About Moto Tipping
This MotoGP tipping competition initially had run “offline” for a number of years. In 2012, we started the season’s competition online, attracting more than 100 tipsters, which has grown each year following.
This year, 2019, YOU are welcome to join in the fun!
The aim of the competition is to encourage MotoGP followers & fans to get actively involved in all three classes:
- Moto3 – 250cc four-stroke, one cylinder machines, generally younger riders.
- Moto2 – From 2019, British marque Triumph will be the Official Engine supplier for the intermediate class.
- MotoGP – 1000cc, from 2016 there is one class only, ridden by the world’s best, with a control ECU common to all bikes. Teams who are not Yamaha, Honda, Ducati or Suzuki will get concessions such as unlimited testing, in-season engine development and 12 engines per season – compared to seven engines and limited testing, plus 22 liters of fuel and engine development ending after pre-season testing, for the factories. If a team granted the concessions achieves success, they will lose the concessions and revert to the rules applied to the “non-concesion” teams instead. The official sole tyre supplier is for the second year, Michelin only. The full provisional rulebook can be downloaded from http://www.fim-live.com/en/library/ when available.
- MotoE – TBA
We encourage you to follow the smaller capacity classes to gain insight into the future stars of MotoGP. In fact, if you want to do well in the MotoTipping competition, you MUST follow the smaller classes, not just the MotoGP.
Adding to the fun, we encourage “banter” (bagging, shit-stirring & occasionally complimenting of other “tipsters”) on the site or Facebook page.
New entrants are welcome to join right up until mid season, which means the commencement of the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, on June 16th, 2019. Joining after the season starts simply means you will receive the average points of all paying players to date.
Join up till March 2019 for early bird fee of (AUS)$20.00.
Joining fee increases to (AUS)$25.00 in March.
In accordance with Australian laws, all entry fees are returned to participants as prize money; this website is entirely not-for-profit.
MotoGP is trademark of DORNA. This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with MotoGP or DORNA in any way.