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Hector Barbera Profile - 2011

2011 MotoGP Riders

Jorge Lorenzo #1
Spanish
Yamaha Factory Racing
Jorge Lorenzo
Andrea Dovizioso #4
Italian flag
Repsol Honda
Andrea Dovizioso
Colin Edwards #5
American
Tech3 Monster Yamaha
Colin Edwards
Hiroshi Aoyama #7
Japanese
Honda Gresini
Hiroshi Aoyama
Hector Barbera #8
Spanish
Aspar Ducati
Hector Barbera
Ben Spies #11
American
Yamaha Factory Racing
Ben Spies
Randy de Puniet #14
French
Pramac Racing
Randy de Puniet
Karel Abraham #17
Czech Republic
Cardion AB Ducati
Karel Abraham
Alvaro Bautista #19
Spanish
Suzuki MotoGP
Alvaro Bautista
Toni Elias #24
Spanish
LCR Honda
Toni Elias
Dani Pedrosa #26
Spanish
Repsol Honda
Dani Pedrosa
Casey Stoner #27
Australian
Repsol Honda
Casey Stoner
Cal Crutchlow #35
British
Tech3 Monster Yamaha
Cal Crutchlow
Valentino Rossi #46
Italian
Ducati Team
Valentino Rossi
M. Simoncelli #58
Italian
Honda Gresini
Marco Simoncelli
Loris Capirossi #65
Italian
Pramac Racing
Loris Capirossi
Nicky Hayden #69
American
Ducati Team
Nicky Hayden

Hector Barbera

Hector Barbera

Héctor Barberá began his World Championship career at 15 in 2002, under the guidance of Jorge Martinez ‘Aspar’. In his first season Barbera established himself as a very talented rider. In 2003 he broke through with his first victory at Donington Park, making him one of the youngest riders ever to win a Grand Prix. A strong finish to the season saw him take third place in the championship and he signed up for a title challenge with Seedorf Racing in 2003.

Despite several crashes and mechanical failures, victory in the final race won Barberá the runner-up spot and a factory ride with Fortuna Honda in the 250cc class for 2005. After two years with Fortuna he moved to Team Toth for 2007 where he finish the year fifth overall. Staying with the same team in 2008 and with an official Aprilia RSA at his disposal Barbera was one of the candidates for the title, but he finished fourth in the final standings after a serious back injury sustained in Japan cut his season short.

Returning for the start of the 2009 season with the newly formed Pepe World Pons WRB team, Barberá ran his best season ever in the 250cc classification, finishing second in the Championship.

Riding once again with the Aspar camp which launched his career in the World Championship, Barberá piloted Ducati machinery for his debut season in MotoGP in 2010 as a single-rider entry for Parginas Amarillas Aspar. Barbera signed on again with Aspar Ducati for the 2011 season.

Spanish Hector Barbera #8 - Aspar Ducati

Hector Barbera Born: November 2, 1986

Hometown: Valencia, Spain

Height: 5' 5

Weight: 130 lbs

Marital Status: Single

Team: Aspar Ducati

Helmet: Airoh

Hector Barbera 2011 MotoGP Results



Round Race Finished
1 Losail 12th
2 Jerez 6th
3 Estoril DNS
4 Le Mans 9th
5 Catalunya 11th
6 Silverstone 11th
7 Assen 12th
8 Mugello 7th
9 Sachsenring 11th
10 Laguna Seca 9th
11 Brno 10th
12 Indianapolis DNF
13 Misano 9th
14 Aragon 8th
15 Motegi DNF
16 Phillip Island DNS
17 Sepang  
18 Valencia  

 

Aspar Ducati

Aspar Ducati
Hector Barbera

Hector Barbera at the 2011 Sepang test

 

MotoGP Racing

The fastest men on two wheels - MotoGP is the world's premier sportbike racing championship.The 2011 season promises 18 Grand Prix races where the world's top sportbike manufacturers and most talented riders come together for a breathtaking display of speed and agility on the most technically demanding road courses known to man.

This year, Valentino Rossi will ride to reclaim his World Championship title against the Australian power-rider, Casey Stoner, Spanish throttle-jockey Dani Pedrosa, and current world champion Jorge Lorenzo .

MotoGP racing - Creating sportbike racing legends at over 200 MPH.

Experience the excitement of the 2011 season of MotoGP racing as Hector Barbera rides to capture his first Premier Class World Championship title.

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