Moto E is one of the competition categories that thrills speed lovers. It was developed by Moto GP, the two-wheeled electric category steals the show on the best circuits in the world with all the adrenaline it displays, as well as the drivers on the current grid.
Among them is Eric Granado, born in Brazil on June 10, 1996, who proved he has everything it takes to compete on a motorcycle from a very early age, winning the Sao Paulo Regional Championship in 2003 and finishing second in the Schincariol Regional Championship to quickly make his name known.
The Amazonian nation was already talking about a sensational rider, who, at just 9 years of age, became the youngest winner in the Brazilian MiniGP championship, turning this experience into an international push to take his triumphs to Spain, where he climbed to the top of the podium in the Spanish MiniGP 70cc championship in 2007, and then made a major breakthrough by winning the 80cc title the following year.
The Amazonian nation was already talking about a sensational rider, who, at just 9 years of age, became the youngest winner of a race in the Brazilian MiniGP championship. He used this experience as an impulse to internationalize his triumphs and took them to Spain, where he climbed to the top step of the podium in the Spanish MiniGP 70cc championship in 2007, and then made a major breakthrough to win the 80cc title the following year.
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After this youthful performance, he spent the next three years racing pre-125 and 125cc in Spain and the Mediterranean before taking a giant step in his career by getting behind a Moto2 bike under the JIR team in 2012, although the challenge proved more complicated than expected and decided to move back the following year to Moto3.
Victories on a bigger scale started to come in 2017 when he became FIM CEV Repsol Champion in Moto2 after sweeping six wins and proving he had everything needed to return to Moto2 in 2018. However, non-sporting problems led him to break his relationship with Forward Racing Team.
Written by | Ronald Ortega