The Buriram race, won by Oliveira, redesigns the whole World Championship, never so open: Quartararo is always the leader, but his margin is minimal and now there are five riders in 40 points

    A jolt to the World Cup. This was given by the storm that hit Buriram before the Thailand GP of the MotoGP, creating the conditions for a very different race from the hierarchy expressed by qualifying. From the waters emerged the Ktm of Miguel Oliveira, a rain specialist, who preceded the Ducatis of Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia, happy to have significantly shortened his gap from the leader of the World Championship, Fabio Quartararo.

    short ranking

    The Frenchman of Yamaha, in full crisis, only 17th and never competitive, now has only 2 points ahead of Bagnaia, in a ranking that has become very short: Aleix Espargaro with Aprilia is in fact at -20; Enea Bastianini (Ducati Gresini) at -39 and Jack Miller at -40. With three races to go and with 75 points available, everything is open. Under the new rankings.

    motogp, the world rankings after the thai gp

    The MotoGP riders world rankings after the Thailand GP:

    1. Michael Quartararo 219
    2. Francesco Bagnaia 217
    3. Aleix Espargaro 199
    4. Alyssa 180
    5. Jack Miller 179
    6. Brad Binder 154
    7. Johann Zarco 151
    8. Miguel Oliveira 131
    9. Jorge Martin 127
    10. Maverick Viñales 122
    11. Alex Rins 112
    12. Luca Marini 101
    13. Marc Marquez 84
    14. Marco Bezzecchi 80
    15. Joan Mir 77

    the world constructors classification of the motogp after the gp of thailand

    The MotoGP constructors’ world rankings after the Thailand GP, with Ducati already champion:

    1. Ducati 391
    2. Aprilia 235
    3. Yamaha 224
    4. KTM 206
    5. Suzuki 138
    6. Honda 124