Andrew Wilson |  Tue 05/03/2019 - 16:50 EST

MotoGP Betting Odds 2019

MotoGP Betting Odds 2019
For the motorcyclist enthusiast, the start of a new MotoGP season is a thing of beauty. Along with a new season come racing futures on what rider will capture the title of MotoGP World Champion (in the 500cc class). This year, the favourite is Mark Marquez, who has won the world championship five of the last six years. However, he is not the only rider worth a look in 2019.

MotoGP Stats and Facts

  • Mark Marquez won nine of 19 events last year

  •  Nineteen events totals (as many as last year when they added one more race)

  •  Marc Marquez’s 321 points, most in a season since 2015 (when two riders finished with more than   325 points)

  •  Only three riders won more than one race in 2018

MotoGP 2019 Season Preview

As the MotoGP schedule includes 19 events, the leaders and odds change throughout the season. With 25 points for a win, MotoGP standings see plenty of movement early in the season. However, the last half decade has been dominated by one rider, who has claimed five of the previous six MotoGP World Championships. For those who follow MotoGP news, the name Marc Marquez is one that pops up more than the rest.


MotoGP Betting Odds

Below are the MotoGP betting odds for the top riders to win the 2019 MotoGP World Championship. For those looking for a highly reputable and recommended website to bet on MotoGP futures, check out our list of the best online sportsbooks available in Canada.

  • Marc Marquez -175
  • Andrea Dovizioso +400
  • Maverick Vinales
  • Jorge Lorenzo +650
  • Valentino Rossi +1400
  • Danilo Petrucci +1400
  • Alex Rins +2000
  • Cal Crutchlow +4000


MotoGP Betting Predictions

Looking to capture his sixth title since 2013, Marc Marquez is the favourite to win the MotoGP World Championship in 2019.  Marc Marquez is the best driver of his generation, and another win would bring him closer to joining the greatest riders of all-time.

Betting on Marquez to win again is the best bet in 2019. Even if Marc Marquez slips a bit in 2019, he won the 2018 championship by such a wide margin (finishing 76 points ahead of second place, despite retiring in two of the last three races) his biggest obstacle is only if he missed a substantial amount of time due to some form of injury.

Pick: Marc Marquez to Win the MotoGP 2019 World Championship


Underdog Worth a Small Wager

While most MotoGP pundits would agree to bet against Marc Marquez in 2019 is not the best approach, MotoGP betting odds make it possible to toss a small wager on another and still profit (with a more substantial wager on Marc Marquez). The underdogs that’s name is popping off the futures is Cal Crutchlow. The British rider finished seventh in 2018 with 148 points. However, he missed the final three races of the season and likely would have cracked the top-five in 2018 if he was on the track.

Pick: Cal Crutchlow +4000 to Win the MotoGP 2019 World Championship.

See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:

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