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All work no play for KTM

All work no play for KTM

Both Tony Cairoli and Pauls Jonass made reference to the amount of work during the winter with the new KTM and Mattighofen team chief Dirk Gruebel confirmed that the entire team had been working long hours to ensure a continuation of their run of success.

“It’s a new frame, a new engine, everything, the base for 2019 production,” he said. “The engine is new internally and the new frame meant that we had to find a new set-up. We started from the settings on last year’s bike and have already found good solutions. At least it looks that way.”

Sean Lawless was born and raised in a field at an undisclosed location in the UK. Weaned on a toxic mix of two-stroke and vodka Sean has ridden, watched and written about off-road for more than 30 years. The former editor of the leading UK motocross magazine, Dirt Bike Rider, now writes freelance for major voices within the industry, including the ACU and your beloved Trials and Motocross News.

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