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Tag: Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup

2019 KTM FAN PACKAGES: The ultimate orange MotoGP™ experience

The Sound. The Smell. The Show. Nothing compares to a more memorable atmosphere at the peak of two-wheel motorsports on asphalt than experiencing the MotoGP™ together with KTM.



Master of the road: Talking KTM in MotoGP™

Numbering well over 120 people and fabricating up to 70 race bikes to tackle classes from the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup to the peak of MotoGP, the road racing division of KTM’s motorsport department has expanded and developed at a rate of speed akin to the motorcycles themselves. Pit Beirer is at the helm of any operation involving an orange two-wheeler going for a chequered flag but responsibility for MotoGP in particular falls to Jens Hainbach.



The mind of a champion? Talking head-games with Johann Zarco

At 28 years of age Red Bull KTM’s new factory MotoGP rider Johann Zarco is already a double world champion, holder of podium finishes in all classes of Grand Prix, a winner in two categories and the most successful Frenchman in the history of the sport.



Building the next era: Ajo talks Moto2 steps

MotoGP faces a significant change for 2019 when the Moto2 class gets a brand-new engine supplier. The technical swap around means some busy times for Aki Ajo and an important part of his ‘development’ program for KTM’s racing structure. We asked him about it …



Can and Deniz Öncü: The winning twins

Having the same last name on the screen of their respective KTM RC 250 Rs is the only giveaway of this duo being twins. Brothers Can and Deniz look nothing alike, making it obvious they are not identical twins – they’re fraternal twins.



Red Bull, KTM & MotoGP™: All in the ‘house’

We visit Red Bull’s vast Holzhaus in the MotoGP paddock and find out about the company’s aims and desires inside MotoGP …



The time has come to go again: MotoGP™ 2018

Engines will scream into the dusk and desert landscape in Qatar this weekend as the nineteen-round 2018 MotoGP™ season begins at Losail. Red Bull KTM will not be making up the numbers …



Moto2 is coming: The completion of the KTM ‘scale’ to the top of MotoGP™

Orange everywhere. The Red Bull machines were impossible to miss in Moto2 for what was another ‘debut’ term for the factory in Grand Prix. The riders spoke about the journey.



#inthisyear2017: A look back at the first KTM MotoGP™ season

Impressive, magnificent, and a whole host of other superlatives – that’s the kind of thing you’d have heard when talk turned to the Red Bull KTM MotoGP Factory Racing Team following the MotoGPTM 2017 season finale. In its very first season, KTM has become a heavyweight on the Grand Prix-circuit. There were, of course, some setbacks along the way, but the final standings after all that hard work show a team heading in the right direction – and straight for the top.



Interview of the Month #3: Sebastian Risse – Speed Leader

Sebastian Risse is in charge of KTM’s MotoGP project from a technical point of view. When the RC16 lines up on the premier class grid to take on the world’s fastest prototype motorcycles, ultimately he made the big decisions that shaped the creation of this bike. No pressure then …