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Binder learned MotoGP riders aren't 'superheroes' they seem

Brad Binder learned in his debut MotoGP race last weekend at Jerez that premier class riders aren't the "superheroes" they seem and now believes he "deserves to be here". KTM rider Binder finished his debut race 13th, though displayed podium pace after running off track in the early stages out of the top 10 and have to recover from last. Later admitting his mistake likely cost him a shot at a top five finish, Binder found the riders around him to be "human" and not the "superheroes" they appeared to be when he was climbing up the grand prix ladder. As a result, he says is "a lot more chilled" ahead of this weekend's Andalusian Grand Prix....
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