There is enough evidence to show that the jump from Moto2 to Moto3 is not easy. Champions like Sandro Cortese, Danny Kent and Álex Márquez have had a hard time getting to fight important things in this category.

A particular case is Thomas Lüthi, who has won since his second season in Moto2 and has always been oscillating the top 5 of the championship. However, he accumulated more than 120 races in the category and just at 30 years old, last year, he fought the Moto2 championship.

But Brad Binder comes from crushing championship in Moto3, winning the title mathematically four races before concluding the championship. With 319 points, against the 177 of his nearest rival ¡impressive!, of course all we can have high expectations from the young South African driver of KTM.

However Binder in his statements has shown with some modesty:
“It may not be in the first or second year, but I am convinced that I will reach the top one day. Honestly, I just want to work hard, take things back”.
Binder at age 21, showed a skill primarily: maturity
“Honestly, what made the difference is that I have the most incredible team behind me. It is a large structure, everything worked very well and everyone has worked very hard. I’ve never started a race with doubts about anything. “
This year, he will fight against Lüthi, Morbidelli, Nakagami, Álex Márquez and perhaps Baldasarri or why not, Fabio Quartararo.