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Getting Binder back from South Africa 'not easiest thing'

Most MotoGP riders are currently in Europe, but rookie Brad Binder is among those that will need to navigate enhanced flight and immigration restrictions to reach July's proposed season-openers at Jerez. The Factory KTM rider is presently at home in South Africa, thus joining Cal Crutchlow (USA), Takaaki Nakagami (Japan) and Jack Miller (Australia) in requiring entry to Europe for the opening round. All have plenty of time on their side but arranging long-haul flights, connections and immigration (including possible quarantine) is no simple task in the 'coronavirus era' of constantly shifting rules and procedures. "It's not the easiest thing, but we are already working to get Brad...
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