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Ducati bikes and teams for 2021

Although MotoGP is freezing some development until the start of 2022, it will still be possible for Independent teams currently using older material to be upgraded to the latest engine and aerodynamics next season. That's because the cost-saving regulations, issued in response to the coronavirus pandemic, state: 'For the first event of 2021 riders will be allowed to choose between any engine or aero-body specification that the manufacturer homologated in 2020'. And it's not just the engine and aerodynamics. Since changes can be made as normal in other areas of the bike - so factory teams will still be first to get new parts outside of the engine and aero - there is nothing in the...
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