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Joan Mir: 'Sorry to Pecco', early impacts broke traction control

Having won the 2020 MotoGP title the previous weekend in Valencia, Joan Mir suffered his worst weekend of the year in the Portimao finale. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Qualifying in just 20th place after an electronics issue, the Suzuki star immediately went on the attack in the race - clashing with Francesco Bagnaia as he carved his way through to twelfth on the opening lap, then hitting the back of Johann Zarco, again at the Turn 3 hairpin. Not the start the World Champion was looking for!After a bright start, @JoanMirOfficial is back down to 17th! #PortugueseGP pic.twitter.com/kIIFkTtmjS — MotoGP (@MotoGP) November 22, 2020 "I felt it, it was a very...
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