The Spanish rider will be looking to fight for the World Championship title next year with the team led by José Ángel Gutiérrez Boé
BOÉ Motorsports announces the renewal of its rider David Muñoz for the 2023 season. The Andalusian rider will once again wear the colours of the team with which he made his debut in the Moto3 World Championship and with which he achieved his first World Championship podium of his career.
After seven races of waiting due to the age limit in Moto3, David Muñoz made his debut in Mugello with BOÉ Motorsports and surprised everyone. From his first race in this championship he managed to get into Q2 on Saturday and into the points positions on Sunday, while in the following race in Barcelona he got his first podium with a great second place.
Despite being the youngest and least experienced rider on the grid, David Muñoz is already a regular rider in the fight for victory in Moto3 races. The BOÉ Motorsports rider has demonstrated his great talent to the whole world and now extends his link with the first team that trusted him to make the leap to the World Championship.
David Muñoz:“I am very happy to continue with the BOÉ Motosports team. From the beginning they made me feel like one of the family and I really appreciate all the trust they have placed in me from the very first moment. With them I made my debut in the World Championship, I got my first podium and I think we are ready to continue adding together. I want to thank the whole team for everything they do for me, especially José Ángel Gutiérrez Boé for betting on me for another year. I am looking forward to continue learning and growing with all of them”.
José Ángel Gutiérrez Boé: “We are very proud to be able to announce this renewal for next year. Since we decided to bet on David last year, we knew he was a safe bet because of his talent and potential, he has shown it and we are very satisfied with his work. Since his arrival we are growing together and I think he brings a great atmosphere to the team, we want everything to continue like this to be able to fight together for big goals next year. Now we have to keep thinking about what we can improve race after race to become stronger and stronger”.
Currently, despite being seven races behind his rivals and with eight Grand Prix to go in the Moto3 World Championship, David Muñoz and BOÉ Motorsports are in the fight for the rookie of the year title. This weekend in Austria the team will fight to keep on adding to this objective.