The Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans plays host to this week’s Grand Prix of France and we take a look at the race from a betting angle.
Marc Marquez celebrated a victory 2 weeks ago in the Spanish MotoGP withJohann Zarco runner-up and Andrea Iannone completing the trio. Marquez’s rivals Andrea Dovizioso, Jorge Lorenzo and Daniel Pedrosa were all involved in an accident on the 18th lap and did not finish the race.
Dovizioso started the race 1 point ahead of Marc Marquez but has dropped to 5th on the Drivers’ Championship Standings leaving Marquez in first spot with a 12 point lead over Johann Zarco who moved into 2nd in the standings. Marquez remains a massive favourite and he has shortened from 2/7 to 2/11.
Marc Marquez 70
Johann Zarco 58
Maverick Vinales 50
Andrea Iannone 47
Andrea Dovizioso 46
Valentino Rossi 40
Championship betting – click here to bet – previous betting in brackets
Marquez 2/11 (2/7)
Dovizioso 11/2 (33/10)
Vinales 17/2 (11/2)
Rossi 14/1 (16/1)
Zarco 14/1 (28/1)
Crutchlow 22/1 (28/1)
33 /1 and better the balance
The Grand Prix of France Betting – click here to bet
22/1 and better the balance
Maverick Vinales topped the podium in the 2017 Grand Prix of France, having started in pole position and having had the fastest lap. Johann Zarco took 2nd place with Daniel Pedrosa completing the podium. Valentino Rossi who was leading in the final lap crashed out.
Suggested Bet: Marquez win at 17/20
Marquez has won here before but it is current form and the World Sports Betting promotion that has me backing him – see banner below for details.
Prices correct at time of posting but will fluctuate in the lead up to the race