Moto GP French Grand Prix Betting 2012
Moto GP rolls into France for the fourth race of the season and May 20 will be a key date in the diaries of the racers, constructors and the fans. The Le Mans circuit is the venue for this race which can cause the most experienced racers to get a little giddy when they start considering the history and the prestige of the surroundings.
Moto GP French Grand Prix betting 2012 will be packed of busy betting markets all offering different levels of value and action to the punters. The leading contenders for the individual World Championship would have emerged which means the betting world will have a good idea of who has the best form, the best bike and the best team.
Le Mans Racing Circuit
The Le Mans racing circuit is a track which a lot of the racers know very well. This means there should be some very quick lap times from the moment the bikes turn up and go out for practice. The corners are not as demanding as on other tracks with only four left corners and nine right corners.
The most difficult parts of the Le Mans racing circuit have to be the second and third sector. The second is filled with mid-length straights which are capped off by harsh corners and the third sector annoyingly prevents any of the racers from building momentum during the race. The third sector is where most of the overtaking will happen for any racer who can get close.
French Grand Prix Betting Markets
The French Grand Prix will see some very interesting Moto GP Betting markets. Every punter likes to try and back the winner of the race and this will be the most popular of the French Grand Prix betting markets. However, many other French Grand Prix betting markets could offer much better value.
Remember that this is the fourth race of the season so there is a lot to be learnt from the first three races. The first three results should give a great idea of who is going to race and possibly place. There will be some very under rated drivers trying to make a point and their odds in Moto GP French Grand Prix betting 2012 will be longer as they are lower profile.
Randy De Puniet
This is the home race for Randy De Puniet who has previously set a fastest lap around the Le Mans racing circuit. Randy De Puniet has been a little off the pace this season but he should enjoy the greater exposure he is going to receive through racing inside his own country. This should be enough to help inspire him a little more.
The best bet with De Puniet is to wait and see how qualifying goes and then the start of the race. You will sacrifice odds in Motor Racing Betting because of this but this is countered by the fact the Frenchman has been so inconsistent so far this season. His best season in Moto GP came nine years ago in 2003 when he won three races, finished second twice and third four times.