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RNF: Binder's Moto3 fightbacks mean potential for 'something magical' in MotoGP

Darryn Binder's ability to fight through the Moto3 field on an underpowered Honda was one of the main attributes that prompted Razlan Razali's new RNF Yamaha team to sign the South African for MotoGP this season. Binder, younger brother of KTM MotoGP race winner Brad, took just two podiums on his way to seventh in the world championship for Razali's former SRT squad in 2021. That has naturally been compared with the ten podiums, including six wins, and title runner-up achieved by Jack Miller in 2014, the only previous occasion that a rider has jumped straight from Moto3 to MotoGP. Opinions about Binder's unusual move have been mixed but Miller has backed the 23-year-old to succeed, adding...
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