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PICTURE: KTM unveils MotoGP livery

KTM shows MotoGP livery at official launch in Austria.
KTM unveiled its MotoGP race livery during an official launch on Saturday at the Red Bull Ring.

The Austrian manufacturer is joining the premier-class next season, but will make its debut as a wild-card in November's Valencia season finale.

Test rider Mika Kallio will compete in that event, and also take part in demo laps on the RC16 at this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.

Bradley Smith and Pol Espargaro will then take over race duties for 2017.




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