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KTM: Lockdown for the bodies, but not the brains…

It might be an exaggeration to say that the recent lockdown will result in a surge of MotoGP innovation. But KTM Motorsport Director Pit Beirer is sure the time spent by his engineers at home was far from wasted. In other words, you can lockdown the bodies, but not the brains. 'You have engineers sitting at home, thinking, brainstorming and putting things together in their mind," Beirer told Crash.net. 'New parts grow in the head of very special engineers and if they have extra time to think, that's 100 per cent quality time to develop a motorcycle. "These ideas will not produce an immediate result at the end of the crisis, but for sure our new developments could be based on...
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