1.12.2020 02:29 pm
“I’ve learned this year that it’s not always the fastest guy on the day who wins… it’s not that simple.”
It's not going to happen overnight, but his performances in his debut top-flight season have given Brad Binder enough reason to believe he has what it takes to win the MotoGP world title.
This is the first MotoGP title won by a Suzuki rider since 2000.
Spaniard holds off compatriot Alex Marquez to win the Aragon MotoGP as Joan Mir finished third to take the championship lead from Fabio Quartararo.
While South African rider Brad Binder finished 11th in the Catalonia MotoGP race, his younger brother Darryn stole the show on a solid day for the Binder family, taking his first win in the Moto3 division.
Miguel Oliveira overtook Pol Espargaro and Jack Miller on the last corner of the Styrian Grand Prix on Sunday to claim a first MotoGP for Portugal and the Tech-3 team.
Pol Espargaro rode his KTM to pole position for Sunday’s Styrian MotoGP after topping the timesheets in qualifying on Saturday.
KTM rider Pol Espargaro set the quickest time in Friday’s opening Styrian MotoGP free practice sessions as Ducati continued their strong form after last weekend’s victory at the same Spielberg circuit.
Johann Zarco will start his next MotoGP race from the pitlane after he was sanctioned for “irresponsible riding” following a crash involving Franco Morbidelli last weekend in Austria, the International Motorcycling Federation said Friday.
MotoGP rider Johann Zarco insisted Thursday that “you can’t do this sport if you don’t want to take risks” after being widely condemned for his role in a terrifying 300kmh near-miss at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Italian motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi said riders needed to “improve their behaviour” and show more respect after he and Yamaha teammate Maverick Vinales narrowly escaped serious injury in the Austrian Grand Prix.
World motorcycling superstar Valentino Rossi said a stray bike, travelling at around 320 kmh (200mph), almost “killed me” in a horrifying near-miss at the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Andrea Dovizioso won an eventful Austrian MotoGP for Ducati on Sunday, just 24 hours after revealing he would leave the Italian team at the end of the season, while South African rider Brad Binder held on to grab fourth place on his KTM.
Money, not talent, is the number one stumbling block for South African racing drivers dreaming of making it on the world stage.
Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales clinched pole, while South African rider Brad Binder (KTM) was well back on the grid, for the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.