KTM withdraws from the 250cc category
Posted on December 23, 2009 by George Roberts for Luckyroom.com
KTM has decided to step away from the Grand Prix races 2010 and remove its factory team from the 125cc category. The Austrian power bike team last year stopped its involvement in the 250cc championship and continued only with the 125cc, but apparently now there is no incentive to continue in the small category either. The company will shift the burden of young riders to the RC8R, which aims to make the difference in the Superbikes category going against Ducati. KTM will remain associated with the Red Bull Rookies Cup team in an attempt to help young riders and consolidate its position in IDM and the European Superstock Championship.
Communication from KTM officials said. “The situation in motor racing in general is adapting to the political struggles but KTM will remain faithful to young riders. We continue to offer services despite the difficult times. At the same time we will continue to supply the greatest competitive motorcycles for each category but we will put in the weight on the Superbikes category, and obviously in the RC8R »
KTM has 22 wins, 46 podiums and 19 pole position in the 125cc and 250cc classes since 2005. Factory Team Red Bull KTM will remain in until the end of the season, with riders Marc Marquez and Cameron Beaudier, and Harald Bartol; in addition it will continue to offer its technical expertise in the factory.
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