KTM sporting boss Pit Beirer has rejected the possibility of Marc Marquez joining his MotoGP team in the 2024 season. Marc Marquez found himself in an unenviable position with Honda, and his problems and an uncompetitive motorcycle gave rise to rumors about the end of cooperation with the Japanese manufacturer and a transfer to KTM, which Red Bull and, according to some speculations, Repsol as well. But according to Beirer, this will not happen next season. "At the moment we have valid contracts with four very strong racers. It's nice that there is talk about the possibility of Marc Marquez coming, for us it's a compliment. But Marc is out of the question for us, because as long as he wins, the racer has the credit, when he doesn't, it's the motorcycle's fault. We'll stick with our young racers," he added. Beirer also rejected the possibility of Dr
In the MotoGP paddock, rumors of Marc Marquez's move to KTM are getting louder, and the talented Pedro Acosta has now also entered the equation. At KTM, they are so far satisfied with the current line-up of Jack Miller and Brad Binder in the factory team, and they were not disappointed even by newcomer Augusto Fernandez, who races for their semi-factory team GasGas or Tech3. More questionable is the situation with Fernandez's teammate, Pol Espargaro, who still hasn't recovered from the injuries he suffered in a serious accident during MotoGP practice for the Portuguese Grand Prix. The Spaniard claims that he is determined to return, and the team is, for now, ready to wait for his return, but in the event that it becomes necessary, Acosta could take his place, for whom KTM's MotoGP nest does not have will ask
Klemen Gerčar, a 24-year-old motocross rider from Lukovica and a good acquaintance of the world motocross scene, has made a big step forward for the 2015 season. He will enter the new season with many novelties, including his new team 62 Motosport, he started working with motocross legend Harry Everts, a four-time world champion, and above all he will be riding a new husqvarna motorcycle this year. Thus, Klemen founded his own team called 62 Motosport, with which he will compete this year in the MXGP class, which is the pinnacle of motocross racing, as well as in races in Germany, of course in Slovenia and some other races. “We have amassed a total of 28 races so far this season. I will miss the races in the MXGP, which are scheduled outside Europe, because they represent a huge financial burden, "he said.
Klemen Gerčar, last year's world champion of the MX3 series, has created his motocross team 62 MotorSport, which will compete in all European competitions of the World Motocross Championship, as well as in the ADAC Championship, which takes place on Slovenian and German tracks. Klemen will perform under the watchful eye of one of the best coaches of the sport, Harry Everts. Despite numerous offers, Gerčar joined forces with Husqvarna, which supported him in creating his own team, which is also the first Slovenian team in history to compete in the FIM World Championship and the MXGP series. According to Gerčar, his own team should bring at least three advantages. One is to save a lot of time when there is no need to coordinate plans with another team, and at the same time you have instant access to the workshop, engines and spare parts. The weakness is the strain