MotoGP 2014: Championship standings after Argentina

No change within the top four in the Championship standings after round three

REPSOL Honda's Marc Marquez has taken the full 75-points available across the first three opening rounds with his team-mate Dani Pedrosa settled second in the championship standings. 

After Argentina there has been no change in the top four of the championship standings, however Aleix Espargaro has dropped to eighth after only scoring 1-point in Argentina.

Ducati's Cal Crutchlow has also dropped down the standings after having to pull out of the third round due to a hand injury sustained in Austin. 

Unfortunately for GO&FUN Gresini Honda's Alvaro Bautista he still has zero points after crashing out of all three races of the 2014 MotoGP Championship so far. 

The next round takes place on May 4th in Jerez, Spain. 

1.Marc MarquezHonda75
2.Dani PedrosaHonda56
3.Valentino RossiYamaha41
4.Andrea DovizosoDucati34
5.Andrea IannoneDucati25
6.Stefan BradlHonda24
7.Jorge LorenzoYamaha22
8.Aleix EspargaroForward Yamaha21
9.Bradley SmithYamaha20
=10.Pol EspargaroYamaha18
=10.Nicky HaydenHonda18
12.Hiroshi AoyamaHonda15
=13.Scott ReddingHonda11
=13.Yonny HernandezDucati11
14.Cal CrutchlowDucati10
16.Karel AbrahamHonda8
17.Colin EdwardsForward Racing7
18.Danilo PetrucciART2
=19.Hector BarberaAvintia1
=19.Broc ParkesPBM1
=20.Mike di MeglioAvintia0
=20.Alvaro BautistaHonda0
=20.Michael LavertyPBM0