hope you're doing well, you're missed. Hell, BrickTop too...a few others over the years. Don't leave me and WaveyD here over-posting like annoying 13 year old girls on social media.

;)

REWATCHING THE RACE oh my. And I'm going to try not to post a single thing about it for a change, there are shop projects getting dusty...

The original idea was just a prediction of the championship podium for fun. The more complex it gets the more it becomes a chore to some degree. I think from the original idea the only need to keep any score is to add some measure of how useless our predictions are.

I think no matter how we tried to adjust the scoring to reflect the 'correct ordering' of riders within a chosen group, it would create as many 'problems' as it solved. I think it is a question of where is the value in the predictions. Reward that value and then an imperfect system would decide who was champion....very much like the real championship. If it's order then reward the ordering and use total points for a tie. If it's points then use points and ordering for a tie.

I agree, keep it simple. The interesting this year, to me at least, has been the rookie results. Most of us thought Raul or Remy would take the lead. Aside from the KTM (bike and team) not really helping them achieve results, not many of us predicted Bezecchi’s success. So I think rookie, rather than independent, should stay in the mix and it will separate the true wizards from the rest of us. Or are there no rookies for 2023?

So far, Fernandez is the only rookie entering Motogp in '23. Unless Toprak...

I think top independent is a good addition. The number of veteran riders? I don't know, how about four? This season, I believe tied scores are broken by the accuracy of the order of the picks. That sounds fine by me. 

Good to see you back, Ivanhoe. Thanks for updating the spreadsheet.

About how it runs in future. I don’t have anything helpful to add, I’m just grateful to the folks here who make it happen.

Happy to be in the top ten.

Not as dusty as SBK at San Juan Villicum. Weird crashes off line due to no grip.

Eighth place for me, wow man! I'm in the top ten(ish). SP-won has the order more correct. I should be ninth or so.

Number 9 number 9 Danilo Petrucci 9.

Our current format seems to be working ok. Maybe; Top 5 plus top independent team rider plus best Rookie?

Where is Jinx? A good MotoBrain and plenty of engineering insight as well. Jinx is in the USA, can someone check he is ok? We have heard nothing since this "Cemeteries are full of indispensable men" and a comment more like a novella. It has been a year & nine months. Maybe Jinx is on a submarine? When will Jinx surface? I need some Jinx humour.

https://motomatters.com/news/2021/01/07/davide_brivio_leaves_suzuki_for_...

Sorry about the mention of Formula Yawn.

If Toprak doesn't step over, maybe we should include a top rookie pick for next year. It would finally give us something we could all agree on. Then later, we could discuss Malaysia 2015 again. Just to keep things spicy. Resume the Bitci and Skratchy discussions.

Did you watch the moto3 race yesterday? A really good one. McPhee sitting on the ground in Parc ferme. Put a towel over his head and sobbed a few times. Outpouring of emotion from such a frustrating season. Then he composed himself, stood up, and shared joy with his teammates. Including his crew chief. The guy from the video from three years ago abusing a rider.

McPhee's first career podium is worth another watch too:

https://www.motogp.com/en/videos/2015/08/09/indygp-moto3-full-race/181254

^ I am inclined to Top 5 plus Independent given the above.

Ivanhoe, up to you if you want to add a bonus for position correct - feel free (if easy on spreadsheet it sounds fun, I'm just appreciative you are doing Scoring!).

Rule clarification, CAN have Top Independent be a repeat of someone in your Top 5. 

2023 Top 5 starts right after Valencia. Be sure to sign up early because no repeats are allowed. (I can get it started again and hand the list off Weds before Qatar).

...Already picked mine, messing w order. See you at the Circuit de Kart November 4th. 

Riesjart, you can do it - GO BASTIANINI!

:)

Cheers!

^ you’ve had a very good discussion - apologies for the late arrival on the scene - and it seems from the points made, as ‘shrink suggests, that it’s worth running with the current approach for another year, substituting Independent for Rookie. I did consider raising the question of replacement riders, having felt sympathy towards colleagues who lost a rider through in-season injury or retirement (as in the case of Rins or Mir or Dovi). And even more sympathy towards those who selected what should have been an excellent team but were unaccountably let down by the underperformance of one of their riders (Morbidelli, for example, or Remi - whose  disappointing performances effectively ruined the chances of several otherwise strong contenders - some with potential for #1. And finally, the thought occurred of limiting the number of bikes of one make that can be selected (for no doubt obvious reasons). But on balance I tend to think it’s better to leave things as they are and let pickers weigh chances of injury and underperformance when choosing their teams. On ‘shrink’s question of whether Top Independent can ‘be a repeat of someone in your Top 5’, I’ve not made any picks myself yet, but in principle the answer seems to me to be a resounding ‘yes’. 
 

