Meanwhile, the form of Red Bull KTM Ajo riders Miguel Oliveira – who sits fourth in the standings – and Brad Binder has been promising. We haven’t yet seen the form that led Oliveira to victory in the last three races of 2017, but both riders carved through the top ten in Texas, showing excellent race pace. As we head to Jerez, a track where Binder took a stunning win from the back of the grid in the Moto3™ class two years ago, will we see a KTM on the top step? The fight for the win promises to be a Spanish spectacular, as this is also where Bagnaia took his first podium on a Moto2™ machine last season. 

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