Pedro Acosta, the rising star in the world of motorcycle racing, is set to make a significant career leap by moving up to MotoGP with KTM in the upcoming season. The specific team he will join, however, remains to be confirmed. This development was confirmed by Francesco Guidotti, the Team Manager based in Matthighofen.
Guidotti revealed to GPOne.com, "Acosta will remain a KTM rider, we had an option we could use and clearly we did that. It will be in MotoGP, but the team he will go to will be a surprise." This statement has sparked speculation and anticipation among fans and fellow competitors alike.
Currently, Brad Binder and Jack Miller are contracted to Red Bull KTM for the next season. This means that for Acosta to be placed, the Austrian team would have to prematurely terminate one of their existing contracts. This situation adds an element of uncertainty to Acosta's upcoming MotoGP debut.
Another potential option for Acosta is the GASGAS Tech3 satellite team. Augusto Fernandez, who is having a solid debut season, is currently with the team. Pol Espargaro, another member of the team, is facing a lot of uncertainties due to the injuries he suffered at the Portuguese GP, which have kept him out of all the remaining rounds so far.
Acosta's move to MotoGP marks a significant milestone in his career. Known for his talent and determination, Acosta has shown great potential in his previous races. His move to MotoGP, the premier class of motorcycle road racing, will provide him with new challenges and opportunities to showcase his skills on a larger stage.
As the motorcycle racing community awaits more details about Acosta's move to MotoGP, there is no doubt that his presence will add an exciting dynamic to the upcoming season. Fans and fellow racers alike will be eagerly watching his progress and looking forward to his debut in the premier class.