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Binder penalised for Miller collision in MotoGP Teruel GP

KTM's Brad Binder will have to serve a long lap penalty in the European Grand Prix for colliding with Jack Miller on the opening lap of the MotoGP Teruel GP. Binder and Pramac Ducati rider Miller were coming through from the fifth row of the grid in Sunday's Aragon race when the former clattered into the rear of the Australian. Both were taken down in the incident, but escaped uninjured. The collision was put under investigation, with the FIM MotoGP Stewards Panel issuing a long lap penalty to Binder which will be served during the European GP at Valencia on 8 November. For his part, Binder apologised to Miller for the incident and explains he didn't 'take into account' the field would be...
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