The Moto3 world champion and current Red Bull KTM Moto2 rider, Jorge Martin, has closed the agreement to upload to MotoGP in 2021 in the ranks of the Pramac Ducati replacing the Australian Jack Miller who recently signed his contract with the official Ducati team.
Despite the fact that KTM, the official team with whom he races in Moto2, had an option over him to jump into MotoGP, the San Sebastián de los Reyes rider will disassociate himself from the Austrian firm and sign for the Borgo Panigale satellite team.
The agreement, which is lacking the signature, has been directly with Ducati who is the one who has the initiative regarding the Pramac that functions as its junior team.
Jorge Martin He was the first Spanish winner of the Red Bull Rookies Cup in 2014 and jumped to the World Cup in 2015 with the Aspar Mahindra where he teamed up with Juanfran Guevara and who is expected to be his partner in the Pramac Ducati, Pecco Bagnaia, with whom he coincidentally also shared the photo. of 2018 champions.
In 2017 he went to Del Conca Gresini with a Honda with which he was proclaimed Moto3 world champion in 2018 after undisputed dominance.
In 2019, he jumped into Moto2 in the ranks of Red Bull KTM Ajo, adding two podiums. After a second season in the intermediate category in the ranks of Aki Ajo’s team, who, after KTM’s abandonment of the Moto2 category, drives a Kalex, he will promote MotoGP.