Jorge Navarro1996-02-03 (age 24)
News in depth
KTM rider Brad Binder withstood late pressure from Speed Up's Jorge Navarro to win the Moto2 race at Aragon.
Augusto Fernandez outduelled Jorge Navarro on the final lap to win the Silverstone Moto2 race, after pole-sitter Alex Marquez crashed out.
Along with MotoGP, the Moto2 and Moto3 seasons will kick off in Qatar this weekend with both grids boasting several potential future premier class stars. David Gruz selects 10 riders who are likely to shine in 2017.
Brad Binder has been crowned Moto3 champion after finishing second in a thrilling Aragon race, wrapping up the lightweight class crown with four races still to run.
Jorge Navarro claimed the first Moto3 victory of his career on home soil at Catalunya, while points leader Brad Binder recovered from a late-race incident to finish second.
Brad Binder came out on top in a nailbiting slipstreaming epic at Mugello to extend his Moto3 points advantage as his main title rivals failed to score.
Brad Binder recorded a sensational maiden Moto3 victory in Jerez, recovering from a penalty that forced him to start the race from the very back of the grid.
Romano Fenati cruised to a dominant win in the third round of the Moto3 series at Austin, the Sky Racing VR46 rider beating closest rival Jorge Navarro by six seconds.
South African rider Brad Binder secured his first ever Grand Prix pole position after topping a typically close Moto3 qualifying session by three tenths of a second in Argentina.
Niccolo Antonelli opened the new Moto3 season with his third career victory in Qatar, outdragging Brad Binder to win a thrilling photo finish by a scant 0.007s.
Both of MotoGP's support classes are bubbling with talent this year - but who will come out on top? Jamie Klein and Oriol Puigdemont guide you through all the runners and riders in both Moto2 and Moto3.
Third-place finish at Sepang, behind teammate Kallio, more than enough.