Leo Rammerstorfer, born on August 14, 2004 in Austria, has established himself as a promising talent in motorcycle racing in recent years. With an impressive racing history and a string of successes in various racing series, the young rider has attracted the attention of the motorsport community.

2021: IDM Supersport 300 and Austrian Talent Cup

In 2021, Leo Rammerstorfer competed in the IDM Supersport 300 and the Austrian Talent Cup. He achieved a respectable eighth place overall in the IDM Supersport 300, underlining his skills and potential in this highly competitive series. At the same time, he dominated the Austrian Talent Cup and secured overall victory. This success showed early on that Rammerstorfer is a versatile talent with a promising future.

2022: Progress in the IDM Supersport 300

Leo Rammerstorfer continued his success story in the IDM Supersport 300 in 2022. With second place in the overall standings, he once again demonstrated his consistent performance and his ambition to reach the very top. His ability to hold his own in a highly competitive environment cemented his reputation as an up-and-coming racer.

2023: Challenges in the FIM JuniorGP World Championship and Red Bull Rookies Cup

In 2023, Rammerstorfer took part in the FIM JuniorGP World Championship, where he finished 22nd overall. This season represented a new challenge for him, but it also allowed him to continue to grow and gain experience at international level. At the same time, he took part in the Red Bull Rookies Cup, where he finished 25th overall. This experience will undoubtedly help him to hone his skills and further his career.

Leo Rammerstorfer in action

Leo Rammerstorfer's future prospects

Leo Rammerstorfer has established himself as a promising talent in Austrian motorcycle racing. His impressive racing history in various series shows not only his versatility, but also his ability to continuously improve. Although the 2023 season was fraught with challenges, these moments of proving oneself are crucial to a rider's development.

Outlook for the 2024 season - FIM Junior GP World Championship

In 2024, Leo Rammerstorfer will once again compete in the FIM Junior GP World Championship. In addition to his compatriot Jakob Rosenthaler, he will welcome another talented rider to his team this season. Rico Salmela from Finland will strengthen the LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP Junior Team, which means that the team will compete with a total of three riders.

Racing history of Leo Rammerstorfer

Year Competition  
2021 IDM Supersport 300  Total 8.
2021 Austrian Talent Cup  Total 1.
2022 IDM Supersport 300 Total 2.
2023 FIM JuniorGP World Championship Total 22.
2023 Red Bull Rookies Cup Total 25.