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Alex Rins says he is “super proud” to finish the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix inside the top 10 just a week after fracturing and dislocating his right shoulder in a crash.
Suzuki’s Alex Rins admits Friday at the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix was a “painful day” for him, as he put miles on his recently dislocated and fractured right shoulder.
Jack Miller and Alex Rins have criticised MotoGP’s new yellow flag rule that will make its debut in this weekend’s Andalusian Grand Prix, with the Pramac Ducati rider suggesting it lacks common sense.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins has been ruled out of Sunday’s season-opening Spanish Grand Prix due to the shoulder injury he picked up in qualifying.
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins suffered a fracture and dislocation to his right shoulder in his crash during Spanish Grand Prix qualifying, with his participation in the race in doubt.
Suzuki MotoGP team boss Davide Brivio says he feels Ducati should not drop Andrea Dovizioso amid rumours that the Italian veteran is considering a change of scenery for 2021.
Alex Rins has revealed he began talks about remaining with Suzuki in MotoGP for 2021 during last April's Argentine Grand Prix weekend.
Alex Rins led a Suzuki 1-2 on the first day of the final MotoGP pre-season test in Qatar, while Honda rookie Alex Marquez crashed twice during the session.
Joan Mir reckons that a substantial improvement to either Suzuki's qualifying pace or its top speed can make it a victory contender in all the MotoGP races in 2020.
Suzuki has blamed a “hazy” regulation regarding MotoGP wildcard riders for Sylvain Guintoli’s exclusion from Friday’s practice sessions at Motegi and having to ditch its 2020 engine.
Suzuki MotoGP test rider Sylvain Guintoli was left "encouraged" after a strong practice debut for the GSX-RR’s prototype 2020 engine on Friday at the Japanese Grand Prix.