Brad Binder has signed a brand new three-year contract with KTM, securing a spot with the Oranges in MotoGP for the 2022, 2023 and 2024 seasons.
Brad Binder and KTM, the love story continues.
The South African has been an official Oranges rider since 2015, when he was recruited to Crimson Bull KTM Ajo, a Finnish workforce that represents the Austrian model in a number of classes. Moto3 world champion with in 2016, he then wore his colours in Moto2 from 2017 to 2019, notably acquiring eight victories and fifteen podiums. The subsequent logical step: a transfer to MotoGP at Crimson Bull KTM Manufacturing unit Racing in 2020.
The primary winner within the producer’s historical past within the premier class (Czech Republic Grand Prix 2020), Brad Binder is presently enjoying his second season in MotoGP. And it will not be the final, as a brand new three-year contract has simply been signed. He will probably be on the KTM RC16 till the top of the 2024 marketing campaign, his tenth in orange.
Comfortable “Assist and belief” obtained, Brad Binder can also be delighted to have the ability to “Now totally concentrate on our progress. We’re not that distant and it might be nice if we may accomplish nice issues collectively. I am unable to wait to see what the following few years will maintain in retailer for us ”.
The 2016 Moto3 world champion is the primary rider confirmed by KTM for the 2022 season. Latest second within the Italian Grand Prix, Miguel Oliveira has not but been re-signed however that shouldn’t be an issue. It’s a unique story for the 2 Tech3 riders, Danilo Petrucci and Iker Lecuona, nonetheless, whereas the kids within the Moto2 class – Remy Gardner within the lead – knock on the door.
MOTOGP – GRID 2022
Aprilia Racing (Aprilia):
Aleix Espargaro (2022)
Aramco Racing Group VR46 (Ducati?):
Ducati Lenovo Group (Ducati):
Francesco Bagnaia (2022)
Jack Miller (2022)
Gresini Racing (Ducati?)
LCR Honda Castrol / Idemitsu (Honda):
Alex Marquez (2022)
Takaaki Nakagami (“a number of years”)
Monster Power Yamaha MotoGP (Yamaha):
Fabio Quartararo (2022)
Maverick Viñales (2022)
Petronas Sepang Racing Group (Yamaha?):
Franco Morbidelli (2022)
Pramac Racing (Ducati):
Jorge Martin (2022)
Crimson Bull KTM Manufacturing unit Racing (KTM):
Brad Binder (2024)
Repsol Honda Group:
Pol Espargaro (2022)
Marc Marquez (2024)
Group Suzuki Ecstar (Suzuki):
Joan Mir (2022)
Alex Rins (2022)
Tech3 KTM Manufacturing unit Racing:
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