Today’s 2023 MotoGP standings are complete with the latest points updates for drivers of all classes including Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE which were just obtained after the race in MotoGP Italian.
According to today’s MotoGP schedule, the Italian 2023 MotoGP will be held at the Mugello Circuit on Sunday, June 11, 2023, starting at 08:00 ET AEDT until it is finished approximately 1 hour later.
Based on the results of today’s MotoGP live BT Sports 2, CNBC, the race to get the most points, especially to occupy the top of the moto gp standings.
How to Calculate MotoGP Standing Points
The way of calculating points standings is a bit different. Each rider must collect temporary points until MotoGP ends in Valencia in the 2023 season. So even though he had a crash and didn’t produce points in a particular series, that doesn’t mean a racer can’t become a MotoGP world champion in 2023.
The standings will be determined after the results of the MotoGP race are officially announced by Dorna or the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). The top three who make it to the podium will get an additional accumulated points of 25 points (1st place), 20 points (runner-up), 16 points (3rd place).
Then sequentially the points of the standings are based on the results of who enters the next finish line. 13 points (4th place), 11 points (5th place), so on get 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 point.
Looking at the experience of the drivers from the previous standings, drivers who consistently earn points, especially often on the podium, will finish in the top three of the 2023 MotoGP final standings.
2023 MotoGP Standings
The following is a list of drivers’ rankings sorted by the results of the 2023 MotoGP standings, including points from the results of the Italian MotoGP series 6th race on Sunday, June 11, 2023 at Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley Circuit.
MotoE 2023 Standings
2023 Constructors Standings
TEAM 2023 Standings
Learn more about the Latest MotoGP 2023 Standings