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Mir: “Positive” points day, but “disappointed” with Aragon GP performance

Despite being “happy” to move into the MotoGP points lead, Suzuki’s Joan Mir says he “expected more” than third in the Aragon Grand Prix. Starting from the top six for the first time since the Styrian GP event in August, Mir was expected to be a threat for victory from the outset of the 23-lap encounter. The Spaniard struggled for tyre longevity as the race wore on though, ultimately finishing third after being unable to match race winning team-mate Alex Rins-who started from tenth-while Honda’s Alex Marquez denied him second in the latter stages. With title rival Fabio Quartararo failing to score, Mir’s rostrum result moves him from ten points down on the Frenchman to six...
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