It is the worst kept secret in the paddock, but finally, it is official, Cameron Beaubier moves to Moto2!
Following his 2009 125cc for Red Bull KTM, teammate to Marc Marquez, Beaubier returned to the USA and made his way up the ranks in the AMA and now MotoAmerica championship.
Beaubier is now one of the most successful MotoAmerica riders ever, if not the most successful. Following success in the Supersport championship and moving to the Superbike championship, Beaubier has been able to win five titles with Yamaha, even beating Tony Elias to the title.
After being crowned the 2020 MotoAmerica champion, he has decided to make move away from America and back to the MotoGP championship following success from Joe Roberts and ex-teammate Garrett Gerloff.
He is coming back to prove a point and get America back on the map, he will be riding for the American Racing Team in the 2021 and 2022 seasons and will be coached by John Hopkins, he hopes to repeat his success over in the world championship.
Read our exclusive interview with him and his move back to the World Championship here.
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