While I’m on, once again many thanks to the redoubtable Ivanhoe - I hope things are going well with you, my friend. If it’s ok with you, I’ll be sending you a racing shirt at the end of the season as a small thank you for your contribution (I’ll be in touch about that separately and in due course also with the new holder of #1 plate). This is in no way connected with your keeping me for much of the season in sight of a 3rd place finish. That prospect is swiftly diminishing now sadly - it’s just as well then that there isn’t a massive Ducati style bonus for third or I’d be feeling less cheery at the prospect of slipping down the table. If nothing else, I’m hopeful of finishing ahead of ‘shrink ;)

One round to go. Good luck everyone, I hope you  enjoy every moment of the race, it’s going to be a long dark closed season. 

^ Thanks a bunch, huge help Cloverleaf.

Winning 2021, and way up front 2022? ...better watch the inside line because I'm hoping to 2021 Mir your Miller with a paint swap. Already seeing you as the person to beat next season. 

KN58 are you here? I cheering for Bastianini and Riesjart in Spain!

and thanks for your support. Another contest down to the wire 😂 

Thanks for the kind words, I’ve ridden my luck and certainly had fun this year, especially over our pretend enmity, but while I’ll have a shot I’ve no great hopes of tipping success next year. It seems to me that bikes and riders, already closely matched, will be even better matched and more difficult to separate next year, especially with the additional sprint races. Way beyond my knowledge and skill set to figure out. But not yours, my friend, and unless luck comes to my aid for a third year, you’ll leave me in the dust.  As will many others. I’m hoping for a bumper entry to the Top 5 and Independent stakes 2023 and some quality Motomuttering, but not for laurels. 

I’d love to join after Valencia - how does one participate?  Do I send my picks to someone or post them here (and if so, what does ‘after Valencia’ mean time-wise?).  Thanks!  I’m new here and have enjoyed the comments and watching the scoring of the contest for this season.  Great fun!

^ Pease do. It starts again under the ARTICLE LIKE THIS ONE  (Season Points Tally) comments section. Monday or Tues after Valencia at latest. Then over Winter, it pops up here and there under articles that vaguely fit (ie "2022 Preview" or "Winter Test #1 final results)" 

Motoshrink updates a list ON HERE, and you POST A COMMENT under it WITH YOUR PICKS to get added. 

Good luck. Enjoy the off-season discussion around it, as well as the added awareness it gives you of various things (wow, you really thought Gardner was going to do well with KTM vs Bezzecchi on that Duc? I really thought Marc was coming back quicker to win it on the revolution Honda - we need to update our thinking!). And, connect with the community hive mind and banter. There have been side bets and things sent across the World...super fun.

(As per usual, thanks for skipping/skimming if "not for me," sometimes it isn't even my cup of tea. Selective awareness, flexible focus. I'm decreasing my posting blather believe it or not as well as always skipping a full third of everything on here).

Looking fwd to your picks and comments. 

I appreciate the information and look forward to the off season discussions and banter!  It's been interesting watching the scoring this season (I came to Motomatters as a subscriber about a quarter of the way into the season).  I thought I was reasonably knowledgable about MotoGP until I started reading the comments here - wow, how much I have learned!  (Mostly I learned that I didn't really know all that much after all....LOL).  Will be great to read and chat until the 2023 championship gets underway.  Thanks to all (especially David E!) for making this such a terrific forum.  Great group!

 

This is the first season I joined the predictions and it certainly added some spice to the races. Thanks everyone who made it happen (Ivanhoe, 'Shrink). First races I thought I'd be nowhere....can I still overtske KN58? 😃

...which is pretty appropriate since I'm just about last in the standings, near to my fellow Dovi sympathizer Poole Pirate.

In these kinds of calculations it's either simple but not always precise or fair, or complex, which is too much work and the players often don't even know how the winner was determined. So...I agree with the group that we should do top 5 and top independent. My only hope has been some kind of extra credit for actually picking the champion, since the way it stands now it's the top 5 in any order. But I am of course happy to go along with the group decision.

