QUALIFYING 14th Rd. MotoGP 2017 – MotorLand Aragon (ESP)
Fog cleared for fantastic conditions today at the Aragon circuit in Spain, bringing with it a day of positives for KTM as Mika Kallio headed the charge of three Red Bull KTM RC16 motorcycles, brilliantly advancing to Q2 and then being in a top seven position in qualifying itself before an unlucky off put him twelfth on the grid. Miguel Oliviera doesn't have a home Grand Prix in Portugal but the Aragon race is close...and it proved to his advantage as he took another pole position in Moto2 for the second time this year. In Moto3, the highest KTM was Niccolo Bulega in fourth, but the ride of the day went to Spanish Championship leader Dennis Foggia who is riding in only his second Grand Prix and yet brilliantly qualified fifth. Aragon is one of the few anti-clockwise tracks on the calendar and is expected to see a huge crowd trackside tours for all four races as the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup has its last race of the season following today's race in which Kazuki Masaki won the 2017 title.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing clinched the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship and completed the sweep of the 2017 MXGP series with Pauls Jonass taking his KTM 250 SX-F to fifth position overall at the Grand Prix of Pays de Montbeliard last weekend.
19th & Final Rd. MXGP 2017 – Villars sous Ecot (FRA)

Holder of the red plate since round five, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Pauls Jonass finally changed the background shade to gold at the nineteenth and last race of the 2017 Motocross World Championship. The Grand Prix Pays de Montbeliard in eastern France was won by Jeffrey Herlings in MXGP and Thomas Covington in MX2 but the twenty year old Latvian made history with his KTM 250 SX-F by classifying fifth through the mud, showers and slippery conditions at Villars sous Ecot.

Best of the best KTM RC 390 riders will battle at World Superbikes finale in Spain
KTM is proud to present the brand new FREERIDE 250 F model year 2018, which features an array of improvements over all previous models, and will arrive in KTM dealers now.
For the sixth time with two different motorcycles Tony Cairoli and KTM now rule the premier class of the FIM Motocross World Championship. The 2017 MXGP story was closed on Sunday with the Italian taking the KTM 450 SX-F to a first title in Grand Prix with second position in the first moto at the Assen circuit. It was another slice of history for #222 who now has nine crowns to his name and delivered the first No.1 plate to the factory in the MXGP (formerly MX1) series back in 2010.
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Extreme positive qualifyings for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing teams at AragonGP
      
Fog cleared for fantastic conditions today at the Aragon circuit in Spain, bringing with it a day of positives for KTM as Mika Kallio headed the charge of three Red Bull KTM RC16 motorcycles, brilliantly advancing to Q2 and then being in a top seven position in qualifying itself before an unlucky off put him twelfth on the grid. Miguel Oliviera doesn't have a home Grand Prix in Portugal but the Aragon race is close...and it proved to his advantage as he took another pole position in Moto2 for the second time this year. In Moto3, the highest KTM was Niccolo Bulega in fourth, but the ride of the day went to Spanish Championship leader Dennis Foggia who is riding in only his second Grand Prix and yet brilliantly qualified fifth. Aragon is one of the few anti-clockwise tracks on the calendar and is expected to see a huge crowd trackside tours for all four races as the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup has its last race of the season following today's race in which Kazuki Masaki won the 2017 title.

Jonass makes history with 2017 FIM MX2 World Championship
      
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing clinched the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship and completed the sweep of the 2017 MXGP series with Pauls Jonass taking his KTM 250 SX-F to fifth position overall at the Grand Prix of Pays de Montbeliard last weekend.

Jonass makes MX2 FIM world championship history at muddy final Grand Prix of 2017
      

Holder of the red plate since round five, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Pauls Jonass finally changed the background shade to gold at the nineteenth and last race of the 2017 Motocross World Championship. The Grand Prix Pays de Montbeliard in eastern France was won by Jeffrey Herlings in MXGP and Thomas Covington in MX2 but the twenty year old Latvian made history with his KTM 250 SX-F by classifying fifth through the mud, showers and slippery conditions at Villars sous Ecot.