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Rins: Nakagami “probably the most harmful” MotoGP riders

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Rins and Nakagami have been battling for 12th spot within the early phases of Sunday’s race at Mugello after a poor qualifying left the Suzuki rider down in 21st on the grid.

Trying to go the LCR rider on the within of the Flip 11 left-hander on lap seven of 23, the pair got here collectively and Rins crashed out, marking his second-successive DNF.

Rins fumed after the race in regards to the collision and took intention on the Stewards’ choice not penalise Nakagami.

“How I really feel about Taka? Sincerely I do not perceive what he did,” Rins mentioned after the race. “I noticed a video and sincerely he was out of the road. The lap earlier than I attempted to overhaul him in the identical nook, between 10 and 11 and he held the place.

“So, the following lap I attempted to push a bit bit extra with the throttle to be extra in entrance of him and he was outdoors, and once we did the nook he was there and we impacted.

“It is a clear instance of what [Johann] Zarco did with [Marco] Bezzecchi. Zarco put the bike [up the inside] and Bezzecchi misplaced the place, so he rolled out of the throttle a bit bit.

“I do not perceive the choice of the stewards. They are saying that I used to be not in entrance of him and they won’t penalise him.

“If you happen to ask the riders, he is likely one of the most harmful guys on monitor when it comes to overtakes.

“However it’s what it’s. Fortunately no one was behind us. However I do not perceive the way in which he goes.”

Alex Rins, Team Suzuki MotoGP

Alex Rins, Crew Suzuki MotoGP

Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

Rins added that the incident shall be talked about on this week’s security fee on the Catalan Grand Prix.

“I did not communicate to Taka but,” he mentioned. “For positive it is a factor to touch upon within the security fee as a result of clearly the stewards do not do the appropriate work.

“I am going there to talk with [FIM Steward] Freddie Spencer and I say to him ‘mate, you’re an ex-rider, you probably did lots of overtakes and there’s no regulation within the books that claims when somebody overtakes you, it’s good to shut the throttle’. It is only a factor with the riders.

“So, I do not perceive why Taka did this and that is all. Was tremendous, tremendous harmful. We’re in MotoGP, we do not race like this.”

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