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At first Binder got signed for the Tech3 team. But Apperantly he already got a promotion and gets the full factory seat for 2020.
NOICE.

Oliveira not amused.
 

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Would be nice to be a fly on the wall, to know the real story behind this. It looks like Binder is being rewarded for staying loyal through the times when he is on a less than competitive bike.
 

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Well, Binder is a World Champ.

Pit Beirer made it very clear in an interview that Oliviera was asked if he would consider moving from the Tech3 team and he's answer was as long as he gets the same level bike he wanted to stay.
Tech 3 boss stated a written offer was give to Oliviera at one stage.
Oliviera now states something else.
interesting indeed.
 

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who is the best rider? Olivera or Binder
No answer to that since Binder hasnt put competitive times yet on the MotoGP bike.

One thing is sure, KTM basically is saying their 'junior' training team is useless.
Yeah development for the bike. But you're training newer riders to gain experience to eventually upgrade to factory team.

To be fair, I rather see Binder on factory bike. Hoping he brings that brake sliding style over to motogp.
Entertaining rider to watch.
 

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BSG is correct its all about the transition. Binder over rides the KTM moto2 bike like a demon possesed . He slides the front, counter steering dam near to the apex of every corner. It amazing he finishes a lap without crahing not to mention finishing a race, but he pulls it off somehow. If Binder can use these skills to ride around the KTM RC16 mid corner grip deficit, Binder will be MotoGPs stand out rookie in 2020. Looking forward to seeing if he can pull it off.
 
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