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Video: this was the presentation of KTM and Tech3 of MotoGP 2022

KTM already has everything ready to raise the curtain on the 2022 season. The Austrian structure unveiled the first images of the RC16 2022 live during its presentation, the prelude to the official pre-season tests, scheduled for the first week of February in Sepang and from the 11th to the 13th of the same month that the Mandalika circuit will debut.

From 10:00 a.m. (Spanish time) fans were able to accompany the Austrian team at its debut, in a presentation that could be followed on the team's official channel and through the following link on our website.

This presentation, which was joined by its satellite structure, the Tech3 team, was attended by the pilots of the official team and those of Tech3, Remy Gardner and Raúl Fernández.

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Binder achieved his best result in MotoGP in 2021, finishing sixth in the standings, while Oliveira wants to open the door to a new season in which he leaves behind his fourteenth place overall. Both Gardner and Fernández will be rookies during 2022, a season in which they intend to give their best to make a good debut and become rookie of the year.

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