Juanfran Guevara, the Spanish Moto3 rider, is just 22-years-old and got into the Moto3 championship. Not everyone is blessed enough to get into such sports. However, the young rider has announced his retirement because of personal reasons. A man’s gotta do what he’s gotta do, right?
Speaking about his retirement, Juanfran Guevara, said, “It was a very hard and thoughtful decision that I made with the help, first of all, of my family, of all the directors of the fan club commission and some of the main sponsors who have supported me throughout this years. My passion for the world of motorcycling has not changed at all, but different economic reasons, and mainly personal ones, have given rise to this irrevocable decision.”
He further added, “I have decided to focus my career on the business world, studies that I have been combining all these years while racing in the Motorcycle World Championship. A point has arrived where I believe that in this way I will be able to grow more as a person and also dedicate more time to different projects that I have been developing over the last few years and that until now I have not been able to defend as they deserve. I close a stage of my life that took with me a multitude of moments, and above all, wonderful people that I will never forget. To all of you, my parents and Miguel, thank you.”
Guevara got his maiden world championship podium this year in the Mugello Moto3 race with third place. He also secured a position in the provisional Moto3 entry list earlier this month with RBA BOE Racing KTM. Anyway, we wish him all the luck in his future endeavours.