MotoGP Season Preview 2019 and Everything You Need to Know

Posted on February 21, 2019, 4:42 pm
10 mins

A new season of MotoGP used to start from the March every year and it will end up in November in the same year. In the meantime, total nineteen Grand Prix used to take place in nineteen different nations. Like the old time, MotoGP competition used to start from Qatar Grand Prix and the last competition of the season used to take place in Spain which is known as Valencia Grand Prix. Today we would like to talk about MotoGP Season Preview 2019. Here we present below the complete MotoGP calendar 2019 which is already confirmed. Let’s take a glance there.

MotoGP Season Preview 2019 New Race Guide & What NextMotoGP Calendar 2019 (Confirmed)

Round Date Circuit Grand Prix
1st 10th March, 2019 Losail International Circuit, Lusail Grand Prix of Qatar
2nd 31st March, 2019 Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo, Santiago del Estero Gran Premio Motul de la Republica Argentina
3rd 14th April, 2019l Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas
4th 5th May, 2019 Circuito de Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera Gran Premio Red Bull de Espana
5th 19th May, 2019 Circuit Bugatti, Le Mans HJC Helmets Grand Prix de France
6th 2nd June, 2019 Mugello Circuit, Scarperia Gran Premio d’Italia
7th 16th June, 2019 Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya, Montmelo Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya
8th 30th June, 2019 TT Circuit Assen, Assen Motul TT Assen
9th 7th July, 2019 Sachsenring, Hohenstein Ernstthal GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland
10th 4th August, 2019 Automotodrom Brno, Brno Monster Energy Grand Prix Ceske republiky
11th 11th August, 2019 Red Bull Ring, Spielberg NeroGiardini Motorrad Grand Prix von Osterreich
12th 25th August Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone Octo British Grand Prix
13th 15th September, 2019 Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini
14th 22nd September, 2019 Motorland Aragon, Alcaniz Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon
15th 6th October, 2019 Chang International Circuit, Buriram Thailand Grand Prix
16th 20th October, 2019 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi Motul Grand Prix of Japan
17th 27thd October, 209 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix
18th 3rd November, 2019 Sepang International Circuit, Selangor Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix
19th 17th November, 2019 Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana

MotoGP Official Sponsor 2019

Tissot Singha Michelin DHL BMW M
Tissot Singha Michelin DHL BMW M

MotoGP Title Sponsor 2019

Commercial Bank Monster Energy Red Bull Motul Tim
Commercial Bank Monster Energy Red Bull Motul Tim
Octo Gopro Shell Movistar Nero Giardini
Octo Gopro Shell Movistar Nero Giardini
HJC Helmets Eyetime PRAMAC
HJC-Helmets Eyetime PRAMAC

Though we know the competition as MotoGP and still, there are three categories. They are MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. All competitions consist of four-stroke bikes.

However, earlier 800 cc bikes were used for MotoGP, 250 cc bikes were used for Moto2 and 25 cc bikes were for Moto3. But things are changed now. 1000 cc bikes are now used for MotoGP competition and 600 cc bikes are used for Moto2. Most importantly the bikes which are using in the competitions are quite light. A 250 cc bike consists of only 65 kg with fuel.

Now, we are going to learn about MotoGP current standings. He the end of MotoGP season 2018, Spanish rider Marc Marquez is holding the top position on the point table.

He is riding the bike of Honda and at the end of the season, he has gathered 321 points highest so far. Italian Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso is in 2nd position and he has 220 points so far. Let’s take a look below where we present the complete MotoGP standing 2018.

MotoGP Standing 2018

Position Riders Nation Team Points
1st Marc Marquez Spain Honda 321
2nd Andrea Dovizioso Italy Ducati 220
3rd Valentino Rossi Italy Yamaha 195
4th Maverick Vinales Spain Yamaha 193
5th Alex Rins Spain Team Suzuki 149
6th Johann Zarco France Tech 3 149
7th Cal Crutchlow United Kingdom LCR 148
8th Danilo Petrucci Italy Pramac Racing 144
9th Andrea Iannone Italy Team Suzuki 133
10th Jorge Lorenzo Spain Ducati 233
11th Dani Pedrosa Spain Honda 106
12th Alvaro Bautista Spain Angel Nieto Team 105
13th Jack Miller Australia Pramac Racing 91
14th Franco Morbidelli Italy Marc VDS Racing 50
15th Aleix Espargaro Spain Gresini Racing 44
16th Hafizh Syahrin Malaysia Tech 3 40
17th Tito Rabat Spain Avintia Racing 35
18th Pol Espargaro Spain Red Bull 35
19th Bradley Smith United Kingdom Red Bull 30
20th Takaaki Nakagami Japan LCR 23

If we consider the MotoGP teams details, we must say that there are the number of teams that used to take part in MotoGP competitions. They just find the best riders and used to make the agreement with them. Now, we are talking about MotoGP teams standing 2018.

