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also in the MotoGP season 2022 there will be three brothers pairs in the starter field. Besides Marc and Alex Marquez, Aleix and Pol Espargaro, the Brad and Darryn Binder will be. The younger brother of KTM driver Brad Binder received a chanceYamaha satellite team RNF. Darryn Binder will rise directly from the Moto3 to the MotoGP.
In the recent past, Jack Miller only skipped the Moto2 class. "This step is considerable," says Brad Binder, who hazards himself in the Moto2. "If you drive from 60 hp to nearly 300, that's a big step."
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"If all the performance, electronics and so on is added, then the challenge will be even bigger. He will have to learn a lot, but I'm confident that he masters that. But it will take time until he understands how everything works. "
Brad Binder drives his second season in the royal class and has already celebrated two victories. The 26-year-old can still remember well at his first MotoGP test: "When I went the KTM for the first time, I thought, 'How can I create 25 laps in a piece?'"
"I can remember that I have stopped so tightly because this thing is so fast. My arms were strained after a round. There is no road motorcycle, which gives a the same feeling." It's real a weapon. "
"Even if you come to Qatar after the winter break and the first time the gas is spinning, then that's a feeling that you can not describe. The motorcycle is so strong and so fast. When you switch through the gears, it runs seamlessly. "
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Darryn Binder: "Chance you can not refuse"
Darryn Binder has never tested a MotoGP bike. His first experiences will collect the 23-year-old in Jerez in November in November. "It feels surreal," says Darryn Binder to his MotoGP contract. "It feels like I was in another world."
"It's a childhood dream to drive in the MotoGP. Not everyone gets this chance. I never expected that that would happen to me in Moto3. I'm super excited. It's a big step forward. The learning curve will be for me be very steep. "
Critical voices in the paddock question if it is the right step for Darryn Binder. In seven Moto3 years he won a race. Six times he managed to the podium in so far 115 Grands Prix.
"It's a chance that you can not reject," says Darryn Binder. "It's a big step, of course, I'll ask my brother asking many questions and try to stay in his footsteps when we train over the winter so I am ready for the big bike."
"From my side I have the feeling that I was far too long in the Moto3. I'm pretty big. My size should fit better to the larger bike. Of course it will be a steep learning curve, but I am ready for the hard work And will give my best to get stronger. "
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