Racin' Your Way

Speed is our blood. Adrenaline leads us. We overcome the fear and take over the podium. Two categories. Two teams. Four riders. Take a ride on the Moto GP championship with us!

Our four skilled pilots that are about to ride their way and amuse us during the whole season: are you ready to meet them?


Team moto2

Cameron
Beaubier

Points: 26

Position: 15th

6th December, 1992

USA

He's won the AMA Superbike Championship 5 times.
In 2007, he won the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring.
In 2009, he debuted in the World Championship in the 125cc category, with Marc Márquez on his team.

Marcos
Ramirez

Points: 15

Position: 20th

28th December, 1997

SPAIN

He has stepped ion the podium 8 times during his career.
In 2017, he made his first fastest lap in Valencia Grand Prix, with a 01'29.019 timing and at an average speed of 145.4 km/h.
In 2019, he won both the Catalan Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix.


Team moto3

Andrea
Migno

Points: 68

Position: 11th

10th January, 1996

ITALY

In 2016, he got his first podium and during his career he's stepped on the podium six times.
In 2017, he won the Italian Grand Prix and he made his first fastest lap at the Spanish Grand Prix with a 01'46.923 timing at the average speed of 148.9 km/h.

Alberto
Surra

Points: 0

Position: 34th

May 31, 2004 (17 years old)

ITALY

New in Moto3, Alberto participated in the Italian
GP as Wild Card. Having previously competed in CIV,
in the Moto3 category.

Passion for motorcycling led us to succeed in a number of championships and in the global market. In 1997 we entered the competition world and attained our first GP victory. Just two years later, Emiilio Alzamora was our first rider to crown 125cc World Championship.

Daijiro Katoh, Andrea Dovizioso, Álvaro Bautista, Gabor Talmacsi, Julián Simón... Numerous legends have since then taken over GP's world championship with YASUNI.

Are you ready to write the to be continued of this amazing story?

Emilio Alzamora becomes YASUNI's first 125 cc World Champion.

Daijiro Katoh becomes 250 cc world champion, after setting a record of 11 victories out of 16 races.

Marc Márquez when he became the winner of the CCV.

Julián Simón takes over the 125 cc World Championship.

Joan Mir is crowned Champion of Aragon.

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