Trackhouse Racing joined the MotoGP grid in 2024, bringing an American team back to the pinnacle of motorcycle racing for the first time in over a decade. Trackhouse Racing MotoGP is determined to be a competitive force on and off the track in partnership with Aprilia, its official factory-supported team.
“This is a monumental moment for Trackhouse Entertainment Group. It has been in the ethos of Trackhouse since the very first day to put in the work, have the vision, and deploy the enthusiasm and passion necessary to build one of the most valuable motorsports entertainment companies in the world. Our entry into the MotoGP World Championship is another step in the execution of that vision."
Davide Brivio arrives at Trackhouse as one of motorsports most iconic and popular leaders.
Five MotoGP World Championships for Riders and four constructor titles are a measure of the profound influence he has had on the sport. Having his leadership at Trackhouse brings even greater depth of experience and recognition to the new MotoGP team.
Davide Brivio’s biography starts in Monza, Northern Italy, from where he hails. Born into a country infused with the deepest passion for motor racing, Davide quickly found motorcycles. Initially, cutting his competitive teeth in motocross before the heat of battle gave way to his aspirations within the inner workings of running a racing team. Circuit racing embraced him and the trophies soon followed.
Davide’s reputation and achievements at the very pinnacle of two-wheel World Championship racing are recognised across the racing world. A talismanic figure, he is respected for the World Championship success he has achieved - with two different brands so far - and now, after his two-year hiatus in Formula 1, his love of MotoGP means he returns to the Paddock hungry to add to his trophy cabinet with Trackhouse.
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Grand Prix Victories: 17
Grand Prix Podiums: 41
Grand Prix Poles: 5
Miguel Oliveira joins the Trackhouse Racing MotoGP Team as an established star of MotoGP. He marked himself out for future success in Portugal from his earliest days on track and has shown his prodigious talent and intelligence throughout the Championship battles he has fought in his career to date on the world stage. His five race wins since he arrived in the premier class have marked him out as a man to watch, particularly when he can run at his own rhythm, or rain falls. His 2023 season was blighted by injuries suffered largely through no fault of his own and so 2024 will be all about staying fit, working on finding the sweet spot with the new Aprilia RS-GP bike and making his proven pace count throughout the year.
Grand Prix Victories: 10
Grand Prix Podiums: 16
Grand Prix Poles: 13
Raul Fernandez arrives in the Trackhouse Team as one of the youngest, most exciting, riders in the MotoGP World Championship. Since the age of 11 years old, when he learnt his early racecraft on the tracks around Madrid, he has been ‘one to watch’. No rookie has shaken up the intermediate Moto 2 class like Raul in 2021 when he blitzed the field with eight victories and only missed out on the Championship crown in his rookie year, injury preventing him from securing vital points towards the end of the campaign. 2023 ended strongly with a top 5 finish in the final race and 2024 will be a year that Raul looks to stamp his speed on the timesheets from the opening race in Qatar through to the final round in Valencia.