MotoGP™ Fantasy: Who will reign supreme in Mandalika?

Everything to consider ahead of MotoGP™ Fantasy at the Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia

With the fight for the World Championship wide open, making your predictions for your MotoGP™ Fantasy for this weekend may seem complicated, but don't despair!  We're here to run you through everything you should keep in mind ahead of lights out in Indonesia!

Who should you consider for victory?

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) cannot be discounted ahead of the weekend's action. Officially confirmed to race with Gresini next season, the number '93' will be more than up for it this weekend, having recently achieved his three best Grand Prix finishes of the season. The Spaniard finished in the top three in the Tissot Sprint of India, before achieving a fantastic podium in Motegi. Priced at 2.3M, the Spaniard is undoubtedly an unavoidable option for this Indonesian Grand Prix, as is Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac Racing). Winner in the rain in Motegi, the title contender has been on an incredible wave of form since the San Marino GP, with five victories in six races. The 'Martinator' comes with a hefty 4.6M price tag, but it is a safe bet.

Of course, Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) will also be one of the riders to keep an eye on in Mandalika. Although his lead in the World Championship has been greatly reduced, the number '1' is still a regular on the rostrum, making him an is solid option for your Fantasy team. Like his title rival, the Italian is also valued at 4.6M. Finally, at Ducati, Johann Zarco (Prima Pramac Racing) will also have something to say at Mandalika. He finished third in the only race held on this track, and the Frenchman also showed in Japan that he is comfortable in the rain, which is often present during the Asian tour. After a series of difficult Grand Prix, the Frenchman will want to shine this weekend. Zarco's price is currently 2.5M.

Miguel Oliveira (CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP™ Team) and Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) cannot be forgotten about either. Last year's Grand Prix winner, the Portuguese rider is one of the favorites for the weekend, especially if the weather comes in into play. Quartararo also is the only known polesitter in Mandalika to date, and last year he finished second in the race. On a track still unknown for dry racing, the '20' is a serious candidate, as he was in India, where he claimed his second podium of the season. To be able to count on them you will have to pay a total of 2.4M for Miguel Oliveira and 2.7M for Fabio Quartararo.

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