Paddock Pass Podcast #190 – Brad Binder Interview

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Episode 190 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one is a special addition to our weekly schedule (don’t worry, we’ll have another show for you on Wednesday as well).

On the mics, we have Steve English, David Emmett, and Adam Wheeler, and they are joined by factory KTM rider Brad Binder.

The four sit down to have a frank conversation about the MotoGP class, and how the South African riders has made the jump into the premier class from Moto3.

Binder is always a fascinating person to listen to, and in the show he talks about how poorly he felt his performance was the first time he rode the KTM RC16, and how he adapted to end up winning his third race.

He also talks about his relationship with his brother Darryn, currently with the Petronas Sprinta Moto3 team, and how he sees Darryn going through the same things he did.

And, he talks about the huge difficulties faced by riders from outside Europe when trying to break into MotoGP, and the few advantages, when their passports can play to their advantage.

All-in-all, this week’s installment is a lively show and one that is sure to cause some conversations with the Paddock Pass Podcast community. Give it a listen and enjoy!

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