Brace yourself for round five of the MotoGP season as we head to Portugal this season. There are many things to talk about with the shake-up last time out. With the practice sessions coming up soon, we are looking forward to the lineup for the main event on Sunday so you can bet against the MotoGP Odds.
MotoGP Betting Analysis for Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal
The Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal Talking Points
The first talking point is the Gresini Racing MotoGP with Enea Bastianini getting back to the top in a grand style in Texas. As a result, the Italian is now back in the championship lead as he made a statement by providing Ducati’s first track win. According to the Ducati Lenovo team’s Jack Miller, who shared the podium with Bastianini, the champion is different as he made a difference in tire life and other areas.
Although Miller’s position on the podium wasn’t a win, it is nonetheless impressive and hard-fought. It was also his first podium of the season and going to Portugal; he would want a place on the podium. So, we can expect continued growth in his form following the first two races’ disappointments.
Race to the Podium
Everyone’s eyes would be on what team would lead the way on the podium on Sunday. The riders are gearing on to drop a show of a lifetime, and Bastianini is in contention to get back-to-back podium placement following his success in Austin. Another top biker who is likely to get a spot on the podium is Alex Rins. He was second place in Texas.
Jorge Martin and Jack Miller are other riders ready to fight for a spot on the podium. Martin had an unlucky run of form in COTA after securing first place in Argentina. We also think 2020 Champion Joan Mir will be feeling confident ahead of the race in Portimao. He is still looking for his first podium this year. However, we think he has a shot in Portugal.
We can’t also write off Marc Marquez yet, as we saw a stunning comeback at COTA when he dropped to dead last because of a mechanical problem. However, despite the problem, he found a way back into the top 10, and the number 93 would undoubtedly have a say in Portugal.
MotoGP: Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal Information
The race is closer than ever, and we can see the riders gearing up for an eventful day on Sunday. So, below are the complete details for the race.
- Event: MotoGP: Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal
- Location: Autodromo International Algarve, Portimao, Portugal
- Day/Time: Sunday, 24th April
- Laps: 63
- Circuit Length: 4.6 KM
MotoGP: Grande Prémio Tissot de Portugal Prediction
The Portimao circuit has seen some incredible races over the years, and we can rest assured that this will not be different. The good thing is that the competition is becoming fiercer, and the top bikers are not slowing down while the others are closing in for a podium spot. The race is gearing up to be exciting.
We believe that Bastianini has a shot for back-to-back wins. Meanwhile, Alex Rins and Jack Miller might have something to say when the time comes. Marc Marques and homeboy Miguel Oliveira are not far off. We believe this would be a tight race, and if there are no penalties or injuries, it will be one of the ages. Our prediction for the podium is Enea Bastianini, Marc Marques, and Jack Miller.