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September 26th, 2016, 04:35 AM   #1
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Congratulations, Binder!

Always fun to see a new WC...and a new World Champion, too.
Top shit, BB.

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September 26th, 2016, 06:14 AM   #2
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Always fun to see a new WC...and a new World Champion, too.
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Long time since Ekerold and Ballington. Hocking was Rhodesian, sorry, Zimbabwean of course.
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Brilliant to see a non Spaniard champ again though only one since Danny Kent.
Brad has talent and wisdom and will be worth a bet to win in all classes.
Congrats Brad Binder world champion.
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To his credit, he stayed on the bike which the other top riders were unable to do, and as a result, he had a great year but not as dominant as it would appear. There are 3-4 riders in the 16-17 year range that i would pick over him for the future. Another Moto3 lifer who hung around long enough till it fell his way kind of like Danny Kent last year and Tito in Moto2 couple of years ago. Im a firm believer that if you are a future Moto GP championship contender, you will be winning races, getting podiums and contending for top 5 staus by your second year in any of the lower classes.
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There are 3-4 riders in the 16-17 year range that i would pick over him for the future.
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Not remember his back of grid to win ride Pov? That alone marks him as a bit special.
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Moto3 is not class anyone can dominate unless you can break the draft, which is almost impossible to do. These bikes do not have the power to pull away even with a superior drive out of a corner. Binder did what he needed to do and when he needed to do it. He also rides his bike differently than the others which tells me he's going to be very good in Moto2. The dude is special and I look forward to his progress into MotoGP. Be nice to see him win the 2018 MGP championship on the KTM.
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Canet, Bugela Quartararo just off the top of my head.
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Canet, Bugela Quartararo just off the top of my head.
Why? What particular qualities do they have over Binder? I'd be particularly interested in your appraisal of Quartararo.
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Moto3 is not class anyone can dominate unless you can break the draft, which is almost impossible to do. These bikes do not have the power to pull away even with a superior drive out of a corner. Binder did what he needed to do and when he needed to do it. He also rides his bike differently than the others which tells me he's going to be very good in Moto2. The dude is special and I look forward to his progress into MotoGP. Be nice to see him win the 2018 MGP championship on the KTM.
Its not really that different in that respect compared to the 125's. All about corner speed and momentum. I didnt say the kid was no good, i said until he just dominates a series, i dont see him as a GP contender and i dont think he is special. He will have a huge opportunity next year in Moto2 as most of the top riders are moving on. If he is special, he should contend right away
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