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Malaysian MotoGP 2019

Malaysian MotoGP is an event that has witnessed several title battles over the years. Since it takes place as a penultimate event in a campaign, there is a more considerable amount of focus on qualifying and practice sessions. This will be followed by a huge betting interest in the actual Malaysian MotoGP start time. The title is most often decided in the season’s final few races, and this race’s placement at this end of the calendar has played a major role in its popularity.

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Sepang Circuit

Sepang Circuit

Sepang International Circuit is one of those famous race tracks out there. Located in the tropical climate of Malaysia, this circuit plays host to several events such as F1 Malaysian Grand Prix, Merdeka Endurance race, and many more. This course opened in 1999 and it has since witnessed many top racing actions.

The total racing distance over a lap is 5.543 km, and there are 15 turns. This is one of those several circuits designed by Hermann Tilke, who is renowned around the world. Racing takes place clockwise, and some of the highlights of this track include wide straights and sweeping corners.

Schedule & Dates

The Malaysian MotoGP schedule is a significant factor behind the popularity of this event, as it takes place as the penultimate round in MotoGP’s calendar. This ensures the possibility of witnessing some last drives, title challenges, and more.

Malaysian MotoGP Riders & Teams

Since this event came into the calendar, it has been dominated by Japanese teams. Ducati is the sole outfit to have picked up a win at this event apart from Honda or Yamaha. Increasingly, Ducati has been showing improvements, and they have picked up a win in two of the last three editions of this Malaysian race.

Marc Marquez’s success in the Riders’ Championship may be great. However, he has not had a strong run in this Asian event. He has picked up only one win in the last four editions. This is unlike his domination in other races, which have been a crucial factor behind his title successes.

Andrea Dovizioso has overseen strong success at this event. Ducati’s improvement has helped him take two wins in three editions. Interestingly, Dovizioso has been unable to register even a podium finish in any of the other races where he participated.

Valentino Rossi is the most successful rider at this event. He has picked up five wins just in the MotoGP class, and there have been more to go along as well. However, he has had a difficult 2019 campaign with little opportunity to make an impact due to the struggles of Yamaha. It is not expected that the legendary Italian will be in contention for even a podium finish at this 2019 race even though he has only failed to do so in the last two editions.

MotoGP Malaysian Betting

Making a punt on this event is made easy due to the broad availability of markets from different bookmakers worldwide. It is a direct reflection of this event’s popularity.

Betting Review

Pole position is critical when it comes to the Malaysian MotoGP results. Riders who have been able to start on top of the grid have been able to finish as the winner in four of the last five editions. Since there have been four times when a pole winner has won the race this season, there is a reason to expect the same.

The fastest lap market has made a decent impact on this track. There has not been an enormous pattern regarding this market in 2019. It is partly down to the domination of Marc Marquez when it comes to setting the pace here. He has set the fastest lap in seven out of the 12 races this season.

A race winner is likely to emerge from a Japanese manufacturer. Honda has been immensely successful with 32 wins. Most of their recent MotoGP class success at this race has come recently. Since this team has once again been dominant this year, it would be advisable to expect Honda riders to be around the top spot. One can expect domination to be apparent even from the Malaysian MotoGP qualifying sessions.