2.6.1 The outcome of a bet on a motorcycle event is based on the first published official results. Any decisions taken by competition officers (including but not limited to the FIM) after the end of competition, which may affect or alter the result, will not be taken into consideration.
2.6.2 For betting purposes, the podium ranking will count for the determination of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd classifications. For other positions, the ranking of the International Motorcycle Federation (FIM) is valid at the end of the race. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not be taken into consideration.
2.6.4 If a rider is unable to make at least one lap of the free practice session, all bets on his performance in this session will be void.
2.6.5 Market types
You have to predict that the selected rider will be the winner of the race. Bets on the Winner, related to a driver who does not participate in the race or retires, are considered as lost.
You have to predict which team will be the winner of the race.
You have to predict that the two selected riders will finish the race in the 1st and 2nd positions in the correct order.
You have to predict that the selected rider will reach the podium at the end of the race (1st, 2nd or 3rd position).
You have to predict which of the two riders will get the best placement in the race of the Grand Prix. Bets are valid if both riders participate in the race and at least one of the two is classified.
Bets are refunded if one or both of the riders do not start the race or if none of them is classified.
You have to predict that the selected rider will get the first position during the qualifying session.
It is predicted that the two selected riders will get the first and second positions in the correct order at the end of the qualifying session.
You have to predict that the selected rider will reach one of the top three positions at the end of the qualifying session.