Pedro Acosta finishes #SpanishGP in 2nd, Albert Arenas 8th

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The Spanish Grand Prix concluded this Sunday with positive results for the Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 team. Pedro Acosta took his second consecutive podium, finishing in second position, and is the new leader of the category. Albert Arenas rode a consistent race from start to finish and crossed the line in eighth position.

Pedro Acosta started the race from the front row of the grid. The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 rider remained in first place for the first few laps, but then he dropped back to second. The high temperatures and the high race pace forced him to manage the contest intelligently, chasing the leader and eventually coming home second, earning a second consecutive podium -the third of the season. With this great result, Acosta moved joint top of the overall standings, with 74 points.

On the other hand, Albert Arenas completed a consistent race at the Spanish Grand Prix. The Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 rider started the race from ninth on the grid and maintained that position for the first part of the race. Arenas was comfortable in Jerez and showed a steady pace, making steps forward and trying to make up positions. The rider crossed the finish line again in the Top10, in eighth position. Arenas finishes this weekend ninth in the overall standings with 27 points.

The French Grand Prix will be the next race for Red Bull KTM Ajo, taking place from May 11-13th.


It was a tough race, but we are more than happy with the result. I tried to catch up with the leader but he was very fast, although the pace was not very different. There was a big gap to third place so we earned some good points for the championship. We gave everything and the team worked hard throughout the weekend to be as competitive as possible today. I have to thank everyone who makes it so that we can achieve these results.


It was important to have a good race today to continue building a good base for the coming rounds. We were faster and we took a step forward, although some small mistakes prevented us from gaining positions. We were able to face it and have a good pace. We will keep working for the next race at Le Mans.

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