Portugal's rivals Miguel Oliveira (26) said he will say goodbye to Moto2 by winning the team title at the Valencia Community Grand Prix on Wednesday.
It said Red Bull KTM Ajo and Portugal's Almada natural driver hope to secure a hole before climbing to the top class of the Portuguese Speed Motorcycle World Championship.
"Everyone dreams of competing in MotoGP, I want to play Valencia and, above all, leave another victory for the team, which is a good match for KTM and my riding. "The 23-year-old has won two titles in Moto3 in 2015 and last year in Moto2.
Two-time defending champion Michelle Oliveira (32 points) defeated Francesco Bagnaia (Kalex), who won the qualifying round in Malaysia two weeks ago, and said goodbye to the team that had played in the last four years. .
"On the other hand, I am sad to leave this team, the team that gave me so many victories and many awards, while I am faced with new categories and new challenges. I am happy, "said the Portuguese rider in anticipation of the final race of the year.
The Red Bull KTM Ajo is now 22nd ahead of Bagnaia's Sky Racing Team VR46. For this win, they scored two pilots on each team.