Brad Binder Salary
Brad Binder Salary;- Brad Binder was born on August 11, 1995, in South Africa. He’s most known for his fifth year of competition for professional South African motorcycle riders, which won the Moto3 World Championship championship 2016. The success has brought him a promotion to the Moto2 tibester, which has achieved consistently outstanding results in the Red Bull KTM Ajo team in the 8th, 3rd, and 2nd place over the following three years. Brad’s impressive Moto2 World Championship performances encouraged his management to raise him to the MotoGP’s top-level for the 2020 season with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team.
Last year, we presented an article on the MotoGP riders’ wages from the 2019 season. Since many of you were keen to learn how much MotoGP riders make in the current 2020 season, we decided to construct a list of riders and their yearly MotoGP pay (unofficial). Also, as most of the races have been annulled in this year’s season, we decided to provide you a little more MotoGP atmosphere over the week while awaiting the following weekend in September.
Honda Champion Marc Marquez again leads the list with a base income of $14.5 million per MYR 70.9 – EUR 83.4 million. Next up, Valentino Rossi is in the second position, with $10.5 million / MYR 41.7 million. According to speculations, however, Rossi is the rider who has the most money since he merchandises with Yamaha.
Marc Marquez remains the highest-paid $14 million motorcycle rider. Recently an increase of $2 million on his new deal till 2020. The agreement with Jorge Lorenzo came to an end in 2019. According to sources (Express UK), the company gets $7.5 million from Repsol Honda on a contract basis.