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KTM: No 'radical' new engine for 2021 MotoGP season

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank As the final stage in its transition to a non-Concession MotoGP manufacturer, KTM is allowed to change engine design ahead of the new season. That has always been the case for a manufacturer leaving Concession status, not least because each engine must now last longer, but when combined with the special 'Covid' technical freeze it puts the Austrian factory in a unique situation compared to Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda and Ducati. The four established non-Concession factories are unable to change their engine designs from...
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