South African Binder wins first Moto3 race in Catalonia | Racing News - Times of India

BARCELONA: The South African Darryn Binder took his first win in Moto3 in Catalonia on Sunday as two of the main world title contenders, Albert Arenas and John McPhee, both had to abandon.
The 22-year-old Binder, whose older brother Brad rides for KTM in MotoGP, started way back in 20th position on the grid but came through to take the victory ahead of the Italians Tony Arbolino and Dennis Foggia.
“It is an extraordinary feeling. I have waited a long time but today I did everything I could,” said Binder, who rides for the CIP Green Power team.
Japanese rider Ai Ogura finished 11th and…

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