Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 ready for triple-header


Deniz Öncü and Jose Antonio Rueda to compete in the Indonesian Grand Prix this weekend.

The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 duo go into the final stages of the season with a new triple-header ahead. The Pertamina Mandalika Circuit welcomes the Moto3 World Championship for the fifteenth round of an intense season. After the double-header in India and Japan, the Moto3 duo are already fully focused on the Indonesian Grand Prix.

Deniz Öncü has a rejuvenated mentality after the unfortunate end to his Japanese Grand Prix. The Moto3 rider went from strength to strength throughout the weekend and led the race during the first half, fighting for the victory until he crashed out on the final laps. He is eager to achieve a great result and get back on the podium at a track where he finished in the Top 5 last year. With 147 points, he occupies fifth position in the standings.

Jose Antonio Rueda continues to show great progress in recent races, but once again faces an unfamiliar circuit where he wants to remain competitive from the start of the weekend. After finishing in the Top 10 in the last two races, the Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 rider is working to take another step forward and challenge for wins. The Moto3 rookie has 100 points and is in eighth position overall.

Red Bull KTM Ajo are third in the Team standings with 247 points, just 9 behind the leaders. The Moto3 Indonesian Grand Prix will be held on Sunday, October 15th at 12:00 PM local time.

Circuit information – Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit
Length: 4.3 kilometres / 2.68 miles
Width: 15 metres / 49.21 ft
Left corners: 6
Right corners: 11
Longest straight: 507 metres / 1663.39 ft.
Constructed: 2021


“The Japanese Grand Prix did not end the way we would have liked. I felt very good in the race and was able to lead for many laps. Unfortunately, the crash took away our opportunity to fight for the win. We have to arrive in Indonesia with a clear mind and focused on this weekend to try for victory again.”


“We are going to another circuit that we don’t know, and this is going to be the trend for this part of the season. We will continue learning. The conditions this weekend are going to be similar to the previous tracks, with a lot of heat, so we will have to adapt as soon as possible to get a good setup and find a good feeling.”