Skip to content

Team Red Bull KTM Tech 3 – Moto3

Riders

Deniz Öncü
Born 26 July 2003 in Alanya, Turkey

The youngest of the Öncü brothers, Deniz raced Grand Prix Moto3 full time in 2020 at just 16 years of age with the Red Bull Tech 3 KTM team. Born into a family of motorbike fanatics, the young Turkish rider began racing motocross at the age of six. European 85 Supermoto champion in 2015, he discovered road racing the following season, finishing tenth in the Asia Talent Cup. In 2017, he finished 4th in the Red Bull Rookies Cup, winning two events. He finished second in 2018 and the following season raced in the Spanish championship, before replacing his brother Can for the last five Moto3 races in the Ajo team. Recruited by KTM Tech 3 team in 2020, for his first full world championship season, Deniz managed five top ten places, culminating in a fine sixth place at Valencia. Last year, the Turkish rider took a step forward with three podium finishes and his first pole position.

COMPETITIVE RECORD

  • 36 Moto3 Grand Prix starts

  • 3 podiums

  • 1 pole position

Adrian Fernandez
Born 31 January 2004 in Madrid, Spain

Younger brother of Raúl Fernández, Adrián also started out in Spain, in 2017 and 18, in the European Talent Cup, then in Moto3, where he would go as far as finishing seventh in 2020, with a podium at Estoril. That same year he raced the Portuguese Grand Prix with the Rivacold Snipers team as a replacement for Filip Salac. In spite of his lack of experience he finished the race just outside the points. Enough to convince Max Biaggi to recruit him in 2021. Aboard a Husqvarna, Adrian managed to score thirty or so points, to finish his first world championship season in 22nd position. For 2022 he joins the KTM Tech 3 team alongside Deniz Öncü.

COMPETITIVE RECORD

  • 19 starts in Grands Prix Moto3

La moto : Ninja ZX – 10RR

 

Engine info

Other info

Displacement: 250 cc 

Maximum power: 50 hp + 

6-speed transmission

Rev limit: 13 000 rpm

Six speed gearbox 

WP suspensions

Dry weight: 82 kg+

To go further