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Why KTM's exodus suggests a management flaw

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Why KTM's exodus suggests a management flaw
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Jun 22, 2020, 1:09 PM

With announcements imminent that Pol Espargaro and Jorge Martin have signed for Honda and Ducati respectively, the KTM exodus suggests a management flaw at the Austrian factory

A little over two weeks ago, Motorsport.com revealed that an agreement had been reached between the younger of the Espargaro brothers and HRC for 2021.

The news came just a day after Motorsport.com also revealed Ducati's move for Jorge Martin, who will step up to the premier class next season with the Borgo Panigale factory, within the satellite Pramac line-up, from the KTM-backed Ajo Moto2 squad.

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Series MotoGP
Teams Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Author Oriol Puigdemont