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KTM's Binder 'not at all' thinking about MotoGP title tilt in 'chaotic' season

KTM MotoGP rookie Brad Binder says he is "not at all" thinking about challenging for the 2020 world championship despite sitting fourth in the points after the first five races. Binder has been one of the standout performers of this "chaotic" 2020 season, with the rookie winning his first grand prix just three races into his premier class career at the Czech Grand Prix last month. PLUS: Why the real winner in the MotoGP Czech GP wasn't KTM Since then, he scored a fourth in the Austrian GP and eighth in the Styria race, which leaves him just 21 points adrift of championship leader Fabio Quartararo heading into this weekend's San Marino GP at Misano - where, like at Brno...
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