Brad’s #AlcanizGP round ends in unfortunate tangle with Jack Miller
MotoGP completed the latest triple header on the 2020 schedule with a consecutive outing around the undulations and varied corners of the MotorLand Aragón layout. Warmer temperatures greeted the Gran Premio Liqui Moly de Teruel – named after the province – and sunny skies helped riders and teams decipher the best tire choices for the eleventh fixture of the season in the premier class.
Red Bull KTM saw three riders launch from the first four rows of the grid for the 23-lap MotoGP race. Starting from fifteenth spot, Brad Binder’s afternoon was sadly over quickly after a collision with Jack Miller sent both riders tumbling into the gravel.
“I had quite an ‘OK’ start and as I went up the inside of Turn1 I then changed direction like a regular lap and got bunched up. It was a big mistake on my behalf and I’m so sorry to wipe out Jack’s race. I want to apologize not only to my team but also to his. We’ll have to restart and go again in Valencia.”