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Rainey: Schwantz doesn't get enough credit for 1993 500cc title

Three-time 500cc world champion Wayne Rainey doesn't believe his arch MotoGP rival Kevin Schwantz gets enough credit for his "tremendous" 1993 title win. Rainey and Schwantz's rivalry in the 500cc era of MotoGP in the late 1980s and early 1990s is one of motorcycle racing's most iconic. From 1990-1992, Rainey won the premier class crown on his factory Yamaha, before Schwantz guided his Suzuki to the championship in 1993. Both riders won four races apiece in 1993, with Schwantz standing on the podium in the first nine races. But the campaign was marred by the tragic accident at Misano three rounds from the end of the season which left Rainey paralysed. Speaking to Autosport for...
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