Pecco Bagnaia was born on January 14, 199 7 and he can be described as an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle racer competing in MotoGP for the Ducati Lenovo Team. It must be noted that Pecco Bagnaia is the 2022 and 2023 World Champion in the MotoGP class.
He was also the 2018 Moto2 World Champion and he is noted to be the first and only from Valentino Rossi’s VR46 Riders Academy to win a world title in the premier class.
Pecco Bagnaia was born in Turin, Italy and from an early age, he started riding Minimoto bikes. He was the winner of the European MiniGP championship in 2009 and later in 2010, he made his pre-GP 125 Mediterranean championship debut with Monlau Competición team.
At the end of the season, he finished runner-up. In 2021, Pecco Bagnaia participated in the Spanish Championships in the 125cc category, winning a race, and finishing third in the final standings.
Pecco Bagnaia rode a Honda NSF250R and finished 3rd in the championship so far as the 2012 CEV Moto3 season is concerned.
He placed third behind Álex Márquez and Luca Amato. Pecco Bagnaia participated in the 2013 Moto3 World Championship for his Grand Prix debut. He was with Team Italia FMI and rode a Honda. Romano Fenati was his team mate.
Pecco Bagnaia did not have a good season. He joined Sky Racing Team by VR46 in 2014 and he finished top 10 five times during the first 7 races, with a 4th-place finish at Le Mans as his best result.
Pecco Bagnaia became a member of the Aspar Team on a Mahindra and had Juanfran Guevara and Jorge Martín as his teammates. Pecco Bagnaia on July 5, 2022, was involved in a DUI crash in the early morning on the Spanish island of Ibiza.
He failed breathalyser test, and his blood alcohol content was said to be more than three times the legal limit for driving in Spain.
Pecco Bagnaia’s Parents
Pietro Bagnaia is the father of Pecco Bagnaia .It is only once that he has raised his voice against Pecco Bagnaia. He once threatened to stop Pecco Bagnaia from riding bikes. The name of his mother is yet to be updated