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Suzuki's Alex Rins topped a damp third MotoGP practice at Aragon, having been one of only three riders to use slick tyres during the session.
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British Grand Prix winner Alex Rins says he was nearly left to rue a “very big mistake” in the race, as he lost track of the number of laps during his fight with Marc Marquez.
Petronas Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo said his crash at the beginning of MotoGP's British GP was triggered by Alex Rins' error ahead of him.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins pulled off a sensational last-corner move on MotoGP champion Marc Marquez to win a thrilling British Grand Prix at Silverstone by 0.013s.
Marc Marquez and Alex Rins have both been summoned by MotoGP race direction over their run-in during qualifying at Brno on Saturday.
Alex Rins says his Suzuki MotoGP bike gave him "no warning at all" about the crash that cost him second place in the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins believes he could have mounted a challenge for his second MotoGP victory of 2019 in Barcelona had he not gotten stuck behind Ducati's Danilo Petrucci.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins set the pace in the third MotoGP practice session in Barcelona, leading rookie Fabio Quartararo.
Jack Miller says MotoGP rival Alex Rins “scared the shit out of me” during the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello, as the Australian was caught out by the Suzuki's cornering ability.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins admits he felt disappointed to finish fourth at Mugello, having had “rhythm to win the race” despite starting only 13th.
Suzuki rider Alex Rins' current “strongest point” is the lack of pressure to compete out front in MotoGP week in, week out, according to rival Marc Marquez.
Alex Rins says he was amused by the footage of a marshal at Jerez taking a minor component from his Suzuki MotoGP bike at the end of the Spanish Grand Prix.
MotoGP championship leader Andrea Dovizioso believes rivals Alex Rins and Valentino Rossi can remain in the MotoGP title hunt “until the end” in 2019.
Valentino Rossi and Jack Miller both acknowledge MotoGP's newest race winner Alex Rins as a threat for the title this year after the Suzuki rider's breakthrough success at Austin.