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2018-08-04 19:20

Brad Binder

Image: AFP / Toshifumi Kitamura

"It’s been three weeks since Germany and I’m still smiling about my first Moto2 win", says Brad Binder ahead of this weekend’s Czech GP at Brno.

"It was really, really nice to get a win. Just a podium would have been great, too, but to have a win was special and made myself and the team really happy." 

READ: SA's Brad Binder clinches maiden Moto2 victory

According to Brad it’s been a difficult start to the year, and he’s super happy to finally get some pay-off. 

"We want more. Lots more. So, let’s see", he says, going into this weekend’s race in Brno.

The Brno track for the Czech GP this weekend is fast and flowing with quite a few chicanes in it and Brad feels it will suit him.

Let’s get the weekend under way! ???

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"It’s really important to get good drive on to the straight here and you can make up a lot of time braking into the corners,” he says.

Also back this weekend is Brad’s younger brother Darryn having recovered from the broken collarbone he suffered from a crash a few races back.

Binder says: "He is struggling a little bit with the other shoulder he tore the ligaments in, but he is in a good head space and is ready to race. It’s good to have both the Binder brothers back on track."


Read more about Brad’s German race win and how he feels about the rest of the championship on his blog, here


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