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October 16th, 2016, 10:15 PM   #51
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If some of you wish to believe he is, that is your choice. Time will tell. Lets revisit this thread in 5 years and see if he is competing for championships in GP
I set a reminder for 5 year time
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October 17th, 2016, 03:33 AM   #52
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I am confused.
Is Binder not competing in GPs?
Someone should tell him.
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November 13th, 2016, 02:11 AM   #53
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Either BB is special or the rest of the Moto 3 class are spectacularly crap.
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Although significantly, the injuries of Navarro and Bastianini and the sacking of Fenny meant that there were fewer rivals to take points off him, Binder now has the record for accruing the largest points margin of any previous WC victory in the feeder classes. What impresses me is his composure - his race brain/race craft and his self belief. I agree with the point that Povol made about his age, but I still maintain that he appears to have both the fortitude, finesse and the guile that you need to ride a MotoGP bike. Whether he is able to bag a competitive ride is the main doubt as opposed to any aspersions cast over his natural talent.
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November 13th, 2016, 08:19 AM   #55
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Agree with Jackass, he is good value. I think he is so keen for a seat with Reposl that he has started his own unique spanglish language during interviews to help his chances of coming onboard the Spanish armada. Its funny seeing him talk like a regular Aussie at PI and all the way to Jerez, then doing an interview at Aragon and needing subtitles to understand him.

I'm really hoping it all goes well for him.
He reminds me of Gibernau and what happened to him?
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He reminds me of Gibernau and what happened to him?
Despite his supposed mental fragility, 8 GP victories, runner up two years running?

Can't see Jack managing that.
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Despite his supposed mental fragility, 8 GP victories, runner up two years running?

Can't see Jack managing that.
As much as I'd like to see Jack succeed I don't think he will. Even if he has a great 2017 season I don't know what factory bikes will be available to him. Moto2 may be a purgatory for many riders but If he was able to do well in the Moto2 series he may have been offered a better ride in MotoGP. I think him being on the VDS bike wont aid him to be a strong enough performer to get noticed by the factory teams and he will remain a rider who stays on Satellite bikes and lives in the back half of the field.
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