MotoGP Betting Odds

MotoGP betting is big business for fans of motorsport – but if you’re new to the series then you might not know where to begin. Here at Bet UK we love to give fans of all sports something to try in the sportsbooks, and MotoGP is one of those events that keeps punters on the edge of their seats.

Whether you’re a Francesco Bagnaia or Marc Marquez fan, remember the days of Valentino Rossi, or have a preferred bike manufacturer like Honda or Ducati, then MotoGP betting could be for you.

In this quick guide we’ll take you through how betting on MotoGP works, where to find the latest MotoGP odds, and offer some top tips for newcomers. You’ll be armed with the knowledge required to go out there and make smart bets!

What is MotoGP?

MotoGP is the world’s premier motorcycle racing series. It takes place between March and November each year, tours the world, and features elite-level constructors such as Honda, Ducati, Aprilia, Yamaha and KTM. Icons like Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo have brought the sport into the 21st century and made it the global spectacle it is today.

Race weekends feature free practices, qualifying, a sprint race, and the race itself. Races are generally 25 laps long but can differ between circuits.

Over the past 20 years it’s become increasingly easy to access MotoGP odds and place season-long bets. Most punters these days wager on who will win the championship and enjoy the twists and turns witnessed in the betting markets as the season unfolds.

How to bet on MotoGP

As with all bets here at Bet UK, the first thing you need to do if you want to get betting on MotoGP is to sign up! You can hit the JOIN button at the top of our homepage, or download the Bet UK app today and get gaming in minutes. All new players need to pass a security check to stay protected while playing online, and input some personal details. Once you’ve created an account you’ll be able to make your first deposit (and potentially trigger a welcome bonus!) and then head over to our sportsbook. Here you can search for your favourite sports – including MotoGP – and place your bets.

To bet on MotoGP simply find the market and outcome you want to back, click on the odds and enter your stake in the pop-up bet slip. From here, you can then check your potential reward and your risk, and hit Place Bet when you’re happy.

MotoGP betting

While a lot of mass-broadcast sports like football and tennis require punters to have little expert knowledge to place a bet, when it comes to betting on MotoGP then you should consider doing your research. After all, this is a motorsport series that isn’t usually broadcast on mainstream TV or media, and which has a specialised following.

Of course, if you’re a MotoGP nut, then you probably know enough already to place smart wagers. Our odds setters at Bet UK work hard to deliver accurate prices that expert punters will recognise. But if you’re only just getting into MotoGP, then you need to do your research before you bet.

This means looking at the leaderboards, stats and racing form for all drivers. It’s about assessing individual circuits and teams, and figuring out who will thrive on upcoming race weekends. You can use Bet UK’s stats to improve your knowledge and help make more informed bets.

Best MotoGP bet tips

Here at Bet UK, we focus on the MotoGP championship. You can wager on who will win the MotoGP title every season and place your bets throughout the campaign. This live betting market gives you ample opportunity to time your bets, bet on other riders, bet against your previous wagers, and play the odds to your advantage.

Here are some of the best MotoGP bet tips to consider when you’re next looking at the sportsbook…

Bet early for better odds – We’ll let you into a secret. The betting odds MotoGP fans see at the end of the season can be totally unrecognisable to what they get at the start. That’s because, quite rightly, the odds change over time. It’s harder to predict who will win the MotoGP title when the season begins, so everyone’s odds are higher. If you want a great price, then betting early could be the way to go.

Follow every race – This may seem obvious, but following each race and betting on the live MotoGP odds at the end of each weekend means you’re able to take advantage of price changes and can realign your loyalties.

Look at past records – It’s usually the case that betting odds on past champions and riders at the ‘better’ teams will be shorter, especially at the start of the season. So, do some research and look into who has experience winning MotoGP championships, and look to see if their price this year is worth it.

Keep on top of the news – Injuries happen in MotoGP, and riders can endure long spells on the sidelines after suffering big crashes. It’s worth keeping abreast of what’s going on in the sport, who is injured, and when they’ll be back. It might be the case that you can place a small, smart bet on a rider who was recently injured and saw their odds expand.


Can you bet on MotoGP?

Yes. You can bet on MotoGP at Bet UK and get access to the full championship betting market today!

How to bet on MotoGP?

Betting on MotoGP requires you to sign up to Bet UK, make a deposit and head to the sportsbook. Here you’ll find the latest MotoGP betting odds. Simply click the bet you want to back, enter your stake, check your risk and reward, and hit Place Bet.

How many races are there in a MotoGP season?

When looking at the MotoGP races as a season, there are up to 20 races in a single campaign, across dozens of countries and numerous continents - similar to Formula One.

How are points awarded in MotoGP?

In MotoGP, points are given out to the top 15 finishers in a race with the winner receiving 25 points, second place receives 20 points and the numbers go all the way down to 1 point which is awarded to 15th place. The teams that accumulate the most points during the season, win the championship.

Who are some of the most successful riders in MotoGP history?

MotoGP has seen any legendary riders in it's history, record performances in a grand prix have seen many riders etch their names into history. So much so, that many don't need a significant motor sport knowledge to know who is performing well in the MotoGP World Championship, some of the biggest names in the history of the sport are Valentino Rossi, Giacomo Agostini, Marc Marquez, Mick Doohan, Jorge Lorenzo, and Casey Stoner.

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