Albert Arenas

First name: Albert
Last name: Arenas
Team: Red Bull KTM Ajo
Startnumber: #75
Nation: Spanish
Birthday: 11/12/1996
Height/Weight: 169 cm / 63 kg
Bike: KTM Moto2
Class: Moto2

Albert Arenas, who was born on December 11, 1996 in Girona, had his first contact with motorcycles when he was just four years old. From a very young age he participated in various championships, in which he also achieved his first victories. In 2011 he began a four-year stay in the FIM CEV Repsol (the current Junior World Championship).

In 2014, Arenas had the opportunity to compete at the last Moto3 World Championship round of the year in Valencia, his debut in Grand Prix racing. In 2015 he claimed second place in the Junior World Championship, with three wins along the way.

In 2016, the Spaniard received the opportunity to compete in several Grands Prix as a substitute rider, but it was in 2017 that he was signed up as a full-time competitor in the Moto3 World Championship.

After a season of adaptation, results arrived in 2018, with his first victory at the French Grand Prix and another triumph in Australia. In 2019, Arenas continued to progress and established himself as one of the men to beat in the class, finishing eleventh in the standings with one win and two podiums to his name.

After a few years of ups and downs due to injuries, 2020 was truly his season. He started the campaign with two consecutive victories, in Qatar and Jerez. At Brno he placed second and in Austria he won again, making it three wins and a podium from the first five races. There was an additional second position in France, and he became Moto3 World Champion at the age of 24.

Arenas moved up to the Moto2 World Championship in 2021, adapting steadily to the new challenge and showing his character and dedication. In 2022 he continued to make progress and improved his results, although he would not get on the podium in Moto2.

In 2023, Albert Arenas joins Red Bull KTM Ajo to complete his third season in the intermediate class. He aims to fight for great results and take another step forward in his sporting career.

  • First Grand Prix: 2014 Valencia GP (Moto3)
  • First Grand Prix podium: 2018 French GP (Moto3)
  • First Grand Prix win: 2018 French GP (Moto3)
  • Wins: 6 (all in Moto3)
  • Podiums: 11 (10 in Moto3 and 1 in Moto2)
  • Pole positions: -
  • Fastest laps: 1 (Moto3)