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KTM MotoGP 2020 review: The breakthrough of a giant

If there was a prize for the most improved manufacturer in MotoGP this year, KTM would most certainly carry the trophy back to Austria in its hand luggage. The marque-best known for its exploits in motocross and cross-country rally competition before making its grand prix motorcycling debut in the 125cc class in 2003-has established itself as a steady improver since making its full-time premier class bow in ’17. A blip in its progress after losing relative ground to the front running organisations in its sophomore campaign-despite scoring a maiden rostrum with Pol Espargaro in a crazy season finale at Valencia-was swiftly reversed for ’19, Espargaro in particular becoming a regular top...
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