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#JM89 Jorge Martin
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167 cm


65 kg

Rider Story

Jorge Martin joined the Red Bull Rookies Cup for the 2012 season. Unfortunately it was a season plagued by various injuries, but the following year he tried again and finished runner-up behind the 2013 champion Karel Hanika. In 2014 he dominated the same Championship and took the crown. For 2015 Martín took the next step and participated in his first full season in the Moto3™ World Championship, where he joined the Mahindra Mapfre Aspar team. An awesome seventh in Aragon helped the Spaniard to finish the year 17th overall, with he and the Aspar team electing to continue their relationship for 2016. For 2017, the Spaniard moved to Del Conca Gresini Racing Moto3 to replace outgoing title contender Enea Bastianini. The master of qualifying and on pole for half the entire season, Martin took an impressive nine podiums despite a mid-season injury, and his maiden win in the season finale on the way to P4 overall. His stellar year would arrive in 2018 as Martin beat Marco Bezzecchi to the Moto3™ crown, claiming seven victories despite picking up another mid-season injury.

Red Bull KTM Ajo in Moto2™ became the Spaniards home in 2019, and he rewarded his new team with podium finishes in Japan and Austria toward the tail end of the season. A title charge awaited in 2020, a Spanish GP podium followed up with a victory and podium finish in the Spielberg double, he was right in the Championship mix. However, a positive Covid-19 test meant he missed the Misano double, and successive retirements put to bed any plans of the Championship. There were three more podiums in the final five Grand Prix, including victory in Valencia, which helped him secure fifth place in the standings.

2021 brought a move up to MotoGP™ with Pramac Racing on a GP21, and it's safe to say Martin hit the ground running. A debut pole and podium were secured in Doha before a huge crash in Portimao saw him break eight bones. Missing four races, Martin returned and after the summer break, in Austria, a first victory was his. Two more podiums helped Martin secure the Rookie of the Year crown, and in 2022, the Spaniard was tipped for greatness. Martin was the pole master of 2022, smashing lap records left, right and centre to take five Saturday honours throughout the year. But failed to convert any of them into victory and was unable to build on an excellent rookie campaign. The Spaniard was a wounded animal heading into 2023 after being overlooked for the factory Ducati seat - and he bit back immediately. Martin was a standout performer on his way to four Sunday wins and nine Sprint victories, but his dream of becoming World Champion proved to be just out of reach in Valencia. Nevertheless, Martin heads into 2024 as a firm favourite to challenge for the title again.