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Never change a winning formula. Red Bull KTM 2021 is virtually indistinguishable from Red Bull KTM 2020


Funnily enough, the Tech3 satellite colors look more like they should be the factory livery


Biggest change? Brad Binder’s number is yellow, rather than white. And Miguel Oliveira doubles Pol Espargaro’s 44 to 88


Advantage of signing a rider from your junior satellite team? You can do the factory photoshoot at the end of the previous season


Miguel Oliveira looks ahead to 2021


*insert vrooming noises*


Brad Binder shows Miguel Oliveira where the factory “Go Faster” button is located. Oliveira is not sure he needs it, after winning two races


That new number for Binder


Electronic throttle, Brembo brakes


KTM are the only manufacturer to use WP suspension in the premier class. So far…


Carbon swingarm was a big deal for KTM when it was introduced in 2019. Made tuning stiffness much easier


Ubiquitous Akrapovic on the RC16


KTM’s mustache wings


The part of the bike you want your rivals to see as frequently as possible


No funky thumb/scooter brake caliper here. One hydraulic line means foot operated rear brake


The steel frame remains


The office: kill switch and neutral lever on the right, engine brake/mapping/TC switches on the left


Launch photos artfully designed to display sponsor logos rather than bike parts. Pankl build engine internals for KTM


Clutch, brake adjuster, but not rear brake lever


Serrations on the fairing edge to reduce drag from the edges


Tech3’s new boy, Danilo Petrucci, back in a factory-supported satellite squad


Snake by Akrapovic


Back for another shot. Iker Lecuona had his ups and downs in 2020. Hoping for ups in 2021


The hot seat


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