KTM capitalises at wet Mandalika MotoGP race as Binder brothers

Sunday, March 20, 2022
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In his return to the Indonesian circuit after 25 years‚ Brad Binder made a sensational start and finished first. His younger brother‚ Darryn‚ put in an impressive ride to climb from ninth to eighth and take the points. Andrea Bastianini finished ninth and is three points off the lead. While the two Hondas fought for eighth and nine positions‚ the Binders had a much better weekend and dominated the MotoGP. With a win in the wet Mandalika MotoGP‚ Oliveira consolidated his position on the podium by taking victory. The Indonesian Grand Prix was held at the sodden Mandalika Circuit due to heavy tropical rains which delayed the race for an hour. The Italian dominated his battle with Jack Miller and swept away to the finish. It was the perfect KTM start to the season for the team as the Binder brothers took the first three podium positions. The wet Mandalika MotoGP circuit has a history of heavy rain. The MotoGP race at the wet Mandalika Circuit was delayed by an hour following torrential rain. However‚ the conditions were still too treacherous to start the race in time. With the KTM team taking the win‚ the Binder brothers could consolidate their position at the top of the championship table. The Binder brothers continued their winning ways in the Qatar opening with Brad Binder and Marlon Asparagué claiming third and fourth‚ respectively. The Binder brothers and Miguel Oliveira made a welcome return to the podium at the wet Mandalika MotoGP in Indonesia. Despite the wet conditions‚ they battled well in the wet conditions and the KTM rider emerged as the winner. The Binder brothers' performance also consolidated the KTM team's positive start to the season. After 25 years‚ the Binder brothers returned to the podium for the first MotoGP event in Indonesia. The re-run of the Qatar GP was delayed by more than an hour due to heavy rain. The rain made it dangerous to race and the conditions were not conducive to a race. The Binder brothers were the first KTM riders to start the Malaysian MotoGP‚ which is the second round to take place in the region. The Indonesia MotoGP was delayed by rain and started late. The rain delayed the race‚ but the Binder brothers kept the lead in the wet Mandalika circuit and claimed the points. The race was rerun because of heavy rain‚ but the race ran as planned and despite the rain‚ the KTM team has had a strong start to the season. After a disappointing Qatar opening race‚ the KTM team has a good season.

ktm capitalises at wet mandalika motogp race as binder brothers
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Brad Binder and Michael Binder both finished in the points‚ while their younger brother‚ Michael‚ is back in the MotoGP after graduating from Moto3 last year. In the second leg‚ the Binder brothers consolidated their position in the Premier Class. The two brothers also claimed a podium in the opening round in Qatar. Despite the rainy Mandalika circuit‚ KTM rider Miguel Oliveira has returned to the top of the podium in MotoGP. The race was delayed for over an hour as torrential rains made the track unsafe. The Binder brothers took their chances and finished on the podium in the wet for the first time in five years. With their impressive win‚ the KTM team is on a high. In fact‚ the result is the best ever Indonesian Grand Prix in the history of the premier class. The KTM team's motoGP rider Miguel Oliveira won the Indonesia MotoGP‚ but his teammate Jack Miller fought back in the early stages before he checked into the lead. In the final stage‚ the KTM rider held off Fabio Quartararo to take the win. The Indonesian Grand Prix was delayed by torrential rain‚ but the race did go ahead.