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Developing bike with 2021 MotoGP rider line-up will be a 'challenge' - KTM

KTM admits developing its RC16 MotoGP bike in 2021 with a relatively inexperienced line-up will be a "challenge", as it prepares to "manage the situation". The Austrian marque will lose Pol Espargaro to Honda next year, with the Spaniard having been with KTM since its debut season in 2017 and spearheading its development. KTM's works team will be headed up by Miguel Oliveira - who will enter his third season in MotoGP - and Brad Binder, who will be in his second, while fellow rookie Iker Lecuona will continue at Tech3 alongside incoming Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci. Assuming 2021 will be a normal calendar season, both Binder and Lecuona will have to learn more circuits,...
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