Brad Binder Looks Forward to KTM’s ‘Big Progression’ at COTA

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“Brad Binder Expresses Eagerness for Another Shot Ahead of MotoGP Round at COTA”

“With significant progress observed from 2022 to last season’s American MotoGP round, Brad Binder is optimistic about another substantial leap forward for KTM.

Binder’s sole setback this season occurred during the sprint race in Portimao, where he crashed out following a challenging qualifying session.”

“During the grand prix, the factory KTM rider, Brad Binder, redeemed himself by advancing to fourth place, just one position behind KTM rookie Pedro Acosta.

Having secured two podium finishes at the season-opener in Qatar, Binder’s start to the 2024 MotoGP season has been his strongest yet. However, like championship leader Jorge Martin, Binder’s track record at COTA in the premier class hasn’t been the most favorable, adding pressure to his performance.

“It’s always thrilling to kick off here again,” Binder remarked. “This circuit is truly unique and offers a bit of everything.

“Given its length, it’s crucial to maximize track time, establish a solid rhythm, and find a good pace. That’s my focus heading into the weekend.

“Unfortunately, my time at Portimao was challenging right from the start, and I struggled to find my groove.

“However, despite crashing during the sprint race, I managed to fight back to fourth place in the main event, thanks in no small part to the support of those ahead of me.”

“I’m truly excited to have another opportunity here, especially considering the tremendous progress we made from ’22 to ’23 at this circuit,” Binder shared optimistically.

Seeking to overcome the challenges faced in Portimao, Binder acknowledges his arrival in Texas with a determination to capitalize on the “clear step forward” the team has taken.

“For me, it’s a definite yes! I’d say Qatar was a standout, no doubt. Portimao had its difficulties, but arriving here feels like a fresh start,” Binder explained.

“It’s evident that we’ve taken significant strides forward. I believe our bike’s performance and the path we’ve chosen will suit this track much better compared to last season.

“My focus is to take it one lap at a time and put in the effort.

“Over the past three races, we’ve really emphasized refining the finer details. That’s my aim!”

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