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'Painful day' for Suzuki's Rins as he returns from injury in Jerez MotoGP practice

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. Rins crashed in qualifying for the Spanish GP at Jerez last week and had to miss the race owing to his injury, but was declared fit to ride on Thursday. Completing just eight laps in FP1 without the use of painkillers, Rins admits he felt "much more pain" than he was expecting to after the session. He managed 16 laps in FP2 and a best lap of 1m39.101s to end the day 21st and last on the combined timesheets having taken something for the pain in the afternoon. "It was a hard day for me, painful...
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