The Reale Avintia Arizona 77 team is pleased to announce the agreement reached with the lastest Spanish talent, Carlos Tatay, to race in the Moto3 World Championship the next two seasons.
With this agreement, Raúl Romero’s team, ensures one of the emerging talents of motorcycling, and his name was already in the wish list of several Moto3 World Championship teams. Carlos Tatay will complete his maiden Moto3 season in a structure with huge experience in the MotoGP World Championship, and will follow the footsteps of great riders such as Maverick Viñales, Tito Rabat, Scott Redding or Aleix Espargaró, who also made their debut in the championship with the Spanish team.
The 16 year old, Valencian rider is the 2019 Red Bull Rookies Cup Champion, following a superb dominating season, winning four races and achieving a total of nine podiums in ten rounds. Tatay won the title in Misano, with two races left to finish the championship.
In Misano he also signed the contract with Esponsorama to compete with KTM for the next two seasons and, as a prize, Tatay got a wild card entry with Andreas Pérez 77 Foundation team on last weekend Moto3 Aragon Grand Prix. In his second appearance in the World Championship, the Spanish rider qualified in front row and, on Sunday’s race, he fought his way in the leading group and eventually finished very close to the ‘Top 10’. A good sign of Tatay’s potential in Moto3.

Carlos Tatay
“I’m very happy to finally announce that I will be in the MotoGP World Championship, in Moto3 class, next year. To make my debut in a team with so much history and experience in the championship is something incredible for me. I will try to enjoy to the maximum, to be like a sponge to learn fast and give my 100% every time I jump on the bike. It has been a fantastic season where we fought hard to win the Red Bull Rookies Cup, but there are still several races of the Moto3 Junior World Championship, where I want to be fighting in front to be on the top of my level in my World Championship debut.”

Raúl Romero (CEO Esponsorama)
“Carlos Tatay is a rising value and, following his upward evolution in the last two seasons with our team, first in the European Talent Cup and now in Moto3 Junior World Championship, this year proved that he is ready to step up to the World Championship. In Misano he won the Rookies Cup with two races to go and we decided to sign the contract. There was already a lot of talk about him in the paddock and we couldn’t let him escape. In Aragon he showed that he has the talent to be in front in Moto3 and I hope to see him fighting for great results with us in the coming years.”