KTM: “The Japanese manufacturers have rested on their laurels”

KTM: “The Japanese manufacturers have rested on their laurels”
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KTM Team Manager Francesco Guidotti says it takes time to catch the likes of Ducati given their greater MotoGP experience.

In recent MotoGP races, Brad Binder has emerged as one of Ducati’s strongest rivals and is expected to challenge Francesco Bagnaia, Marco Bezzecchi, and Jorge Martin for race wins. While Jack Miller has also shown strength, he has not been as consistent as Binder. KTM has established itself as a leading force in MotoGP and is here to stay, according to Guidotti, who has experience with both Ducati and KTM. Guidotti believes that Ducati’s 15 years of experience in MotoGP gives them an advantage that KTM is still working to catch up to. The struggles of Yamaha and Honda in MotoGP can be attributed to various factors, including fierce competition from European manufacturers who have made significant progress. Honda, despite its resources and knowledge, may be lacking clear direction, which has hindered their performance.

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Source: Crash.net

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