Fermin Aldeguer inks two year MotoGP Ducati deal

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Ahead of this weekend’s Portuguese GP at Portimao, Moto2 title contender Fermin Aldeguer, has inked a two year deal that will see the Spanish teenager move to MotoGP with Ducati for the 2025 and 2026 seasons.

The talented rider from near Murcia in Spain, finished third in the Moto2 title chase last year. He has a further two year option to remain with Ducati for 2027 and 2028!

Fermin Aldeguer: “I’m ecstatic to have this opportunity; thanks to Ducati, I’ll realise the dream I’ve pursued since childhood. The time has arrived to take the big leap and compete with the world’s finest riders, and what’s more, I’ll be doing it with the best bike on the grid. I want to express my gratitude to Ducati, especially to Gigi Dall’Igna, for their faith in me from the beginning of our discussions. I extend my thanks to Luca Boscoscuro for everything we’ve shared and for what lies ahead of us this year. I’m also grateful to my family, my manager, Héctor Faubel, and everyone who, in one way or another, has contributed to my journey here. Now that I know what the future holds, it’s time to focus solely on this season, where I face a significant challenge in Moto2. I’ll give my all to leave this category with my head held high, aiming for the best possible results before embarking on the new adventure in MotoGP.”

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