Miguel Oliveira1995-01-04 (age 25)
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Tech 3 rider Miguel Oliveira says he disagrees with factory KTM counterpart Brad Binder’s version of events which led to their Turn 1 crash in the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix.
KTM has officially announced that Danilo Petrucci has signed for the Austrian marque to join Tech 3 for 2021, with Miguel Oliveira promoted to the factory team.
Motorsport.com selects its top 20 bike racing competitors of 2019, with the first half of the countdown featuring riders from MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, World Superbike, national-level series and road racing.
KTM's motorsport director Pit Beirer says Tech 3 MotoGP rider Miguel Oliveira's public discontent over Brad Binder's promotion to the factory team was "a really unpleasant moment".
Tech 3 MotoGP rider Miguel Oliveira faces a dilemma over whether to have surgery on his shoulder or not, after it forced him to pull out of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Tech 3 KTM rookie Miguel Oliveira revealed that he was caught out by a change in the direction of heavy wind gusts, which caused his huge crash in MotoGP's FP4 session.
KTM boss Mike Leitner says Miguel Oliveira was offered Johann Zarco’s vacant factory MotoGP seat for 2020, but the Portuguese rider was “very clear” in his decision to remain with Tech 3.
Miguel Oliveira says KTM's decision to hand rookie Brad Binder a factory MotoGP ride for 2020 makes sense "only" to KTM and has left him feeling "not worthy".
Pol Espargaro's current superior form to his fellow KTM MotoGP riders is reminiscent of Ducati's Casey Stoner era, according to Espargaro's works teammate Johann Zarco.
KTM CEO Stefan Pierer has labelled new signing Johann Zarco's initial performances in 2019 as "simply unacceptable", while suggesting the Frenchman's current MotoGP struggles are "psychological" in nature.
Check out the 2019 KTM and Tech 3 MotoGP bikes from every angle in this special photo gallery.
KTM rider Miguel Oliveira won the final Moto2 race of the 2018 campaign in Valencia, picking up the pieces after Alex Marquez fell from the lead.
KTM motorsport boss Pit Beirer admits he has been frustrated by Miguel Oliveira's qualifying woes, which he feels is costing the MotoGP-bound rider the 2018 Moto2 title.
Francesco Bagnaia retook the Moto2 championship lead after prevailing in a duel with title rival Miguel Oliveira at the Red Bull Ring.
Miguel Oliveira took the Moto2 points lead by winning a thrilling race at Brno, outduelling Luca Marini on the last lap.