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Binder not worried by Petrucci's lack of KTM MotoGP experience

MotoGP rookie Brad Binder insists he isn't worried about KTM's development in 2021 stalling owing to the lack of experience with the bike within its ranks next year. KTM will field two rookies in 2020 in Binder at the works team and Tech3's Iker Lecuona, while Binder's team-mate Miguel Oliveira faces a truncated sophomore season - having missed three races through injury at the end of last year. To boot, KTM will bring outgoing Ducati rider Danilo Petrucci into its fold as a factory rider at Tech3 next season. With the RC16 a notoriously difficult bike to adapt to for riders coming from other manufacturers, Petrucci does face a potentially difficult campaign. More MotoGP news Quartararo...
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