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Alex Rins: My rivals always overlook me, I don't know why!

Alex Rins may have left Portimao empty-handed but he was the only rider able to take the fight to Fabio Quartararo during the second half of the Portimao MotoGP. Unfortunately for the Suzuki rider he crashed out with just over six laps to go, meaning what looked like a guaranteed first podium of the season instead turned into a DNF and 38-point gap to title leader Quartararo. "I'm still looking very happy? Yes, because I think I did a very good race," said Rins. "I was able to be there with the man to beat because since FP4, [Quartararo] was very impressive. And I was there, not easy, but riding well. "Okay in the end we got zero points, but there are many races still....
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