KTM has announced that it has signed a new three-year deal with Brad Binder. This means the South African will stay with KTM until the end of the 2024 season.
Binder would celebrate his decade long anniversary with the Austrian manufacturer by the time his new contract comes to an end, something he is very proud of.
"I'm super, super happy to have signed again for three more seasons with KTM, and it will take us up to 10 years," Binder said after he renewed his contract.
"It's incredible to have been with this manufacturer for such a long time now, and we've always had a good relationship.”
Pit Beirer, KTM Motorsports Director shared in the joy.
"This was a very easy contract for us to do because we love Brad as a racer and what he brings to the team, the factory and the MotoGP class."
Only last weekend, the 25-year-old hit a new personal best by equalling the highest top speed in the history of the sport when he reached 362.4 km/h during FP3 at Mugello.
Binder was responsible for KTM's first victory in the premier class during his debut term on the KTM RC16 in 2020. He was also named "Rookie of the Year" that same year.