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Albert Arenas is set to move up full time to the Moto3™ World Championship in 2017, as the Spaniard will join Mahindra Aspar. Currently competing in the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3™ Junior World Championship as 2015 runner-up, Arenas will move from the MRW Mahindra Aspar Team in the CEVl to a full time ride in the world championship - after some appearances on the world stage already in 2016, with Peugeot MC Saxoprint and new full time home Mahindra Aspar.
Albert Arenas: "I'm very happy to move into the world championship permanently with this team, my Junior World Championship team, and I'm very happy to have this opportunity. We'll be very united and prepare ourselves to the maximum, I'm very motivated and I want to learn from the team and their technicians. I know that Mahindra are doing a good job, and I am more eager than ever to start this new adventure."
Jorge Martinez "Aspar", Team Manager: "We're very happy to continue with Albert Arenas and continue our project together that began this season in the Moto3™ Junior World Championship. We continue with our clear goal to bring young riders up to the world championship and we want to continue achieving great results with Albert next year. We are confident Mahindra will give us fantastic machinery with which to fight for top results."
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