Have been on the road, watching races on the laptop, only saw the first WSBK race late last night. Finally, thanks to Ivanhoe, Clover and 'Shrink!

^ Thanks St Steve! We have our plan then.

Looks like it is over to you Ivanhoe. Whatever you want to do on modifying or not the scoring feel free. Zero hurry, we have until Qatar.

And THANK YOU so much, Spongedaddy too!

:)

Top five and top independent it is.

Predicting the order right should have an impact beyond just picking the best five, let’s see what the spreadsheet can do.

Something like a differential multiplier should be doable. As in 25 for the #1, 20 for #2, 16 for #3, divided by the differential.

Example: guess 1 and 2 right, then 3-4-5 as 5-4-3.

1 right = 25

2 right = 20

3 as 5 = 16/2 = 8

4 right = 13

5 as 3 = 11/2 = 5.5

total 69.5 as the multiplier of your total score 

Guessing them all right in the right order yields 25+20+16+13+11=85

Or if you find this too complicated, just the top three? With the amount of similar choices this year, a #1 may not give a significant distinction.

If multiplier is too much, then how about the differential (times some multiplier) added to your total?

Anyone still reading? 😂😂😂

Something shadowy began fogging over my mind after "Example:"

You're joking right, ivanhoe? Discerning between one's seriousness versus humor can be difficult at times through the written word. Easier through natural human contact.

If you are serious, wouldn't using correct order to determine same point total tiebreaks be simpler? i am all in for complicating matters and positions, be it motos or chess, but what about the rest (of us)? 

Any other mutterers want to share their thoughts? 

^ Super cool! If it is easy enough to execute, I think doing it would improve on things if "pitched" utterly simply. How much "bonus" is the trick. 

My take is that it should be a small boost just to push the person forward (vs be a huge factor). And a % of points. 

SIMPLEST as well as APPEALING AMOUNT? I'd say 10% of total points "Win Bonus" getting #1 right, 7% for #2, 5% for #3, 3.25% for #2 and 2% for #5.

I can pitch it well enough if it is going roughly to that plan above. What do you think? (I want my Win Bonus...just like a rider!).

"Written in your contract is the following (simple, small) Win Bonus!"

:)

Ivanhoe, you are a GEM mate.

Thanks you for thinking this through Ivanhoe.

I am in agreement with 'Shrink's simple 10%. Or, even simpler, a point bonus at the end of the season for having picked the champion correctly.

This will again be a lot of fun (well, specifically much more fun for me if I get out of the relegation zone!) no matter how it is structured, so I am not very concerned no matter what is decided. But I do want to make it as easy as possible for you Ivanhoe.

We can make that happen folks. ‘shrink, better start preparing those 2023 contracts mate, sounds like we have a few new joiners 😉.

But first… we have a championship to finish!

I'm laughing right now at the lack of understanding and internal questions.

Hey, does anyone want to make a wager? Like five or ten bucks to enter with winner takes half and the other half goes to Motomatters.com?

^ That is a fun idea, I don't prefer to have $ involved but love prizes. There is a racing related shirt sent from last year's winner to this Season's winner going on (I will do it if they don't). 

Great idea supporting the site.

Frankly speaking, I don't gamble for money and was hesitant to introduce the idea. It just popped into the mind last year and, what the heck, I decided to put it out there. Great idea with the shirt, Motoshrink. Really appreciate what you are doing here.

My son, Louis, is going to create a Motomutterers Fantasy Picks website as a project for university (his idea). Will update mutterer's results automatically based on each race result from here or Motogp.com. So, ivanhoe, when you figure out the bonus rewards post it wherever. I read or skim all comments. Any changes to the system he can adapt. He's fired up and motivated. 

Cheers everyone. 

‘Shrink’s idea works, no? It’s all a bit arbitrary but rewarding guessing order correctly deserves some form of bonus.

Was it:

#1 correct 10% bonus points
#2 correct 7%
#3 correct 4%
#4 correct 2%
#5 correct 1%
 

And it’s cumulative, so total max +24% bonus points

Something to that effect?

