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Brad Binder once said, “I’m a pretty positive person; I don’t like complaining, I don’t think it helps.”

Brad Binder seems to always have a cheerful attitude, and he seldom ever publicly complains when things don’t go well on the track.

‘Sou uma pessoa positiva; não gosto de me queixar, não acho que ajude’ – Brad Binder

During a news conference, the Red Bull KTM rider was questioned about this quality. He replied by saying that although he prefers to keep things positive, he doesn’t think twice about voicing his grievances behind closed doors:

Yes, I’m usually upbeat, but my crew will say something else if you go inside my box [laughs]. I believe I make my own decisions about whether to complain and when not to. Look, I believe that I’m a really optimistic guy. I don’t think whining helps, thus I don’t like to complain. However, I must admit that I also whine a great deal when I say that.

Binder has competed in MotoGP for five seasons, all with Red Bull KTM. Having completed two rounds of the year already, he has already secured a podium in Qatar and is currently second in the championship standings, trailing only Jorge Martín (Prima Pramac/Ducati).


“More conservative” According to Marc Márquez, “I won’t be faster than in the past.”

Marc Márquez is one of the most experienced riders in the current roster, having competed in MotoGP for more than ten years. In addition to his many accomplishments, he has also had hardships, most notably since 2020 when he dealt with difficult injuries and Repsol Honda’s declining performance, which forced him to go to Gresini this year.

Marc Márquez ‘mais conservador’ admite: ‘Eu não serei mais rápido do que no passado’

According to the #93, he has grown more conservative with time. “I have more experience, but one of the things when I was younger is like you are not aware of what you are doing and then sometimes is going well,” he said during a press conference. These days, I use more of my experience while being a little more conservative in other situations.

One thing that Márquez rejects is moving more quickly than in the past: “In the end, some people say that he will get stronger over time, even after his injury.” I won’t be any faster than I was in the past because you have that extra time when you’re younger. Naturally, though, you may and should use that experience a little more.

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