MotoGP™ 2020: Last On The Brakes

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Brad Binder: “If the move works it works, if it doesn’t, sorry, what can you do? It’s racing at the end of the day ”

Today is Brad Binder who sits down with Fran Wyld for another episode of Last On The Brakes! From his most memorable races to non racing-related questions asked by the fans! The Southafrican has also expanded on meeting the fans face to face, how much he would like to see the Kyalami racetrack added to the calendar in the nearly future and the strong start of the season he's had so far. Don't think about it twice and give it a listen to the chat with this one of this season's candidates for the MotoGP™ title!

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Looking for in depth conversations with the biggest names in MotoGP™, covering topics you seldom hear riders and team managers discuss? Look no further. This is the Last On The Brakes: MotoGP™ Podcast, coming to you with a brand new episode after every GP in the 2022 season, hosted by MotoGP™ World Feed reporters, Fran Wyld and Elliott York.


Whether you want to hear the behind the scenes ‘what really happened’ lines from some of the biggest stories in recent MotoGP™ history, learning what it takes to be in roles making decisions that can impact the entire industry, or what the paddock’s favourite dessert is, this is the podcast for you.



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