Red Bull KTM Ajo retains Moto2 Team World Champion title


The best Team honour in the intermediate category stays with Aki Ajo’s structure for a third consecutive year.

The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 team, with riders Pedro Acosta and Albert Arenas, have enjoyed a great 2023 season, becoming the best Team in the intermediate category. The duo have helped Aki Ajo’s structure to a fourth such title, with the last Grand Prix of the season still to come.

With 15 podiums and 7 victories, Red Bull KTM Ajo face the final stretch of a season that they hope will also conclude with Pedro Acosta being crowned as Moto2 World Champion. He has only been off the podium on 5 occasions. Acosta has achieved the team’s 7 victories this term at Grands Prix in Portugal, the United States, Italy, Germany, San Marino, India and Indonesia. Furthermore, he placed second in Spain, Austria and Thailand, while in the Netherlands, Great Britain and Japan he completed the rostrum in third position.

Albert Arenas has made progress, achieving his best result at the Catalan Grand Prix, where he was on the podium in third position. It was a doubly special result for the Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 rider, being his home Grand Prix. He has scored points in the vast majority of races, contributing to the Team title.

The structure clinched their fourth world title by 407,5 points, retaining it for a third consecutive year. The duo formed by Pedro Acosta and Albert Arenas join those composed of Augusto Fernandez and Pedro Acosta (7 victories and 14 podiums) in 2022; Remy Gardner and Raul Fernandez (15 wins, 8 podiums) in 2021, and Miguel Oliveira and Brad Binder (6 wins, 15 podiums) in 2018, who have achieved great successes in their time with the team.

We want to thank the team members for all their work during the 2023 season, and of course all our partners for their for the great co-operation and the support. Thanks to all of them we can continue for another year at the top of the class.