The MotoGP Czech Grand Prix was an historic day for KTM, as rookie Brad Binder took his and the marque's first premier class victory.
Binder came from seventh on the grid to lead the Brno race by lap 13, before dominating to the chequered flag to claim a maiden win by 5.2 seconds.
Behind, Franco Morbidelli flew the flag for Yamaha on the - what is more or less - 2019 M1 in second, while Avintia's Johann Zarco converted a shock pole position into his first podium since the 2018 season.
Meanwhile, it was a difficult race for championship protagonists Fabio Quartararo, Maverick Vinales and Andrea Dovizioso, with grip issues hindering all three.
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