Fabio Quartararo – 19 Years Old
Racing two years in both Moto3 and Moto2, Fabio Qaurtararo is speeding along through the series and will be joining Franco Morbidelli on the Satellite Yamaha team! Earning his first 1st place podium finish at last year’s Catalunya Grand Prix, we are hoping to see a strong start to the season for this young racer as he joins the big dogs in the MotoGP series!
Miguel Oliveira – 24 Years Old
The newest member of the Red Bull KTM Tech 3 team, Miguel Oliveira makes his MotoGP debut after four years in Moto3 and three years in Moto2. This Portuguese rider earned twelve podium finishes in the 2018 season, three of which were 1st place. Coming off a hot season, we look forward to seeing Oliveira continue his career with the KTM team as he joins the MotoGP family!
Joan Mir – 21 Years Old
After three years in Moto3, Joan Mir spent one short year in Moto2 before joining the MotoGP Suzuki Factory team alongside Alex Rins. After a remarkable jump from Moto2 straight into a MotoGP factory team, Mir shows great promise as a 2019 rookie!
Francesco Bagnaia – 21 Years Old
Coming off eight 1st place podium finishes in the 2018 season, Bagnaia has earned his place on the Alma Pramac Racing Team for the upcoming MotoGP season! After four years racing in Moto3 and two years in Moto2, the 21 year old Italian rider will join some of the most famous riders in history as he begins his career in the MotoGP series.