Applying the bonus per 2023 rules would yield something to this effect:

Motomutterer Total w Bonus Bonus Total Nr1 Rider1 Points1 Nr2 Rider2 Points2 Nr3 Rider3 Points3 Nr4 Rider4 Points4 Nr5 Rider5 Points5 Rookie RookieRider RookiePoints
Riesjart 1165 106 1059 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Enea Bastianini 211 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Apical 1101 160 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Remy Gardner 10
SP_won 1101 160 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Marc Marquez 113 R. Remy Gardner 10
TZnRDracer 1099 160 939 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Cloverleaf "#1 plate" 1078 98 980 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Brad Binder 168 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Powervalve58 1073 98 975 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Luca Marini 111 5. Aleix Espargaro 212 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Wolferl123 1072 106 966 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Miguel Oliveira 138 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Brian 1068 163 905 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Remy Gardner 10
KN58 1067 0 1067 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Johann Zarco 166 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Dman904 1048 95 953 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Alex Rins 148 R. Raul Fernandez 10
BJ-Neilson 1035 94 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Fabio Quartararo 235 R. Remy Gardner 10
Curly 1035 94 941 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Raul Fernandez 10
stumo 994 90 904 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Enea Bastianini 211 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
guy smiley 988 10 978 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Francesco Bagnaia 258 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
oldholla 979 97 882 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Remy Gardner 10
Highside Specialist 979 97 882 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
GSP 950 9 941 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Jack Miller 189 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Ivanhoe 942 137 805 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10
TheBoss 935 0 935 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Joan Mir 77 3. Jack Miller 189 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Johann Zarco 166 R. Remy Gardner 10
Emlupi 926 84 842 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
Rockhen 925 84 841 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jack Miller 189 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Franco Morbidelli 36 5. Marc Marquez 113 R. Remy Gardner 10
Motoshrink 925 0 925 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Marco Bezzecchi 106
Isoia 912 83 829 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Marc Marquez 113 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 10
Gerrycollins 905 0 905 1. Jack Miller 189 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Fabio Quartararo 235 5. Jorge Martin 136 R. Remy Gardner 10
spongedaddy 895 130 765 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Fabio Quartararo 235 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Fabio Di Giannantonio 23
WW 882 0 882 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
D999 882 0 882 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Raul Fernandez 10
WaveyD1974 865 0 865 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Enea Bastianini 211 3. Franco Morbidelli 36 4. Francesco Bagnaia 258 5. Fabio Quartararo 235 R. Darryn Binder 12
Morgs 861 78 783 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Joan Mir 77 R. Remy Gardner 10
Poole Pirate 793 72 721 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Marc Marquez 113 3. Jorge Martin 136 4. Jack Miller 189 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 10
daddyrat 788 0 788 1. Marc Marquez 113 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Fabio Quartararo 235 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Remy Gardner 10
St. Stephen 731 0 731 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Joan Mir 77 4. Jorge Martin 136 5. Andrea Dovizioso 15 R. Raul Fernandez 10
Yud77 729 0 729 1. Fabio Quartararo 235 2. Francesco Bagnaia 258 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Remy Gardner 10
Ibis117 693 63 630 1. Francesco Bagnaia 258 2. Jorge Martin 136 3. Marc Marquez 113 4. Joan Mir 77 5. Franco Morbidelli 36 R. Raul Fernandez 10

Bonuses sound cool, Ivanhoe (and Motoshrink). Why not try it and see what happens? It's all in good fun. What the specific percentage of each bonus should be is the arbitrary part to which I have nothing constructive to add. What is unclear is whether the bonus points are given after each race or solely at the end of the season. Either way is fine by us. Well, it's essentially Louis's project.  

Cheers

"Win Bonus" = constant throughout year.

10% #1 right

7% #2

5% #3

3.25% #4 

2% #5

(Essentially arbitrary yes, but carefully thought out both for effect ratio and congruent with similar realities for palatability/easy sell)

DryspongeJr, you should join us as a Mutterrer too eh? "Ivanhoe's Intern." Thanks folks.

:)

Another good one, Motoshrink. 

Thanks. :)

SpongeJr. does not share the interest in motor racing where competitors go "round and round in circles." But he has shared (or mirrored) the profound thoughts of searching for meaning in this world. Do you see an ego crisis as a prelude to an auspicious moment? The potential for deep understanding one could say. Or maybe it's a fool's errand and the actualized person is more in alignment with the divine plan. I would appreciate you helping me to understand this Motoshrink...

Thank you. :)