‘Jack miller has already ridden a Honda and comes from Ducati, he can help us’ : Brad Binder


‘Jack miller has already ridden a Honda and comes from Ducati, he can help us’ : Brad Binder

Brad Binder (Via KTM)

Brad Binder will yet again have a new teammate next season after spending one season alongside Pol Espargaro and two seasons  with Miguel Oliveir. The new teammate will be none other than Jack Miller who is leaving Ducati after this season and joining KTM.

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 Jack Miller and Brad Binder already have a strong relationship even with the multiple variables that are put before them. The KTM rider was asked in an interview if he was excited about his new teammate. Brad Binder did not even hesitate and proceeded to say this:

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“We train a lot together, we do cycling, we do some trial” : Brad Binder on his relationship with future teammate Jack Miller

Jack Miller and Brad Binder

“For sure. Jack is probably one of my best friends. I spend most of my time with him when I’m in Europe. He lives right down the street here in Andorra. We train a lot together, we do cycling, we do some trial. And I think australians and south africans seem to get along well, because we have a very similar way of doing things” he says.

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“It will be fantastic to have him on the team, I’m excited to see how he discovers the bike. The good thing is that he has already ridden a Honda, he comes from a Ducati which seems to be the strongest bike at the moment. He can bring all that knowledge and feedback and help us make some progress on our project” he continued.

Jack Miller and Brad Binder will be fully focused on finishing the season on a high with both the riders separated by just two points in the championship standings where Binder is placed in P6 and Miller is in P7. Who do you think will finish ahead in the standings after the final race?

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