Acosta and Arenas return to action at British Grand Prix


Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 duo will contest the ninth round of the season at Silverstone.

The 2023 season returns this weekend with the British Grand Prix. After a five-week break in which the Moto2 riders have trained intensely, Pedro Acosta and Albert Arenas are prepared for this second part of the season focused on continuing to add good results.

Acosta once again has a first experience of a track in Moto2, having been unable to participate in the 2022 British GP due to injury. With 4 victories and 2 podiums, he is one of the most consistent riders in Moto2 and has established himself as one of the men to beat. The Red Bull KTM Ajo rider arrives at Silverstone confident and ready to complete a positive weekend. He has 140 points and is second in the overall standings, 8 points behind the leader.

Arenas has enjoyed a productive summer, in which he has focused on aspects to improve in the remaining races of the year. The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 rider is positive about the BritishGP and confident of continuing the upward trend of results, picking up from where he left off at Assen. Arenas is twelfth in the overall standings with 41 points.

The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 team took victory at Silverstone in 2022 with Augusto Fernández and in 2021 with Remy Gardner. Brad Binder was third at the track in 2019. The team are currently second in the Moto2 standings, with 181 points. The 17-lap Moto2 British GP will take place this Sunday at 2:30 PM local time.

Circuit information – Silverstone Circuit
Length: 5.900 m. / 3.666 miles
Width: 17 m. / 49.21 ft.
Left corners: 8
Right corners: 10
Longest straight: 770 m. / 0.478 miles
Constructed: 1948


“Silverstone is a new circuit for us, as Assen was. In the first part of the season we were quite consistent, so we have met our objective. I think we are well prepared after the work we have done this summer with the team. It will be important to start the second part of the year well and I think we can get a good result.”


“We are back at Silverstone with a great desire to compete. Last year I was competitive throughout the weekend there, so I have good expectations. It has been a long break in which I have been able to work on things that I want to improve. Now there are circuits that I like coming up, but we are going to focus on working day-by-day and remaining steady. I can’t wait to join up with the team and start working.”