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Binder produces strong Assen comeback after ‘up-and-down weekend’

Brad Binder recovered from a shocking qualifying that saw him start the Dutch MotoGP in P21, as he gained an impressive nine spots to finish 12th. Binder having good pace come race day and therefore making up places has become one of the surest bets in 2021 so far.  Although Binder started the German GP much further up - 13th place, it was a similar story in that one as he came through to claim fourth - another nice place improvement.  Binder was surprisingly joined on the back-row of the grid by eight-time world champion Marc Marquez for yesterday’s race, as the Spaniard made an even better comeback - 20th to seventh.  Related Articles 2022 MotoGP World Championship - Rider line-up...
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