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Mir returns without bike, Rins 'stupid crash again'

Suzuki suffered its toughest event of the MotoGP season so far at Le Mans, where Alex Rins crashed for the third race in a row and Joan Mir also failed to finish after missing the chance to re-join from an early accident of his own. Reigning world champion Mir was caught out by the early downpour, falling as he prepared to head into the pits to change over to his wet bike. "I'm really disappointed. I didn't expect that crash, it was so unpredictable, there was a lot of water on the track and we were on slick tyres," said Mir, who had qualified 14th but was up to ninth. "I was not pushing, I was just going to the box. I don't even know if I lost the front or the rear, but the...
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