Joan Mir

Casco de Joan Mir

Personal information

  • Palma (Spain)
  • 1st september 1997
  • 1,81 m.
  • 69 kg.

Moto GP

Honda RC 213V

Honda RC 213V

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Joan Mir
Joan Mir

Personal information

  • Palma (Spain)
  • 1st september 1997
  • 1,81 m.
  • 69 kg.

Moto GP

Honda RC 213V

Honda RC 213V

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Joan, in numbers


2
Titles

33
Podiums

12
Victories

2
Pole positions

7
Fastest laps

124
Races

Joan Mir: in the colors that excite him

He grew up on skateboards and surfboards, although he soon realized that he was more passionate about nothing than motorcycles. It was then that he switched to the mini-bike and mini-tard categories and began to show signs of his talent. He landed in MotoGP with the ’36’ on his back, inherited from his cousin, Joan Perelló, 125cc rider, who instilled in him, to a large extent, his predilection for motorcycling. His debut in Moto3, the bronze category, was in 2015 and, just a year later, he became rookie of the year. In 2017 he was crowned World Champion in the smallest category of the championship.

After a fleeting time in Moto2, in which he was again proclaimed rookie of the year, he arrived in the gold category in 2019. One year was enough for him to make history and become World Champion against all odds. The key to his success was the consistency he maintained throughout that atypical season. Joan is the fourth Spaniard in history to win a MotoGP championship, joining the likes of Álex Crivillé, Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Márquez.

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Joan Mir

  • 15

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    Joan Mir is going through one of his most difficult seasons, affected by injuries.

  • 3

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    Joan Mir closes his third season close to retaining the MotoGP title.

  • 1

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    Joan Mir is crowned as MotoGP World Champion on his second year.

  • 12

    World Championship

    MotoGP

    12th classified in his first season in MotoGP.

  • 6

    World Championship

    Moto2

    First and only year in the intermediate category, becoming rookie of the year.

  • 1

    World Championship

    Moto3

    Moto3 World Champion in his second year in the World Championship.

  • 5

    World Championship

    Moto3

    Debut in the MotoGP World Championship in the small category.

Joan Mir

Joan Mir

Joan Mir

Joan Mir

Joan Mir

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