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Binder will 'make a hell of a lot' more mistakes in rookie MotoGP season

KTM's Brad Binder accepts that he is going to make "a hell of a lot more mistakes" in his rookie MotoGP campaign, after two promising but difficult Jerez races. The South African showed impressive pace across the Spanish and Andalusian Grand Prix weekends, lapping quicker than most of the podium contenders during both races. However, he was forced into a recovery ride after an off early in the Spanish GP, and had to do the same in the second Jerez race following a collision with Tech3 KTM counterpart Miguel Oliveira - before crashing out heavily at Turn 13 on lap 13. Binder admits mistakes in both races were "not great on my part", but accepts that they are likely to...
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