A major milestone in KTM’s racing history has been reached. KTM can now class themselves as MotoGP race winners thanks to Brad Binder’s incredible victory in Brno, Czech Republic. Binder has smashed expectations and stamped himself firmly in the history books – this achievement is the Austrian manufacturer’s first win in the premier class, South Africa’s first MotoGP victory, and Binder took the top step of the podium in only his third race aboard the KTM RC16. Incredible, isn’t it?
Defying the odds Manuel Lettenbichler raced his way to victory in the 2019 WESS Enduro World Championship as a KTM-supported privateer. A monumental season of firsts, Mani recalls his highlights of the season past as he prepares for the 2020 championship to finally start as part of the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team…
From unassuming privateer to one of the world’s best enduro riders, Jonny Walker has experienced a lot during the last decade. Nowhere have those experiences been more rewarding, and in some cases agonising, than at the Red Bull Erzbergrodeo.
What about the bikes, the re-organization, a skeleton crew for closed-doors GPs, the lack of testing, the future? KTM’s MotoGP™️ Technical Co-ordinator Sebastian Risse tackles some of the big current question marks over the sport.
GNCC Racing legend Kailub Russell is determined to earn an eighth straight title in 2020 but is equally set on moving forward with plans for the future, when this season is over. What is next for the woods racing champion, what’s the secret to winning and which of his many winning KTMs is his favorite?