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#HG4 Hector Garzo
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Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE


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Paterna, Spain


170 cm


62 kg


Born in Valencia, Hector Garzo's first major campaign was in the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3™ Junior World Championship in 2016, but the following season the Spaniard switched up to the Moto2™ European Championship. 2017 was an impressive season as Garzo took four podiums and came fourth overall after proving a consistent frontrunner. He also made his first Grand Prix appearance in the German Grand Prix as he was called up as a replacement rider for the Tech 3 team in Moto2™, qualifying in an incredible P5 before then unfortunately crashing out of contention. 2018 saw Garzo remain in the Moto2™ European Championship and the Valencian took his first win at Albacete, was a consistent threat once again and ended the season third overall. He also made three Moto2™ appearances at Jerez, Le Mans and Mugello. The French team chose to continue its link with the Spaniard in 2019, this time as part of the new FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup at Tech3 E-Racing, where he achieved three podiums and finished 4th overall in the Championship. He also competed in the Moto2™ European Championship, finishing 2nd overall. For 2020 he received his reward with the opportunity to become a regular in the Moto2™ World Championship with Pons Racing (FlexBox HP 40), achieving a valuable second place finish at the Valencia GP. 2021 proved a more trying season for the Spaniard as he recorded more DNFs than he did point scoring finishes and 2022 saw him move into MotoE™ with Tech3 as he tried his hand in the electric class. After a best of P4 and an eighth overall finish, Garzo joinec Dynavolt Intact GP MotoE™ for 2023 and claimed a win in Germany on his way to P4 overall. Garzo remains with the team aiming for more success in 2024.