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Rins ends badly, strongly 2022 – GP Inside


Alex Rins ended his 2021 season within the gravel of the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia. The official Suzuki rider, solely ZZth within the championship, already has his eyes on the Jerez check.

Alex Rins bids farewell to the 2021 season in a tragic means. Sixth on the grid in Valencia, the Spaniard immediately shot ahead, and wasted no time climbing again to 3rd. He adopted the 2 leaders, Jorge Martin and Francesco Bagnaia, earlier than falling within the eleventh spherical. Preventing for the highest positions, pushing, pushing (an excessive amount of), falling: a state of affairs that’s not unprecedented for him this 12 months.

The official Suzuki rider subsequently completed with a clean outcome, his sixth of the 12 months, which pushed him again to thirteenth place within the common classification. Far, very removed from the third place obtained in 2020. “It is a disgrace to finish the season like this. It was a 12 months with a variety of falls and few good outcomes, however we’re closing this web page. We all know why I crashed, had an excessive amount of angle on the mistaken line and misplaced the entrance “, he defined.

In a rush to show the web page, Alex Rins was already pondering of the Suzuki GSX-RR 2022 when commenting on the occasions of the Valencia Grand Prix. He’ll attempt it out on November 18 and 19, on the Jerez-Angel Nieto circuit. “We will likely be using the 2022 bike in a couple of days in Jerez. The preseason is beginning and we’ll begin on the lookout for a barely higher bike. (…) I can not wait to be within the Jerez check. We don’t have any stress to set the bike up properly. I need it to go properly. We’re in a position to have a motorbike that may win. We are going to give our all. “

Like Fabio Quartararo at Yamaha, he hopes his new steed could have a little bit extra energy to compete towards the Ducatis. “I ask the Three Kings to have a little bit extra compassion for me (laughs). I ask these from Suzuki a little bit extra engine and pace generally. We had good pace this 12 months, however going with the knife between the tooth behind a rider, on the slightest misstep, we crashed. “

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