Brad Binder and his fiancee, Courtney Renniers, are set to marry after being in a relationship for nearly six years.
Their social media is filled with posts expressing anticipation and excitement for their wedding party.
Brad Binder, born on August 11, 1995, is a South African motorcycle racer known for competing in the MotoGP championship.
He debuted in the MotoGP premier class in 2020 with the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team.
Binder gained attention for his impressive performance in the 2020 Czech Grand Prix, where he secured his first MotoGP victory in only his third race in the premier class.
This victory made him the first South African rider to win a MotoGP race. Furthermore, he became the first rookie to win in MotoGP since Marc Marquez.
Moreover, the 28-year-old race won the 2016 Moto3 World Championship.
Brad Binder Fiancee, Courtney Renniers
The South African racer Brad Binder is on the brink of taking a significant step in his personal life as he prepares to marry his long-time girlfriend, Courtney Renniers.
The pair have shared a romantic journey since January 2017 and engaged on July 10, 2022.
Courtney revealed their engagement news on Instagram with a heartfelt caption that read,
“Out of all the prayers Ive prayed. Your heavens answer. Your the best thing I’ve ever waited for. And of course I said YES ❤️ Courtney Binder has a nice ring to it 😍”
Anticipation surrounds their upcoming nuptials, with the couple reportedly planning to exchange vows in December 2023.
Courtney Renniers, born on April 25, 1994, hails from South Africa, just like Brad.
She pursued her education at Leeuwenhof Akademie Christelike Afrikaanse Privaatskool. Apart from her academic background, Courtney is a fitness model.
The duo frequently shares pictures of themselves on various social media platforms.
Regularly, they express birthday and Valentine’s Day wishes to each other on Instagram.
Brad concludes the 2023 season with a third-place finish in Valencia.
The climactic finale of the 2023 MotoGP season unfolded at the Valencia Grand Prix, ultimately crowning Francesco Bagnaia as the world champion.
During the MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix, Brad Binder, while leading and eyeing a potential victory, missed a braking point and ran wide.
This misstep cost the Red Bull KTM rider several positions, but he showcased resilience by recovering to secure fourth place.
Post-race, a penalty imposed on Fabio Di Giannantonio (Gresini/Ducati) elevated Brad to the third position.
Reflecting on the incident that led him wide, the South African rider explained:
“It was the same as Saturday: when I got up in front, the front tyre went cold. I started to have a lot of chatter on the right side, which is normally an indicator for us. Just rolling off, before I even touched the front brake, the front washed in turn 11, so I was really, really lucky to stay on to be honest.”