Moto GP Odds
The Moto Grand Prix is the premiere motor racing competition in the world. It features some of the best riders in the world such as Valentino Rossi, Maverick Vinales, Cal Crutchlow, Andrea Dovizioso, Johann Zarco and Daniel Pedrosa.
However, if there is one name which has been synonymous with Moto GP success recently it is last year’s winner and this year’s main favourite, Marc Marquez. In the last five years the Spaniard has won the Moto GP a record four times riding his trusted Honda and this victorious spell was interrupted only briefly by Jorge Lorenzo from Yamaha in 2015.
In this article we will look at the odds for the outright winner market of the 2018 edition of the Moto GP and we will compare the individual betting offers of five reputable bookmakers which specialize in offering top quality wagering on Moto GP.
LVBet is operated by Fairload Ltd, a company which specializes in providing network and software services to betting operators. LVBet is located and regulated in Malta, which is a guarantee that the bookmaker will take the upmost care when the safety of your deposits is in question. They provide all of their new clients with a 100% Welcome Bonus, which can equal your deposit of €50.
For the Moto GP they have compiled an impressive offer which accurately reflects all of the riders’ chances for the title. Marc Marquez (13/50) is their main favourite and he is closely followed by Andrea Dovizioso (21/10).
Valentino Rossi (73/10), Maverick Vinales (81/10), Cal Crutchlow (81/10), Johann Zarco (9), and Daniel Pedrosa (27) are all considered as good outside bets. If you feel that one of them will be this year’s winner, you can get very good odds for that proposition.
Jorge Lorenzo (33), Andrea Iannone (66), Alex Rins (49), and Danilo Petrucci (66) round off the list of likely winners according to LVBet as it is unlikely that riders below them will have any chance of getting on a podium this year let alone winning the whole thing.
EnergyBet operates using Probe Investments Limited’s software and network services and is licensed in Malta. It enables risk free betting for all punters who visit their website and also boasts various bonuses and promotions which make their offer much better. One such offer is their welcome bonus offer for first time clients of 100% on all first deposits which can go up to £25.
Marc Marquez (13/50) is the biggest favourite according to EnergyBet and only Andrea Dovizioso (21/10) comes close to the odds the Spanish rider gets. The legendary Italian, Valentino Rossi (73/10), is also in contention, as his chances have improved considerably after his last two showings and this is the first time that he is in the top 3 favourites for the title.
Maverick Vinales (81/10) and Cal Crutchlow (81/10) share the same odds and they are in good position to cause an upset by finishing first while not being considered as main favourites.
Johann Zarco (9), Daniel Pedrosa (27), Jorge Lorenzo (33), Andrea Iannone (66), Alex Rins (49), and Danilo Petrucci (66) round off the list of riders who can actually win the Moto GP this year even though their victory is highly unlikely.
Fun88 is powered by TGP Europe Ltd which provides software and network services under a license issued by the UK Gambling Commission. Fun88 is a betting operator which specializes in offering top quality betting experience for all Moto GP betting enthusiasts.
Furthermore, Fun88 is one of those bookmakers who take a lot of pride from offering promotions for all sports in their offer. Two such promotions for example, are the accumulator protector bonus, which ensures that you receive a bonus token if one selection on your betting slip lets you down, and the welcome bonus offer which stipulates that you can get a bonus of up to £28 if your Moto GP wager is your first transaction with Fun88.
Marc Marquez is expectedly the main favourite to win this year’s edition of the Moto GP and to do this he is given odds of 10/19. Andrea Dovizioso follows him in the favourites chart as he is given odds of 13/5 to upstage the illustrious Spaniard.
Other riders such as Valentino Rossi (35/4), Maverick Vinales (37/4), Cal Crutchlow (19/2), Johann Zarco (11/1), and Daniel Pedrosa (32/1) are in contention to win the 2018 Moto GP, but their chances are much smaller.
Genting Bet is owned and operated by Genting Casinos UK Limited and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. It has been the first choice for motor racing punters for quite some time now and their odds for all the Moto GP candidates are slightly higher than their competitors’.
The main favourite for the Moto GP title if Genting Bet were to be asked is Marc Marquez. They give the Spanish rider odds of 8/15 to win the Moto GP this year, and as you can see, these odds are slightly higher than what other bookmakers are offering.
The next candidate for the title according to Genting Bet is Andrea Dovizioso with odds of 13/5. Riders such as Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales also have enticing odds of 9/1 and 11/1 respectively.
A little outside of the circle of main favourites sit riders such as Johann Zarco (12/1) and current Moto GP leader, Cal Crutchlow (12/1). The Englishman may represent a good outside bet for the title ifhe keeps the good form from the starting two races.
Further down the line are riders such as Daniel Pedrosa (28/1), 2015 winner Jorge Lorenzo (50/1), Andrea Iannone (66/1), Alex Rins (66/1), and Danilo Petrucci (80/1).
BetEast is another betting provider which is powered by TGP Europe Ltd and which is regulated under the Online Gambling Regulations Act of the UK Gambling Commission. This means that BetEast is an extremely reliable betting option for the Moto GP. In addition, if you bet with them and you like to combine your betting selections, you can make full use of their up to 100% ACCA bonus on accumulator bets of 4 or more betting propositions.
The main favourite for the 2018 Moto GP title, according to BetEast, is Marc Marquez. The amazing Spanish rider has only had one podium so far, but the people at BetEast feel that he will improve his fortunes as the season goes on and because of this they give him odds of 10/19.
Andrea Dovizioso, who started strongly in the first race of the season and won at the Losail International Circuit is given odds of 13/5 and is a close second favourite for the title.
The legendary Valentino Rossi has odds of 35/4 if he were to return to his glory days once again, whereas Maverick Vinales (37/4), Cal Crutchlow (19/2), and Johann Zarco (11/1) are also given a chance.