Miguel Oliveira is a Portuguese professional road racer currently competing in Grand Prix motorcycle racing. He is an aggressive rider who sometimes pushes the bike hard and uses hard brakes in corners.
Miguel is one of the most impressive racers in MotoGP. He was the runner-up of the 2015 Moto3 World Championship. He finished the 2017 Moto2 World Championship in 3rd position and finished the 2018 Moto2 World Championship as a runner-up.
Similarly, he moved to MotoGP class for the first time in 2019, joining team Red Bull KTM Tech3, riding a KTM. He finished the 2021 MotoGP World Championship in 14th position.
Miguel Oliveira: Quick Facts
|Full Name||Miguel Oliveira|
|Date of Birth||4 January 1995|
|Birth Place||Almada, Portugal|
|Father’s Name||Paulo Oliveira|
|Mother’s Name||Under Review|
|Step Mother’s Name||Cristina Oliveira|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches (170cm)|
|Body Measurements||Under Review|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||Under Review|
|Active Years||MotoGP (2019-present)
|Bike Name||KTM RC16|
|Helmet||SHARK RACE-R PRO GP|
|Current Team/Manufacturers||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing|
|Net Worth||$19 million|
|Social Media Presence||Facebook, Twitter, Instagram|
|Source of Wealth:||Racing, advertisements, and sponsorships|
|Last Updated||January 2022|
Miguel Oliveira was born on the 4th day of January 1995 in Almada, which is a city in Portugal. His father, Paulo Oliveira, was a former motorcycle racer himself. Miguel’s father gifted him his first quad-bike at the age of four. His father motivated him to become a road racer.
His biological mother’s information is under review at the moment and will be updated as soon as possible. He has a stepmother named Cristina Oliveira. Miguel Oliveira has a step-sister. He is also married to his step-sister Andreia Pimenta.
There isn’t much information regarding his schooling available on the internet right now. The information, however, will be updated as soon as feasible. We believe he is well-educated.
Miguel Oliveira Age, Height, Weight, Body Measurements
Racer Miguel Oliveira was born on the 4th day of January 1995 in Almada, Portugal. Miguel is 26 years old at the moment. His sun sign is Capricorn. Oliveira has a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 62 kg. His is of the Christian religion.
His eyes and hair are dark browns. His shoe size and body dimensions are currently being reviewed and will be updated as soon as feasible.
Who is Miguel Oliveira wife?
Miguel Oliveira is married to his step-sister Andreia Pimenta. They were together for 11 years and always kept their relationship a secret. However, in an interview with Portuguese TV, he opened about their relationship.
Some reports suggested that they got married in July 2021. Andreia Pimenta was pregnant before she got married, and the couple is expecting their child soon.
Miguel Oliveira Helmet
Miguel Oliveira will use the SHARK RACE-R PRO GP helmet in 2021. His helmet is primarily blue, with different artworks done in the helmet. His bike number can be seen on the back of the helmet and the sponsor’s logo all over the helmet.
Miguel Oliveira Bike
Miguel Oliveira currently uses the KTM RC16. It is a four-stroke V4 engine racing motorcycle developed explicitly by KTM to race in the current MotoGP series.
|Transmission||6-speed seamless-shift final chain-drive|
|Fuel capacity||22 liters|
Miguel Oliveira Bike Manufacturer / Team
Miguel Oliveira joined Red Bull KTM Factory Racing in the 2021 season. During the beginning of his career in the 125cc World Championship, he was with Andalucia Banca Civica. In 2012, he moved to Moto3 World Championship, joining Estrella Galicia 0,0. And in the next couple of years in the Moto3 World Championship, he was with Mahindra Racing and Red Bull KTM Ajo.
In 2016, he moved to Moto2 World Championship. During his time in Moto2 World Championship, he was with Leopard Racing and Red Bull KTM Ajo. In 2019 he moved up to the MotoGP class. He was with Red Bull KTM Tech3 for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
And in 2021, he joined Red Bull KTM Factory Racing.
Miguel Oliveira Salary and Net Worth
MotoGP racer Miguel Oliveira is currently with the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing.
Miguel Oliveira’s Salary:
In weeks: $7,692.307
In a Year: $400,000
Miguel Oliveira‘s net worth is $19 million as of 2021. His overall salary and net worth are racing, sponsorships, and endorsements. More information about his salaries and business will be updated soon.
Miguel Oliveira Social Media
- Oliveira started riding bikes at the age of four.
- At the age of nine, he participated in the Portuguese MiniGP Championship in 2004. He won the Young Promise of the Year award that year.
- In 2005, he won the Portuguese MiniGP Championship and Metrakit World Festival in Spain.
- Likewise, in 2006, he won the RACE Madrid and the Portuguese MiniGP Championship.
- In 2007, he won Troféu Open Racc Pre-125.
- SImilarly, in 2011, he joined the 125cc Championship with the Andalucia Banca Civica team. He finished the season in 14th position.
Moto3 World Championship
- In 2012, Oliveira moved up to the Moto3 class, joining team Estrella Galicia 0,0.
- In the first season in the class, he finished in 8th position with two podiums and 114 points.
- Next season in 2013, he joined team Mahindra Racing.
- Seasons with Mahindra Racing had the same results as the previous team.
- He finished in 6th and 10th position in 2013 and 2014, respectively, with Mahindra Racing.
- Next season in 2015, he joined Red Bull KTM Ajo team.
- He had his first win in Italy. The second and third wins came in Netherlands and Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix.
- He won the last three races consecutively. The races were in Australia, Malaysia, and Valencia.
- He finished the season in 2nd position.
Moto2 World Championship
- In the 2016 season, Oliveira joined Leopard Racing riding a Kalex.
- The first season in Moto2 World Championship was a little disappointing for him. He had 14 races and finished the season in 21st position.
- The following two seasons in Moto2 were one of the best seasons.
- In the 2017 season, he had three wins, with the first win in Australia and the next two at Malaysia and Valencia.
- He finished the season in 3rd position with nine podiums, two pole positions, three fastest laps, and 241 points.
- He had three wins in the 2018 season too.
- The first win came in Italy and the next two at the Czech Republic and Valencia.
- He finished the season as a runner-up, scoring 297 points with 12 podiums and the fastest lap.
MotoGP World Championship
- In 2019, he moved up to the MotoGP class, joining Red Bull KTM Tech3.
- He had a disappointing season as he finished the season in 17th position.
- The following season in 2020 had a lot of improvement as he finished the season in 9th
- He had two wins in the season. The first win came at Styrian motorcycle Grand Prix and the second came at Portugal.
- He finished the season with 125 points, two wins, two podiums, a pole position, and the fastest lap.
- The 2021 season wasn’t that special as he finished the season in 14th position.
- Oliveira had 18 races, won only a race in the season, which was at the Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix.
- Similarly, he finished the season with three podiums and the fastest lap.
- He scored a total of 94 points in the season.