Stage 4 - 3rd Rd. Rally 2017 – Atacama Rally (CHL)
Austrian Matthias Walkner has taken his KTM 450 RALLY to third place on stage four of the Atacama Rally, the longest of the event. The Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Racing rider rode superbly, chasing down the leaders to claim third in the stage. Team-mate Sam Sunderland also put in a excellent performance to finish just over one-minute behind Walkner in fifth place for the day. Laia Sanz rode another good stage and brought her KTM home in ninth.
Stage 3 - 3rd Rd. Rally 2017 – Atacama Rally (CHL)
Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Racing team riders pushed hard today on a very rough stage three of the 2017 Atacama Rally. Sam Sunderland brought his KTM 450 RALLY home in third place, closely followed by Matthias Walker who improved his pace today to post the fifth quickest special stage time. Laia Sanz also had a better day finishing 11th, only seconds from the top ten.
Stage 2 - 3rd Rd. Rally 2017 – Atacama Rally (CHL)
Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Racing’s Sam Sunderland has fought hard on a shortened stage two of the Atacama Rally to finish as runner up, just 17 seconds behind the winner. KTM team-mate Matthias Walker placed seventh, just over two minutes behind his team-mate. KTM Rally Factory Racing rider Laia Sanz had a tough day, stopping to help an injured rider, and placed 14th.
Stage 1 - 3rd Rd. Rally 2017 – Atacama Rally (CHL)
Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Racing’s Sam Sunderland rode to a strong sixth place today on stage one of the Atacama Rally – round three of the FIM Cross Country Rallies World Championship. Team-mate Matthias Walkner finished two places behind in eighth, with KTM Rally Factory Racing’s Laia Sanz coming home in 12th.
7th Rd. EMX125 2017 – Frauenfeld (SUI)

The penultimate round of the EMX125 European Championship saw the KINI KTM Junior Racing Team tackling the slick and bumpy hard-pack of Frauenfeld for the Grand Prix of Switzerland and Rene Hofer finished fifth overall and just one point from his first podium trophy in 2017 with his KTM 125 SX.

15th Rd. MXGP 2017 – Frauenfeld (SUI)

After the sapping sand of Lommel, MXGP moved to the bumpy and rutty hard-pack of Frauenfeld-Gachnang for the Grand Prix of Switzerland and the second of three rounds of the long MXGP calendar on successive weekends. In front of a 30,000 crowd Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings captured his second win in a row and third of the season with the KTM 450 SX-F while Tony Cairoli secured third place. Pauls Jonass filled the same rank in MX2 guiding the KTM 250 SX-F.

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Red Bull KTM Factory Racing and Kallio top 10 in Austria as MotoGP project speeds ahead
      
In front of just over 90,400 people the Austrian Grand Prix weekend again wowed the crowds at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg today as they witnessed another great result for the Red Bull KTM MotoGP Factory Racing team as Mika Kallio stamped his authority on another top ten finish for the KTM RC16 MotoGP bike in only its first season. Miguel Oliveira in Moto2 was scything through the field with record lap after record lap to be within touching distance of yet another podium only to fall five laps from home. KTM started from pole position in Moto3 and came home with a second position as German Philipp Oettl headed a huge group over the line. The Spielberg weekend once more did not disappoint for the fans as over the Home Grand Prix weekend 201,589 people came to see their heroes, the second highest number of fans attending a race so far in 2017.

Hofer satisfied with top five at Swiss Grand Prix
      

The penultimate round of the EMX125 European Championship saw the KINI KTM Junior Racing Team tackling the slick and bumpy hard-pack of Frauenfeld for the Grand Prix of Switzerland and Rene Hofer finished fifth overall and just one point from his first podium trophy in 2017 with his KTM 125 SX.


Second MXGP win in a row for Herlings with Swiss success
      

After the sapping sand of Lommel, MXGP moved to the bumpy and rutty hard-pack of Frauenfeld-Gachnang for the Grand Prix of Switzerland and the second of three rounds of the long MXGP calendar on successive weekends. In front of a 30,000 crowd Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jeffrey Herlings captured his second win in a row and third of the season with the KTM 450 SX-F while Tony Cairoli secured third place. Pauls Jonass filled the same rank in MX2 guiding the KTM 250 SX-F.