KTM entered MotoGP, the top tier of motorcycle racing, in 2017 with the RC16 prototype. Now they're showing off what they've learned with the RC 8C, an unchained, track-only weapon limited to just 100 units. The heart of the RC 8C is the 128 horsepower 889cc parallel-twin LC8C from the 890 Duke R. A hand-built trellis frame carries a WP APEX Pro 7543 fork and WP APEX PRO 7746 shock. Brembo provides the stopping power, with forged Dymag wheels and Pirelli Diablo racing slicks keeping everything stuck to the tarmac. Extreme levels of crash protection are standard, and all controls are adjustable, allowing the rider to fine-tune everything to their own frame. Telemetry software is also included, allowing riders to analyze track data. The RC 8C will be in customers hands Fall 2021.