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Álvaro Bautista Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Álvaro Bautista Quick Info
Height 5 ft 7 in
Weight 65 kg
Date of Birth November 21, 1984
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Spouse Grace Barroso

Álvaro Bautista is a Spanish professional motorcycle racer who had competed in the 125cc (2002-2006), 250cc (2007-2009), and the MotoGP (2010-2018) competition tiers of the Grand Prix World Championship. He had become the world champion in the 125cc Grand Prix motorcycle racing season in 2006. In the 250cc tier, he had finished 2nd overall in the 2008 season. His best performance in the MotoGP tier was a 5th place finish in 2012. After leaving MotoGP in 2018, he began participating in the Superbike World Championship and had finished 2nd overall in his debut season (2019).

Born Name

Álvaro Bautista Arce

Nick Name

Bati

Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2019
Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2019 (Álvaro Bautista / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Scorpio

Born Place

Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Castile–La Mancha, Spain

Residence

Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Castile–La Mancha, Spain

Nationality

Spanish

 

Occupation

Professional Motorcycle Racer

Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in December 2020
Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in December 2020 (Álvaro Bautista / Instagram)

Family

  • Father – Javier Bautista
  • Mother – Susana Arce

Bike Number

19 – Superbike World Championship

Teams Represented

  • Atlético de Madrid (2002) (125cc)
  • Seedorf Racing (2003-2004) (125cc)
  • Seedorf – Tiempo Holidays (2005) (125cc)
  • Master – MVA Aspar (2006) (125cc)
  • Master – Mapfre Aspar (2007) (250cc)
  • Mapfre Aspar Team (2008-2009) (250cc)
  • Rizla Suzuki MotoGP (2010-2011) (MotoGP)
  • San Carlo Honda Gresini (2012) (MotoGP)
  • GO&FUN Honda Gresini (2013-2014) (MotoGP)
  • Aprilia Racing Team Gresini (2015-2016) (MotoGP)
  • Pull&Bear Aspar Team (2017) (MotoGP)
  • Ángel Nieto Team (2018) (MotoGP)
  • Ducati Team (2018) (MotoGP)
  • Aruba.it Racing – Ducati (2019) (Superbike World Championship)
  • Team HRC (2020) (Superbike World Championship)

Build

Athletic

Height

5 ft 7 in or 170 cm

Weight

65 kg or 143.5 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Álvaro has dated –

  1. Grace Barroso (2017-Present) – Álvaro had married Venezuelan model Grace Barroso in 2017. They have 2 daughters together.

Álvaro Bautista and Grace Barroso, as seen in September 2019
Álvaro Bautista and Grace Barroso, as seen in September 2019 (Álvaro Bautista / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

Hispanic

He is of Spanish descent.

Hair Color

Light Brown

He often tends to dye his hair blonde, blue, or green.

Eye Color

Blue

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Ever-changing hairstyle
  • Often sports a light stubble
  • Has multiple tattoos on his back, neck, upper torso, sides, and both hands

Brand Endorsements

Álvaro has been sponsored by –

  • Rich Energy
  • Motostorm Italy
  • D. Franklin Creations

Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2020
Álvaro Bautista as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2020 (Álvaro Bautista / Instagram)

Álvaro Bautista Facts

  1. He had started riding a motorcycle at the age of just 3 years. Impressed by his talent, his father, a motorcycle repair shop owner, had built him a bike from scratch. 5 years later, he had participated in his first competitive race.
  2. In just his 2nd season in the Madrid Minimoto Championship, he had finished as a runner-up. Thereafter, he had won the tournament for 3 years in a row.
  3. In 2001, he had entered the 125cc Spanish Championship, However, the team that he had joined had folded halfway through the season due to financial reasons. He was then signed up for the remainder of the season by the iconic Atlético Madrid team.
  4. The following year, he was in contention for the 125cc Spanish Championship title until the last race of the season in Valencia. He had set pole position in the race but had to be content with a 5th-place finish with the race after a crash, ending up as the overall season runner-up.
  5. In 2003, he had won the tournament with 2 races to go. His season was so dominant that he had finished each race on the podium and had recorded 5 consecutive pole-to-victory finishes.
  6. When he had become the world champion in the 125cc Grand Prix motorcycle racing season in 2006, he had won 8 of the 16 races and had finished on the podium in 14 of those races.

Featured Image by Álvaro Bautista / Instagram

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