MotoGP Tech Gets Tighter, In The April Issue

MotoGP Tech Gets Tighter, In The April Issue

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Featured In the April 2020 issue of Roadracing World:

     Honda and Ducati have dominated recent MotoGP seasons but this year their rivals seem to have made bigger technical advances. Suzuki and Yamaha, which both won races in 2019, have worked harder than ever to close the gap, while KTM and Aprilia have also taken big steps forward.

     This means more teams and riders threatening Marc Márquez and Honda’s control of the championship. Ducati’s two big hopes are Andrea Dovizioso and Jack Miller. Suzuki’s Alex Rins and Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo were on fire during pre-season testing. And Pol and Aleix Espargaró might shock rivals on the KTM and Aprilia. Lap times in testing were crazy close, suggesting another frantic season of racing …

—MotoGP Analysis by Mat Oxley: MotoGP Tech Gets Tighter

Every year the stakes get higher in MotoGP. And as the gaps get tighter, the factory teams have to work harder for the smallest gains. This season it looks like Honda and Ducati may have more trouble beating Suzuki, Yamaha, KTM, and Aprilia. Get the inside look at the latest tech and upgrades on the most advanced road racing motorcycles in the world—it’s all in the latest issue of Roadracing World!

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