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Mir: ‘Clever' approach needed in Alcaniz GP after late struggles

Suzuki’s Joan Mir says he took a “clever” approach during the latter stages of the Alcaniz Grand Prix after realising he wouldn’t be able to challenge the leading riders. Having started from a lowly 12th after struggling for qualifying speed on Saturday, Mir made a lightning start to find himself fifth on the opening tour before dispatching both title rival Maverick Vinales and Johann Zarco to move himself into third across the opening segment of the contest.   The MotoGP championship leader soon found himself unable to do much about leader Franco Morbidelli and team-mate Alex Rins though, so decided to play it safe and secure his sixth rostrum of the year ahead of all his...
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