This years’ race takes place on Sunday 4 August with Marc Marquez going into it still leading the World Standings after another win at Germany’s Sachsenring two weeks ago. That saw the Spaniard extend his lead in the title race to what is already looking like an already unassailable 58-points.
Andrea Dovizioso remains in second place, but his lead over fellow Italian, Danilo Petrucci, has been cut to just six points. See the most up-to-date analysis and MotoGP betting tips below, and pick your winner for the Czech Republic Grand Prix 2019.
Previous MotoGP Czech Republic Results
Since first winning at the Automotodrom Brno in 2013, Marc Marquez has only failed to make the podium once when finishing fourth in 2014. He won the race again in 2017 and finished third last year. He has great form in the Czech Republic and another podium finish is more than likely.
Andrea Dovizioso won the race last year, so he will be confident of challenging at the head of proceedings again. However, his last podium place this season came in Italy at the beginning of June three races ago, so he will need to pull out a big performance again.
Danilo Petrucci was sixth at the Automotodrom Brno last year, his best finish in seven attempts. In his last five races this season he hasn’t finished outside the top four, including winning the Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley. If he can continue his current form and carry on improving his place finishes at the track, he can challenge for a podium finish.
Other recent winners of the Grand Prix České republicky include Cal Crutchlow in 2016, Jorge Lorenzo in 2015, and Dani Pedrosa in 2012 and 2014.
Top Betting Tips for MotoGP Czech Republic 2019
Once again, Marc Marquez will go into a MotoGP as the strong favourite, and he is the one to beat again at odds of 4/5. Last years’ winner, Andrea Dovizioso, is a strong 3/1 second favourite, then there is a big jump to the joint third favourites with Danilo Petrucci and Valentino Rossi both priced at 9/1.
Jorge Lorenzo, who finished second in the Grand Prix České republicky last year and is also a previous winner of the race is an interesting 22/1 chance and worth an each-way punt, whilst the 2016 winner, Cal Crutchlow, is also of interest at 33/1. The British rider who finished runner-up in Germany two weeks ago is in good form and is another attractive each-way bet to secure a podium finish.