The team led by CEO Javi Martínez brings experience in the MotoGP World Championship to forge talents like David Almansa


The Finetwork MIR Racing Team, led by Javi Martínez as Team CEO, has opted for the experience in the MotoGP World Championship of Albert Talamino and Ramón Forcada to forge talents such as the rider David Almansa and win the 2023 FIM JuniorGP, which begins on May 6 and 7 at the Estoril circuit.

Since the team entered the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP in 2021, then under the name of FIM CEV Repsol, Albert Talamino took the reins of the ‘box’ as technical director to provide it with the professionalism of the MotoGP World Championship and has led the growth of the youngster Argamasilla de Calatrava talent David Almansa in his beginnings in international competition.

Albert Talamino joined the world of competition in 2013, together with the Red Bull KTM structure in Moto3 and a year and a half later he joined the MarcVDS structure in Moto2 coinciding with Álex Márquez since his landing in the category in 2015. With the youngest of the Márquez, he achieved the world title in the intermediate category 4 years later.

In 2022, he came to MotoGP with LCR Honda with the role of ‘Data Engineer’, thus combining his World Cup work with the one he carries out in JuniorGP with Finetwork, a team in which youth is combined with the experience of the triple champion of the MotoGP world together with Jorge Lorenzo, Ramón Forcada.

The result was a 2022 season-ending victory in Valencia for David Almansa, and a podium finish for rookie Alberto Ferrández. In addition, the team debuted a week later in the MotoGP World Championship, in the Moto3 category.


The 2023 season of the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP will start on the first weekend of May, but both David Almansa and Marcos Ruda and Alberto Ferrández are already working 100 percent to fight for the title this year.

In addition, the team hopes to have the opportunity to participate in the three races of the MotoGP World Championship in Spain, with an ‘invitation’ in Moto3, to continue with the process of consolidation and expansion of the project, which aspires to become a World Cup next next season, in 2024.

“It is an exciting project where we help young talents in the growth process, providing them with the best resources and tools in their preparation to become elite athletes. It is a pride to be able to participate in a project of these characteristics and little by little We are little showing that we are going in the right direction. Finetwork is very confident in this project and our job is to consolidate it and make it a reference not only nationally but globally”, commented Albert Talamino.

For his part, Ramón Forcada acknowledged that the Finetwork Team is a discovery for him. “When I decided to leave the MotoGP World Championship, Javi Martínez immediately contacted me and told me about the idea of ​​the project, the values ​​they represent and where they wanted to go, and it seemed like a nice way to contribute all my experience to a group with so much passion and illusion. This year I will combine my work within the team with the MotoE category, in the RNF team,” he said.

The team led by Pascual Pérez plans to carry out its first training sessions on February 15 and 16 at the Jerez circuit, together with KTM, finalizing its preparation for the Finetwork FIM JuniorGP and the MotoGP World Championship.