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MotoGP News: KTM certain MotoGP engine freeze won't hurt progress

KTM insists the MotoGP engine freeze introduced to control costs in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic will not affect its progress. The Austrian marque became the first to resume testing this week since the COVID-19 crisis placed the 2020 campaign on hold, as it undertook two days of running at the Red Bull Ring with Pol Espargaro and Dani Pedrosa last week. Amid the disruption, MotoGP teams agreed to freeze engine and aerodynamic development until 2021, although concession manufacturers KTM and Aprilia were granted an exemption to be able to work on their engines for longer before the season is planned to begin in July. In three seasons of riding for KTM, Espargaro has risen...
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