BMW M Award 2018

THE BMW M AWARD 2018.

Perhaps the most coveted MotoGP award: here at the 2018 qualifying rankings.

THE BMW M AWARD 2018.

Perhaps the most coveted MotoGP award: here at the 2018 qualifying rankings.

The BMW M Award 2018.Perhaps the most coveted MotoGP award: here at the 2018 qualifying rankings.

The world’s fastest motorcyclists will once again duke it out for the MotoGP title – the most prestigious tier of motorcycle racing. Valentino Rossi and co. will also compete for the coveted 2018 BMW M Award this year during qualifying for each race. Since 2003, the fastest qualifying driver over the course of the season has been rewarded with a high-performance vehicle from BMW M. This year the prize is especially exciting as the winner will take home a brand new

 

 

 

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– the most powerful and fastest production vehicle in the BMW M3 series. So it's clear that the field of drivers wanted to make life difficult for five-time BMW M Award winner and World Champion Marc Márquez in every single race. However, with just one more to go, the Spaniard is once again on top of the rankings and cannot be caught.

 

Are you curious as to who will be burning the asphalt to set the fastest lap times? Then stay up to date with our qualifying rankings table.

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The Qualifying Rankings 2018.

As of 04. Nov 2018.

Rider and Country
Bike
Points
1. Marc MÁRQUEZ (SPA)
Honda
330
2. Andrea DOVIZIOSO (ITA)
Ducati
252
3. Johann ZARCO (FRA)
Yamaha
228
4. Jorge LORENZO (SPA)
Ducati
213
5. Valentino ROSSI (ITA)
Yamaha
184
6. Cal CRUTCHLOW (GBR)
Honda
181
7. Maverick VIÑALES (SPA)
Yamaha
178
8. Andrea IANNONE (ITA)
Suzuki
172
9. Danilo PETRUCCI (ITA)
Ducati
166
10. Jack MILLER (AUS)
Ducati
128
11. Alex RINS (SPA)
Suzuki
124
12. Dani PEDROSA (SPA)
Honda
122
13. Tito RABAT (SPA)
Ducati
46
14. Alvaro BAUTISTA (SPA)
Ducati
44
15. Aleix ESPARGARO (SPA)
Aprilia
38
16. Takaaki NAKAGAMI (JPN)
Honda
30
17. Franco MORBIDELLI (ITA)
Honda
26
18. Bradley SMITH (GBR)
KTM
20
19. Hafizh SYAHRIN (MAL)
Yamaha
14
20. Pol ESPARGARO (SPA)
KTM
14
21. Scott REDDING (GBR)
Aprilia
6
22. Karel ABRAHAM (CZE)
Ducati
3
23. Thomas LÜTHI (SWI)
Honda
1
24. Xavier SIMEON (BEL)
Ducati
BMW M3 CS M Award 2018 MotoGP