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2022 MotoGP Indonesian Grand Prix: Full race results and championship standings

In a thrilling rain-affected Indonesian Grand Prix, the second win of the 2022 MotoGP season has gone to KTM’s Miguel Oliveira.

Podium: race winner Miguel Oliveira, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, second place Fabio Quartararo, Yamaha Factory Racing, third place Johann Zarco, Pramac Racing

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The Portuguese rider came from seventh on the grid to take the lead on the fifth of 20 laps, before going on to dominate for his fourth career MotoGP win.

The race was delayed by well over an hour from its original 3:00pm local start time due to heavy rain leaving the track in an unraceable condition.

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Mercifully, the weather abated and the race could get underway at 4:15pm local time.

The race was also shortened to 20 laps from 27 earlier in the day owing to safety concerns with the asphalt in the extreme heat.

Absent from the grand prix was six-time world champion Marc Marquez, who suffered a concussion in a violent crash in morning warm-up.

Reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo was second on his Yamaha in his strongest wet weather display in MotoGP, while Pramac’s Johann Zarco was third ahead of the best of the factory team Ducatis of Jack Miller in fourth.

Suzuki duo Alex Rins and Joan Mir followed, with Yamaha’s Franco Morbidelli, KTM’s Brad Binder, Aprilia’s Aleix Espargaro and RNF Racing rookie Darryn Binder rounding out the top 10.

Francesco Bagnaia survived a scary moment into Turn 1 early on, but struggled hugely in the conditions and ended the race down in 15th having started sixth.

Championship leader Enea Bastianini recovered to 11th after a torrid start and holds a slender two-point lead over Brad Binder in the standings going to the next round in Argentina on 1-3 April.

2022 MotoGP Indonesian Grand Prix: Full race results

Cla Rider Bike Time Gap
1 Portugal Miguel Oliveira KTM -  
2 France Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 2.205 2.205
3 France Johann Zarco Ducati 3.158 3.158
4 Australia Jack Miller Ducati 5.663 5.663
5 Spain Alex Rins Suzuki 7.044 7.044
6 Spain Joan Mir Suzuki 7.832 7.832
7 Italy Franco Morbidelli Yamaha 21.115 21.115
8 South Africa Brad Binder KTM 32.413 32.413
9 Spain Aleix Espargaro Aprilia 32.586 32.586
10 South Africa Darryn Binder Yamaha 32.901 32.901
11 Italy Enea Bastianini Ducati 33.116 33.116
12 Spain Pol Espargaro Honda 33.599 33.599
13 Spain Alex Marquez Honda 33.735 33.735
14 Italy Luca Marini Ducati 34.991 34.991
15 Italy Francesco Bagnaia Ducati 35.763 35.763
16 Spain Maverick Viñales Aprilia 37.397 37.397
17 Spain Raúl Fernández KTM 41.975 41.975
18 Italy Fabio Di Giannantonio Ducati 47.915 47.915
19 Japan Takaaki Nakagami Honda 49.471 49.471
20 Italy Marco Bezzecchi Ducati 49.473 49.473
21 Australia Remy Gardner KTM 55.964 55.964
  Spain Jorge Martin Ducati    
  Italy Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha    

2022 MotoGP standings

Riders' championship

Pos.  Rider     Points 
1 Enea Bastianini Gresini Ducati 30  
2 Brad Binder KTM 28  
3 Fabio Quartararo Yamaha 27  
4 Miguel Oliveira KTM 25  
5 Johann Zarco Pramac Ducati 24  
6 Pol Espargaró Honda 20  
7 Aleix Espargaró Aprilia 20  
8 Alex Rins Suzuki 20  
9 Joan Mir Suzuki 20  
10 F.Morbidelli Yamaha 14  
11 Jack Miller Ducati 13  
12 Marc Márquez Honda 11  
13 Darryn Binder RNF Yamaha 6  
14 Takaaki Nakagami LCR Honda 6  
15 Luca Marini VR46 Ducati 5  
16 Maverick Viñales Aprilia 4  
17 Álex Márquez LCR Honda 3  
18 Andrea Dovizioso RNF Yamaha 2  
19 Remy Gardner Tech3 KTM 1  
20 F.Bagnaia Ducati 1  
21 Raúl Fernández Tech3 KTM 0  
22 F.Di Giannantonio Gresini Ducati 0  
23 Marco Bezzecchi VR46 Ducati 0  
24 Jorge Martin Pramac Ducati 0  

Manufacturers' championship

Pos. Manufacturer Points
1 KTM 45  
2 Ducati 41  
3 Yamaha 27  
4 Suzuki 21  
5 Honda 20  
6 Aprilia 20  

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