Bo Bendsneyder #64

Rotterdam, March 4 1999
Nationality: Dutch
Private: in a relation with Demi

Height: 184 cm
Weight: 69 kg
2015 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies world champion, 2x podium in Moto3 debut season 2016

Bo Bendsneyder dominated the 2015 Red Bull Rookies Cup, with eight wins, two more podium places and the world title. The Dutchman had already shown a promise when he won the second Red Bull Rookies Cup race in 2014 in Assen, in his debut in the series. In addition to the Rookies Cup, he also participated with the Dutch Racing Team in 2014 in the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 Junior World Championship, where he took third place in Le Mans and took points in every round in which he participated.

His world title in the Rookies Cup was rewarded with a place in the Moto3 championship with the Red Bull KTM Ajo team in 2016. In his debut year, Bendsneyder was on the podium twice: Silverstone and Sepang. After a second year at KTM Ajo, in which his length played an increasingly disadvantageous role, Bendsneyder moved to Moto2 in 2018 with Tech 3 on the Mistral machine. Due to a bizarre accident in Japan, where a part of the engine pierced his lower leg, the season came to an early end.
In 2019, Bendsneyder raced for NTS RW Racing GP for the first time. It was not an easy season, but Bendsneyder managed to finish very regularly in the points on the new machine. He will also race for the Dutch team in 2020.

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Moto2 World Championship with NTS RW Racing GP


Moto2 World Championship (Tech3): 29th


Moto3 World Championship (KTM Ajo): 15th


Moto3 World Championship (KTM Ajo): 14th, 2x podium (Silverstone and Sepang)


Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup: 1st with 8 wins (world champion)


Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup: 9th (win at TT Assen)

CEV Repsol Moto3 Junior World Championship: 15th (podium Le Mans)


Moto3 RVB Racingteam IDM: 8th

Moto3 RVB Racingteam ONK

Wildcards Pata European Junior Cup: wins in Assen and Nürburgring

British Superbike Moto3, Assen: 1st

Race of the Champions Moto3, Assen: 1st


Yamaha R125 Cup: 1st (national champion)

Moriwaki 250cc GP3 Junior Cup: 1st (national champion)


Molenaar NSF100 Dutch Championship: 1st (national champion)

Moriwaki 250cc GP3 Junior Cup: 1st (national champion)

EK NSF100: 3rd


Molenaar NSF100 Dutch Championship: 2nd

European championship NSF100 Witgenborn (GER): 2nd

World Final NSF100 Albacete: 10th


Dutch championship pocketbike Junior B: 2nd

Molenaar NSF100 Dutch Championship: 2nd


Dutch championship pocketbike Junior Open: 6th


Dutch championship pocketbike junior-A: 11th