MotoGP™ Predictor is back for the Portuguese GP

You can win some fantastic prizes if you can correctly guess the weekend's pole setting time!

Following a brilliant opening two rounds of the 2021 MotoGP™ World Championship in Qatar, the grid return to Europe with the 888 Grand Prix of Portugal next up. It was two weeks to remember for the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team, as both Fabio Quartararo and Maverick Viñales beat off the competition for victory.

However, it isn’t just the riders who can win on Grand Prix weekends, you can too! As we head for Portimao, MotoGP™ Predictor is back once again, giving you the chance to take home a limited edition MotoGP™ Tissot watch, signed by the poleman. All you have to do is correctly guess the pole setting lap time in Q2 to win!

If that isn’t enough to tempt you to play, the game returns with some new and improved features for Round 3. The latest version includes:

·      Pole position uploaded in real-time after Q2!
·      Videos of previous year’s pole setting laps
·      Stats Center with rider and circuit data and records
·      User Ranks
·      Social Media sharing features
·      And much, much more!

New to the game? Well, here’s a quick explainer on how it works. 100 points will be awarded if you guess the pole position time to the exact three decimal point. For example, if you guess 2021 Portuguese GP pole will be 1:38.892 – Miguel Oliveira’s 2020 pole time – and it’s exactly that, you’ll get 100 points. Get within 250 thousandths either way and you’ll earn 60 points, 40 points if you’re within half a second, and 20 points if you’re more than a second away. Then, at the end of the season, the three users with the best scores will win prizes.

Test your knowledge and head on over to the MotoGP™ Predictor platform!

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