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Can Ducati remain as MotoGP's Lord of the Red Bull Ring?
Ducati has gone unbeaten at the Red Bull Ring since the track returned to MotoGP in 2016, but last Sunday an unlikely challenger to its Austria dominance emerged. Showing strong in Styrian GP practice, Suzuki is poised to make good on its promise…
Since the Red Bull Ring returned to the MotoGP calendar in 2016, it has widely been accepted that Ducati is the Lord of the Ring, with its so-far unbeaten MotoGP run vindicating those claims.
Long straights and hard-braking are the areas where the Desmosedici excels, and the Red Bull Ring has those in abundance. The super-fast Honda in the hands of Marc Marquez has offered up a challenge to Ducati in recent years, but the red bikes have always come out on top.
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