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#JT81 Jordi Torres
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Double FIM CEV Repsol Champion in Moto2™ Jordi Torres began his professional career in the national Supersport and Superstock competitions. The Spaniard made his debut on the world stage in 2011, with a full-time stint in the Moto2™ World Championship and earned a first podium in 2013, where he also achieved his maiden victory, at the German GP , at the Sachsenring. In 2015, he made the leap to WorldSBK with Aprilia. His rapid adaptation allowed him to secure a place among the top 5 in the category. The Spaniard finished his first WorldSBK campaign on top, as he claimed his first victory in Race 1 in Qatar. In 2016, he went on to compete for the Althea BMW Racing team and both that year and the next he drove a BMW S1000 RR. In 2018 Torres signed for the MV Agusta Reparto Corse, but at the end of September he made the leap into the MotoGP™ paddock to replace the injured Tito Rabat. After participating in the premier class in 2018, he took on a new challenge for 2019 and returned to WorldSBK with Team Pedercini Racing, aboard the Kawasaki ZX-10RR. In 2020, he was going to participate in a new edition of the Superbike World Championship with MIE Althea Racing, but the compression of the calendars due to COVID-19 made it impossible to combine all his projects, so, finally, he decided to prioritize his participation in the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup. His decision paid off. He was on the podium in 4 of the 7 races, achieving a victory and adding 114 points out of 175 possible, which allowed him to add the title of MotoE™ 2020 world champion to his record. In 2021, Torres retained his title in quite unbelievable circumstances, as the World Cup went to the final lap of the final race in a straight shootout with Dominique Aegerter. After the two collided, Torres hit the deck and Swiss rider Aegerter crossed the line first, but it was deemed an illegal move and the Swiss rider was slapped with a hefty time penalty, meaning the reigning Champion went back-to-back. The 2022 season would prove to be very different to those experienced previously. After picking up an injury in a crash at Le Mans, Torres missed three races and failed to make it onto the podium throughout the year. With an eleventh-place finish overall, the #81 would seek to take revenge in 2023. And he came close to achieving it. Two victories and four more podiums allowed him to secure the runner-up position behind Casadei. In 2024, he will try again.