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Rins to give ‘the maximum’ as he eyes late-season title challenge

Aragon Grand Prix race winner Alex Rins reckons a late championship charge could be on the cards having closed to within 36 point of his series leading team-mate Joan Mir. Suzuki's Rins recovered supremely from his tenth place starting spot to snatch away the lead from Maverick Vinales at around a thirds distance, before holding off a closing Alex Marquez in the latter stages of the contest to secure his first win since last year’s British GP. Fellow GSX-RR pilot Mir meanwhile moved into the championship lead after finishing third as Fabio Quartararo failed to score, but despite conceding it would be “difficult” to catch his team-mate Rins insisted he would give his “maximum” due...
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-1w from AutoSport.com

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