MotoE World Cup: Xavier Cardelus Joins Avintia Esponsorama Racing For 2020

MotoE World Cup: Xavier Cardelus Joins Avintia Esponsorama Racing For 2020

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Avintia Esponsorama Racing:

XAVIER CARDELÚS JOINS THE AVINTIA ESPONSORAMA RACING IN MOTOE

Avintia Esponsorama Racing and Xavier Cardelús join forces for the next MotoE 2020 World Cup. It will be the first time that an Andorran rider and team are together in a Motorcycling World Championship. The young rider joins the ranks of the team as a team-mate of the Brazilian Eric Granado.

Xavier Cardelús, who is only 21 years old, has already accumulated a certain amount of experience on the circuits. Currently, he has been competing in the 2019 season of the Moto2 World Championship with Ángel Nieto Team, during 2018 he completed a total of 13 races in the intermediate category, 7 with Team Stylobike and the remaining 6 with the Marinelli Snipers Team, in 2017 he participated in the SuperSport World Championship and in 2015 he competed in the FIM CEV Moto2 European Championship.

For the 2020 World Championship, Cardelús will face a new challenge in his professional career with Avintia Esponsorama Racing making his debut in the MotoE World Cup.

With this new incorporation and the signing of Carlos Tatay in the Moto3 category, the team’s line-up is practically closed for the next 2020 season, just waiting to confirm the name of the new rider who will share the MotoGP box with Tito Rabat.

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