Alex Rins Navarro is a Spanish professional road racer currently competing in Grand Prix motorcycle racing. He has a smooth riding style. In an interview, he said that his smooth riding comes naturally, which helps to keep tires and bike mechanics fresh. This kind of riding gives him a massive advantage over other riders.
In 2011, he won the CEV Buckler 125GP Championship, scoring 102 points.
He moved up to the MotoGP class in 2017, joining the Team SUZUKI ECSTAR. The first season in MotoGP was a little disappointing, as he finished in 16th position. He has been with the same team since the beginning of his MotoGP career.
Biography: Alex Rins
|Full Name||Alex Rins Navarro|
|Date of Birth||8 December 1995|
|Birth Place||Barcelona, Spain|
|Father’s Name||Rafael Rins|
|Mother’s Name||Victoria Navarro|
|Height||5 feet 9 inches (175.5cm)|
|Body Measurements||Under Review|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Children name||Lucas Rins|
|Bike Name||Suzuki GSX-RR|
|Helmet||Nolan X-lite X-803 RS UC|
|Current Team/Manufacturers||Team SUZUKI ECSTAR|
|Net Worth||$40 million|
|Salary||$2.5 million (annual)|
|Social Media Presence||Facebook, Twitter, Instagram|
|Source of Wealth:||Racing, advertisements, and sponsorships|
|Last Updated||January 2022|
Alex Rins Navarro was born on 8 December 1995 in Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region. His parent’s information is not available at the moment but will be updated as soon as possible.
Alex Rins has a sister. Her name is Alba Rins.
More information about his family will be updated in Playersaga as soon as possible.
There is not much information available about his education on the internet at the moment. However, the information will be updated in website as soon as possible.
Alex Rins Age, Height, Weight, Body Measurement
Alex Rins was born on 8 December 1995 in Barcelona, Spain. He is 26 years old at the moment. His sun sign is Sagittarius. Alex has a height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 68 kg. His religious belief will be updated as soon as possible.
Racer3 Rins eyes are light brown, and his hair is dark brown. His shoe size is 9 (US), and his body measurements are under review at the moment and will be updated as soon as possible.
Alex Rins Girlfriend| Personal Life
Alex Rins is married to Alexandra Perez. There is not much information about their dating life, marriage date, and location on the internet. However, Alexandra Perez can be seen in MotoGP races, watching her husband ride.
In 2021, the couple had a son named Lucas Rins. His family pictures can be found on their Instagrams. Some reports suggested that Alex Rins was at least in one relationship before dating Alexandra Perez.
Alex Rins Helmet
Alex Rins uses the Nolan X-lite X-803 RS UC helmet in 2021. Monster’s logo and his bike number artwork can be seen on the side of his helmet.
Red, blue and white are the majority colors in his helmet.
Alex Rins Bike
Alex Rins currently uses the Suzuki GSX-RR. It is a Water-cooled, Four-stroke,
DOHC 16-valve, Crossplane crankshaft, Inline-four engine racing motorcycle developed explicitly by Ducati to race in the current MotoGP series.
DOHC 16-valve, Crossplane crankshaft, Inline-four engine
6-speed cassette type
|Fuel capacity||22 liters|
Alex Rins Manufacturer / Team
Alex Rins joined Team Suzuki Ecstar at the beginning of the 2017 season.During the beginning of his career in 2012 in the Moto3 Championship, he was with the Estrella Galicia 0,0 team riding a Suter Honda. He stayed with the same group in his moto3 career.
In 2015, he joined Moto2 with Paginas Amarillas HP 40 team riding a Kalex. In 2017, he moved up to MotoGP class with Team Suzuki Ecstar riding a Suzuki GSX-RR.
Alex Rins Salary and Net Worth
Alex Rins is currently with the Team Suzuki Ecstar.
MotoGP racer Alex Rins‘s Salary:
In weeks: $48,000
In a Year: $2.5 million
Alex Rins‘s net worth is $40 million as of 2021. His overall salary and net worth are racing, sponsorships, and endorsements.
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- At an early age in 2010, he took part in CEV Buckler 125GP Championship, where he finished in 3rd position in the competition.
- Next season in the same championship, he won the tournament, scoring 102 points, with two wins.
- He may have been in other championships too in his early career, but there is no information about it on the internet at the moment and will be updated as soon as possible.
Moto3 World Championship
- In the 2012 Moto3 World Championship, he made his Grand Prix debut. He was with Estrella Galicia 0,0 team riding Suter Honda.
- In the second race in Spain, he took the pole position.
- He took the first podium in France, with no further stages scored.
- He finished the first season with one podium, one pole position, one fastest lap, and in 5th position.
- MotoGP racer Alex became the rookie of the year in his debut season.
- Next season, he was joined by Alex Márquez, staying in the same team.
- Rins finished the season with six wins, 14 podiums, eight pole positions, one fastest lap, 311 points, and finished in 2nd position in the championship. This was one of the most impressive performances in his Grand Prix career.
- The following season in 2014 was not as impressive as his previous season. However, he finished the championship in 3rd position with two wins, eight podiums, four pole positions, three fasted laps, and 237 points.
Moto2 World Championship
- He moved up to Moto2 class after spending three years in Moto3. In the 2015 Moto2 World Championship, he joined Paginas Amarillas HP 40 team riding a Kalex.
- In his first season, he had two wins, ten podiums, three pole positions, four fastest laps, and 234 points. He finished the championship in 2nd position and won the year’s rookie.
- In the 2016 season, he stayed with the same team. He got his first win in the 2016 Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas.
- Alex had two wins, seven podiums, one pole position, three fastest laps, and 214. He finished the championship in 3rd position.
MotoGP World Championship
- After two seasons in Moto2 class with Paginas Amarillas HP 40 team, he was promoted to MotoGP in 2017, joining Team Suzuki Ecstar.
- The debut season was disappointing as he finished in 16th position, scoring only 59 points.
- The following season in 2018 was way better than the previous year as he finished 5th in the championship. He finished in 3rd position in the second race in Argentina.
- He had three 2nd and two 3rd positions in that season with five podiums, one fastest lap, and 169 points.
- 2019 was more impressive as he finished the championship in 4th position. He had his first win at the Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas, with his successive win at the British motorcycle Grand Prix.
- He had 2 wins, 3 podiums, 1 fastest lap, and 205 points.
- 2020 had his best MotoGP performance as he finished in 3rd position, with only 1 win at the Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix.
- He finished the season with 4 podiums, 2 fastest laps, and 139 points.
- The 2021 season was disappointing for him as he finished the championship in 13th position, scoring 99 points.
- He had seven top 3 positions in the championship.
- He had only 1 podium and the fastest lap in the whole championship.