It seems that Repsol Honda Team is standing on the top position at the end of the season 2018. They have gathered the highest 427 points so far. Along with Marc Marquez, some top rated riders have the agreement with the team Honda.

Valentino Rossi’s Yamaha Factory Racing is in 2nd position with 388 points. Along with Yamaha and Honda, Ducati Team and Team Suzuki are the two top-rated teams in MotoGP so far. So, let’s take a look below where we present MotoGP teams standing 2018.

MotoGP Teams Standing 2018

  • 1st – Repsol Honda Team (427 Points)
  • 2nd – Yamaha Factory Racing (388 Points)
  • 3rd – Ducati Team (363 Points)
  • 4th – Team Suzuki MotoGP (282 Points)
  • 5th – Pramac Racing (235 Points)
  • 6th – Tech 3 (189 Points)
  • 7th – Team LCR (174 Points)
  • 8th – Angel Nieto Team (102 Points)
  • 9th – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing (65 Points)
  • 10th – Aprilia Racing Team (59 Points)
  • 11th – Marc VDS Racing (50 Points)
  • 12th – Avintia Racing (36 Points)

MotoGP has become one of the most popular racing competition in the World and it is also the highest level of motorcycle competition and the tournament is broadcasted by different networks in the World.

Most of the RTSH TV network to telecast the tournament into their own country. Network Ten used to telecast the tournament in Australia so far. Besides, it is a very handsome and reliable source of income for MotoGP organizer.

They used to sell the rights to different networks. Let’s take a look below where we present MotoGP broadcasting networks for the upcoming season off MotoGP competition 2019.

MotoGP Broadcasting Networks 2019

SL No. Networks Territory
1. Meridiano TV Venezuela
2. beIN Sports United States
3. BT Sport/Channel 5 United Kingdom
4. S Sport Turkey
5. PPTV Thailand
6. Eurosport/ SRG SSR Switzerland
7. Viasat Motor Sweden
8. Movistar MotoGP Spain
9. Star Sports South Korea
10. Kanal A Slovenia
11. Nova Sport Slovakia
12. Eurosport Romania
13. Sport TV Portugal
14. Polsat Sport Poland
15. Eurosport/ NOS Netherlands
16. Sky Sport New Zealand
17. Eurosport/ SRG SSR Liechtenstein
18. Hulu/ Nippon TV/ G+ Japan
19. Sky Sport/ TV8 Italy
20. Eurosport/ Eurosport 2 Germany
21. Eurosport/ France 3 France
22. TV3 Sport Denmark
23. Star Sports/ Sohu China
24. Eurosport/ RTBF La Deux Belgium
25. Network Ten/ One/ Fox Sports Australia
26. Fox Sports Asia Asia

MotoGP Supplier

  • Oakley
  • Dewalt
  • Stanley
  • Alpinestars
  • Yamaha
  • Freixenet  
  • Vislink
  • Gopro
  • Magneti Marelli  
  • Hertz
  • Lyoness
  • Scania
  • TATA Communications
  • Cashback World
  • Quironsalud

MotoGP Services Provider

  • AMG Tent
  • Roland
  • Rioja
  • LAWO
  • GAM

MotoGP which is officially known as Grand Prix motorcycle racing is a top class motorcycle racing competition which was started their journey in 1949. Since then already the 70th season of MotoGP seasons have passed successfully.

In every season of MotoGP used to be organized by Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) and since the beginning, it used to take place every year. A season of MotoGP consists of total nineteen circuits where earlier, it has consisted of eighteen circuits so far. A new circuit is added which is the Thailand Grand Prix and it started from last season.

Leave a Reply

  • (not be published)