MotoGP scoring after the Argentine GP: Espargaro, Suzuki and Ducati new leaders

Author of the article: , published April 4, 2022

Aleix Espargaro crowned his 200th race appearance with his first victory in MotoGP, which also topped the MotoGP World Championships, where he is seven points ahead of Brad Binder after three races in the 2022 season. After tenth place at the Termas de Rio Hondo and eleventh at the race in Indonesia, Enea Bastianini has now slipped to third place, where he is 36 points behind Suzuki racer Alex Rins.

They are nine points behind the leader Aleix Espargaro, but they only have one point ahead of the current world champion Fabio Quartararo. The Frenchman added only eight points to his total with eighth place, but has a two-point advantage over another Suzuki racer, Joan Mir.

Indonesia’s Miguel Oliveira, with a modest thirteenth place finish in Argentina, added just three points to the score. Despite resigning, Johann Zarc and Paul Espargaro are in the top ten, and Jorge Martin, who scored twenty points in second place in Argentina, came in with the first points of the year.

With the Argentine test, we also got a new leader in the team championship standings. The Red Bull KTM factory team ceded the lead to Suzuki, and KTM also lost the lead in the manufacturers' championship standings.

You can see the full score of the MotoGP 2022 World Championship at this link -> MotoGP 2022 Championship Standing

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