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Brivio: Suzuki “confident of good season, but “didn’t expect” to lead championship

Suzuki team manager Davide Brivio says his squad “didn’t expect” to lead the riders and teams championship heading into 2020, following a “special” Aragon Grand Prix performance. Alex Rins scored his and Suzuki’s first victory of the season after holding off Honda’s Alex Marquez during the Aragon GP, while Joan Mir backed up his team-mate in third. Mir’s fifth rostrum of the year-the highest of any racer this season-meant he also moved into the riders points lead by six over Fabio Quartararo, while his and Rins’ combined efforts also saw Suzuki climb to the head of the teams championship by four over Petronas Yamaha SRT. Brivio affirmed post race that it will be important...
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