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Andalusia MotoGP: Oliveira disagrees with Binder over Turn 1 clash

Tech3 rider Miguel Oliveira says he "disagrees" with factory KTM counterpart Brad Binder's version of events which led to their Turn 1 crash at the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix. Oliveira qualified a career-best fifth and as top KTM rider for the second race at Jerez, but a burning clutch meant he got a poor launch and was reeled in by Binder from ninth on the run to Turn 1. As the field piled into the first corner, Danilo Petrucci threw his Ducati up the inside of Binder, who was caught unaware as he tipped in and had to sit the bike up. In doing so he clipped the rear of Oliveira's Tech3 machine and sent his future factory KTM team-mate crashing. The incident was investigated by...
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