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MotoGP Austin J3: Darryn Binder (Yamaha/22) made a pit stop

Darryn Binder was beginning to think MotoGP wasn’t so terrible after his first two Grands Prix in the category, finally quite successful, being Qatar and Indonesia. But Argentina, with its grueling two-day format due to logistical issues, and especially that exhausting meeting in Austin, brought him back to the harsh reality. And when there is a problem in addition to technical problems, things get very complicated…

Darryn Binder finished 22nd and last son American Grand Prix and 1’42s from the winner Enea Bastianini† A bottomless chasm explained by a technical problem on the South African’s Yamaha RNF thus revealing his Texan ordeal: it was a very difficult weekend for meI made some mistakes, crashed a lot and had some problems said the youngest of Brad Binder† † I knew the race was going to be very tough and hot. I had a big moment in Turn 4 when I went too fast in the corner. After that I was able to fight to come back and get good lap times. Unfortunately the grip went down and I rode Remy and ‘Diggia’

the pilot of 24 years then explained his concern: Unfortunately we had a technical problem and I have lost power through a sensor that was not working properly† I went into the pits but when I arrived in front of my team I noticed the engine was running again “, the team member of . underlinedAndrea Dovizioso† † I then spoke briefly to my mechanics and told them the problem seemed to be gone, and then I finished the race

Darryn Binder in Texas on the WithU-RNF Yamaha team

Darryn Binder: ” I believe in myself

I was able to gain a lot of experience and it was by far the hardest track I’ve driven. I’m glad I reached the finish line. It can only make me stronger for the next race. I was able to make good progress and I’m sure I’ll catch up with the guys in the points soon he analyzes.

How binder does he see progress after moving from the Moto3 class to the MotoGP class? † After the first races expectations grew. After two good races in Qatar and Mandalika I expected to continue like this “, he admitted. ” But I had problems and Argentina was a weird weekend with only Saturday and Sunday and the level of grip in the race. Austin is so cool, something completely different

I believe in myself and I am sure we can make progress in any situationAs soon as we are back on the normal tracks in Europe, in Jerez, where I have already ridden my bike, we should be able to take the next step ” finished Darryn Bindersecond in the championship in the rookie standings, just behind Bezzecchi preceding it by only one unit. But he is ahead of his illustrious teammate in the same provisional general classification Andrea Dovizioso four lengths…

Darryn Binder

Results of the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin:

Ranking: MotoGP.com

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