Fernandez and Toba ready to make the most of second round in Aragon


The Red Bull KTM Ajo duo face the Grand Prix of Teruel this weekend, the third consecutive race for the Moto3 World Championship.


Red Bull KTM Ajo return to MotorLand Aragon this week to conclude the latest triple-header of the 2020 season, taking on the Grand Prix of Teruel. The team face the 12th round of the Moto3 World Championship with high motivation, after claiming a first rostrum of the year with a third place for Raul Fernandez last Sunday. The Spaniard and his teammate, Kaito Toba, want to keep up their good results and have been working with their respective crews to analyse data from the track.

Raul Fernandez showed great pace and fitness on his way to a first Moto3 World Championship podium last time out and also achieved his fourth pole position of 2020. Now, the Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 rider takes on a second round at the Aragonese track keen to continue collecting good results. The Spaniard occupies seventh place in the overall standings, with 89 points.

Kaito Toba took a step forward at the last race and, at the end of a tough weekend, managed to fight back for 11th position and place close to the Top 10. Now he has a second attempt at placing high up the order at the same circuit. After eleven rounds of the season, the Japanese rider is 18th in the Moto3 World Championship with 24 points.

The 19-lap Moto3 Grand Prix of Teruel takes place on Sunday at 11:20 am local time. In addition to the third position earned by Fernandez last week, Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 have a victory at MotorLand Aragon through Miguel Oliveira in 2015.


Circuit information – MotorLand Aragon
Length: 5.078 m / 3.155 miles
Width: 15 m / 49.21 ft.
Left corners: 10
Right corners: 7
Longest straight: 968 m / 0.601 miles
Constructed: 2009



“We return to Aragon with a very good feeling, after having achieved our first podium. The goal is to continue working as we have done so far, without relaxing too much or losing focus. Last week’s rostrum took the pressure off us, so we will try to take advantage of this confidence to fight for a great result in Sunday’s race. Both the team and I will do our best, as we have done in all the Grands Prix so far.”


“Last week I felt good and our pace was strong, so we have to continue working in the same way. At the Grand Prix of Teruel we have to try to complete a race without any mistakes. In addition, we have to take a step forward in qualifying to place higher up on Sunday’s starting grid and ensure an easier start and first few laps. As always, we will do our best to achieve our goals.”