KTM has unveiled the new MotoGP 2022 lineup.
The Austrian manufacturer will field four bikes on the grid and in its sixth year in the premier class is called upon to make a quantum leap.
The KTM Factory Racing team therefore expects more continuity from its two riders than in past years, Miguel Oliveira will begin his fourth season in MotoGP and at 27 years old must show that he has reached complete maturity. Similar discourse also Brad Binder, the second factory rider, the South African class of '95 arrived among the big boys a year after his teammate and after the two victories in as many seasons is looking for that continuity of performance that until now he has always lacked.
There is also a lot of curiosity within the Tech3 team, KTM's satellite team will in fact be composed of Remy Gardner and Raul Fernandez, two absolute rookies in the top category of the world motorcycle racing championship.
The two are respectively champion and vice-world champion in Moto2 and know each other very well. They were also teammates last year in the very KTM team, so the Austrian manufacturer did not think twice about bringing their talents to a higher class.
Around Munderfing the intentions are clear, the watchword is "Surprise" and the premises are all there, now it's up to prove it on the track.