Suzuki ride-height back for Aragon, Mir seeking stable tyre grip
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Rear ride-height system back on the Suzuki for Aragon, Joan Mir trying to remain calm amid unpredictable tyre grip; 'It's true that if it happens more often, it's more difficult to keep the mouth shut'.Original linkOriginal author: 72168
Early season crashes, faded championship hopes were ‘hard to accept’ - Rins
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Alex Rins’ early season crashes and faded hopes of a champioship challenge were ‘quite hard to accept’, however, a first podium of the season at Silverstone last time out has the Suzuki rider in good spirits as he returns to Aragon where he won in 2020.Original linkOriginal author: 106384
Binder: Staring at a computer screen doesn't help me!
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KTM's Brad Binder talks mid-season MotoGP turnaround, 'Staring at the computer screen doesn't help me! I just need to go out and open the throttle.'Original linkOriginal author: 72168
Mir: We must make a reset, important to start with good feelings
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‘Starting with good feelings’ at third home MotoGP round of 2021 is ‘important’ for Joan Mir. Suzuki rider hopes to be in victory contention following a difficult Silverstone.Original linkOriginal author: 106384
Jake Dixon: I don’t know what championship I’ll be in next year
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Jake Dixon prepares for what looks like being his final MotoGP appearance of the season, 2022 remains unclear.Original linkOriginal author: 72168
Miller ‘in a good position’ coming to Aragon, Ducati ‘more consistent’
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Jack Miller aims to showcase similar form at Aragon as he did in 2019 - claimed third position, as opposed to last season’s ‘shocking’ double header.Original linkOriginal author: 106384
Rossi: Franco 'fighting against time', Bagnaia tyre, Marini GP22
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Valentino Rossi talks Franco Morbidelli's planned Misano MotoGP return, Luca Marini's future Ducati bike spec, Francesco Bagnaia's Silverstone tyre woes and what looks like being a hot weekend in Aragon.Original linkOriginal author: 72168
Quartararo not worried about repeat of 2020 Aragon MotoGP misery
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The factory Yamaha rider comes into this weekend's Aragon GP holding a commanding 65-point lead in the championship after dominating the British GP at Silverstone for his fifth win of the season.Going forward into the final six races, Quartararo only needs to finish third in each of them to be guaranteed the title.But Aragon was not a happy hunting...
Vinales: I’m very hungry and motivated to start Aprilia story
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Maverick Vinales heads into his Aprilia MotoGP debut at Aragon ‘hungry and motivated’ to learn after his recent departure from Yamaha.Original linkOriginal author: 106384
Yamaha MotoGP exit was a ‘mental release’ – Vinales
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The relationship between Vinales and Yamaha deteriorated dramatically across the 2021 campaign, with Vinales requesting his two-year deal be terminated at the end of the current campaign.The fallout worsened irreparably in the Styrian GP, when he was found to have deliberately tried to damage his bike’s engine – leading Yamaha to suspend him for th...

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