Andrea Migno

Andrea Migno joined the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and the CEV in 2011 having ridden in the Honda 125GP Trophy in Italy the previous year. He continued riding in Spain in Moto3™ and in the 2014 FIM CEV Repsol he rode for the VR46 Academy project led by Valentino Rossi. Running at the front on a Kalex-KTM he came to the attention of Mahindra, who brought him into the World Championship to replace Arthur Sissis in Moto3™ for the second half of the season. In 2015 Migno represented SKY Racing Team VR46 again, this time in the World Championship on a KTM. He remained in the all Italian SKY Racing Team VR46 for 2016 and stayed with the squad in 2017, taking a sensational first win at home at Mugello. In 2018 Migno then moved to the re-named Angel Nieto Team (formerly Aspar), and took a podium in Le Mans as part of a 1-2 for the team. In 2019 he moves to Bester Capital Dubai.

Jaume Masiá

Jaume Masiá hails from Valencia in Spain and after starting racing at the age of five, he quickly ascended through the ranks to win the Spanish 140cc Championship just three years later, alongside the Valencian 150cc title. He would continue this promising form in road racing to claim sixth in the Spanish PreMoto3 Championship in his debut year of 2013 before landing a ride in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup for the following season.
After a year in the Moto3™ Junior World Championship in 2016 Masia moved to the Valencian-run Cuna de Campeones outfit for the following season and was quick immediately, eventually claiming two victories in Aragon and Valencia at the end of the year. Mid-way through the season, Masia was called up to by our Team to replace the injured Darryn Binder at the Austrian Grand Prix; showing himself to be a quick learner, he finished ninth on his World Championship debut and we have signed him immediately for a full-time ride in 2018 and 2019.