The Italian national rider began his career at the Grand Prix since 2001. Four seasons in the 125cc class, Dovizoso managed to confer one time the world title in 2004 to the Honda team.
After winning the world title, the 1986-born driver moved to the 250cc class and is still in the shade of Honda. For three seasons in the 250cc class (Moto2), his best achievements were in the runner-up position in 2006 and 2007.
The 2008 season became its first debut in the MotoGP class. At that time, Andrea Dovizioso was racing with the JiR Honda Scot satellite team. The contract only lasted one year, in the following season the Italian rider was recruited by Honda Repsol team and became a factory racer.
Although not giving results in the form of a world title, but for three years with Honda manufacturer, Dovizoso is consistent in the top five standings. He was even able to rank third in the final standings in 2011.
Currently, the number 04 racer is defending the manufacturer from his native land, Ducati. During the four seasons since 2013, Andrea Dovizoso has been familiar with the red costumes and motorbikes that are typical of Ducati.
Although it has not provided significant results, but the Italian rider remains a Ducati racer until the 2018 season. There has been no victory given by Dovizoso except for one victory he just won in Sepang, Malaysia (10/30/2016).
The 2016 season will be the last season for him to race with fellow countryman Andrea Iannone. Starting in 2017, Dovizoso will play with Jorge Lorenzo in defending Ducati.
Andrea Dovizioso Biodata
Full name: Andrea Dovizioso
Place & date of birth: Italian Forli March 23, 1986
Height: 167 cm
Team: Ducati Team