Brad Binder

Silverstone MotoGP, KTM’s Brad Binder: ‘I think we’ll have a much better end to the season’

Brad Binder is one rider who has impressed MotoGP watchers with his ability to get the most out of his wayward KTM in races. Offering himself lifts, while some are cursing, and his boss Pete Behrer, who can’t be beat anymore in this category today, the South African finished second at the start of the season and went on to finish in the top 8 on eight occasions, which is now earning him 93 points – synonymous with sixth place in the previous general classification. It’s already a lot with the RC16, but Brad Binder, before resuming hostilities at Silverstone with the rest of his colleagues, errs that the best may be yet to come…

And it would be better not in 2023, as the director of Aprilia Racing openly fears. Massimo Rivola who expects a fiery V4 from the Mattighofen workshops next year. Good for the second half of 2022. Brad Binder said on Speedweek: ” I’m waiting to make a move. I expect we will capable of fighting at the top in the second half of the year even highlights the 2016 Moto3 World Champion.

He adds that this expected improvement will find its source not only in the machine, but also in the person: ” In my career, I have always been very fast in the second half of the season. I don’t know if it’s the tracks “, he asks himself Bindingor if it just takes me a while to get there. I don’t know, but I think we’re going to have a much better end of the season “.

Brad Binder: if I find two and a half tenths on me and the bike is two and a half tenths faster that could make a big difference

I believe that I can continue to improve, I also believe that I still have a lot to learn in the MotoGP category. But what is especially special is that MotoGP is very intense “, – clarified the elder brother Deryn Binder. ” i think i can qualify yourself better when the motorcycle takes a step forward, works best with new tires and goes well with a full tank to get maximum performance he analyzes. ” It’s a combination of both: the bike and me. We have to get a little stronger, if we can do that we will be better “.

Team member a Miguel Oliveira which will be replaced by Jack Miller expires in 2023: ” so if I find myself two-and-a-half-tenths faster and the bike two-and-a-half-tenths faster, that can make a big difference. I have to understand what I can do or what I can improve to reach the next step. But however it is in MotoGP, it’s not as easy as you think » assures the pilot 26 year

Brad Binder

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