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KTM pen deal to remain in MotoGP for further five years

KTM has confirmed that it will remain a part of MotoGP until at least 2026 after signing a fresh five year contract with organisers Dorna. The Austrian manufacturer stepped up to the premier class on a full-time basis for the ’17 campaign after contesting the ’16 season finale at Valencia with test rider Mika Kallio, having already achieved considerable success in the Moto3 world championship since entering the series at the start of the millennium. KTM has improved considerably over its four seasons running the RC16 model, Pol Espargaro scoring the brands first rostrum in the ’18 season finale at Valencia before South African rookie Brad Binder scored its first ever victory at Brno...
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