The last season was triumphant for RAM and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, and the two automotive powerhouses have announced the renewal of their partnership for the 2023 season. RAM, an American brand known for building tough and reliable trucks, will continue as the official team sponsor for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing in three different competitions: the FIM Motocross World Championship, the FIM Enduro World Championship, and the FIM of Hard Enduro.
The renewed partnership will appear in the GP Motocross at the Villa La Angostura track in Argentina, in the spectacular scenery of Patagonia, on the weekend of 11 and 12 March. Four RAM 1500s, including two RAM 1500 TRX models, a RAM 1500 Rebel, and a RAM Laramie, will be available to the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing teams for travel during the seasonal races. RAM trucks will also be on display at select events throughout the season.
RAM's logo will be prominently displayed on the bikes and riders' suits in the abovementioned categories and on all KTM social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. RAM's commitment to excellence in building trucks that help customers with the toughest jobs and can take people anywhere has made it the perfect partner for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, a fierce competitor on tracks around the world.
RAM continues to outpace the competition by setting benchmarks for several important characteristics, such as towing capacity, payload, and interior space. After the successes collected in 2021, 2022 confirmed the appreciation of customers and critics for RAM, which won 20 awards during the year. Among these, the 2022 Best Truck Brand award stands out, received for the third consecutive year by US News and World. RAM's individual models also won several awards, including the Top Safety Pick award and the 2022 Full-size Pickup of the Year award for the RAM 1500.
The RAM 1500 line includes the "Know & Go" mobile application, which offers an engaging experience for customers who want to learn more about their vehicles. RAM's commitment to innovation and customer experience has made it the perfect partner for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, a brand that has built a reputation as a fierce competitor on tracks worldwide.
KTM, Europe's largest manufacturer of high-performance street and off-road sportbikes based in Mattighofen, Austria, has a sports division that has built a reputation as a fierce competitor on tracks around the world. KTM competes in major motorsport competitions, including the FIM Motocross World Championship and the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship, among the most prestigious in terms of off-road racing.
The incorporation of race-proven technologies into KTM products allows riders to experience first-hand the exhilarating performance that defines the brand. KTM has also developed a range of products, services, accessories, clothing, and protective items that complement the KTM riding experience.
The 2023 season sees the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Motocross team present itself with a different face. KTM has decided to focus heavily on young riders, enhancing the talent of Andrea Adamo, Sacha Coenen, and Liam Everts, who all compete astride a KTM 250 SX-F. The point of reference in the team remains Jeffrey Herlings, in his seventh year in the category, astride the 450 SX-F. The Enduro range was confirmed with Josep Garcia on KTM 250 EXC-F and Manuel Lettenbichler riding the KTM 300 EXC TPI.
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