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#EG51 Eric Granado
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Tanggal Lahir


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São Paulo, Brazil


173 cm


71 kg


Eric Granado started his motorcycle racing career in 2003, where he won the regional Sao Paulo championship and finished runner up in the regional Schincariol championship. After taking the 80cc title in 2008, the next three years saw the youngster compete in pre-125 and 125cc races in the Spanish and Mediterranean championships, finishing fifth in the 2011 CEV (Spanish Championship) 125cc class at 15 years old. 2012 saw the Grand Prix rookie contest his first year in the Moto2 class with the JiR Team, although he found the going tough after joining only before for the Silverstone round. For 2013, he dropped down to Moto3 to hone his race-craft before moving to the Moto2™ European Championship in the FIM CEV Repsol in 2015. The next two years of strong results and improvements were rewarded in 2017, when Granado took six victories and the title at the final round in Valencia to become the Champion. For the 2018 season, the Brazilian rider returned to the Moto2™ World Championship with the Forward Racing Team on a Suter, but they parted ways before the end of the season. In 2019 he started his career in MotoE™ with Avintia Esponsorama Racing. The first season with electric motorcycles was a successful one as the Brazilian managed to take two victories. His good results led him to a top three finish overall. Granado was unable to scale those heights again in 2020, recording a P7 Cup finish, but 2021 saw a return to form as Granado claimed two victories and another podium to mount a title challenge. However, a disappointing final round saw him slip to fourth overall. 2022 once again found himself in a title hunt, but he ultimately fell just short by losing out to Aegerter. His goal for 2023 was to secure the Championship title with the LCR E-Team, but despite his efforts, things didn't unfold as expected. A series of injuries led the Brazilian to finish seventh overall despite achieving four podiums, one of which was a victory in Italy. He will attempt it again in 2024.