Recently crowned Moto3™ Junior World Champion Izan Guevara will debut in the Moto3™ World Championship with the Aspar Team next season. The Spanish rider, born in 2004, will make his Grand Prix debut at the age of 16 and his main objective will be to gain experience on the World Championship circuits. Guevara becomes a new exponent of the work with the Aspar Team Junior riders after an amazing season.
The new Moto3™ Aspar Team rider arrives at the World Championship having won two consecutive titles. In 2019 he was the European Talent Cup Champion after achieving six consecutive victories, and in 2020 he has produced a spectacular second half of the year, with five victories and eight podiums that have helped him win the title in the Moto3™ Junior World Championship.
Jorge Martinez “Aspar”: “Izan Guevara has completed an incredible season and we are very happy with this great result he has achieved and we are eager to continue growing together next season in the World Championship. We knew he was coming to the team after an impressive season in the European Talent Cup last year, and although at the beginning of the year it took him a bit more, his second half of the season has been brutal. He has won almost six consecutive races, only missing one due to a penalty. He is a rider who makes everything very easy and I think he has an impressive future.”
Izan Guevara: “I am very happy and excited to be able to make the jump to the World Championship with the Aspar Team. I have felt very comfortable with the team from the first moment and we have made a very good group, which is the important thing. I want to continue growing with this structure that has given me very good feelings and has helped me win the Moto3 Junior World Championship. The balance of this year has been very positive, at the beginning my goal was to fight to enter the top ten and get a podium, but thanks to the great teamwork I felt very confident with the bike and I was able to get the title. Now, our goal this next season will be to gain a lot of experience, get to know the circuits and continue to grow as a rider.”