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Suzuki: No Plan B for 2021 line-up

Suzuki team manager Davide Brivio insists the factory never wavered from its strategy to retain both Alex Rins and Joan Mir for the next two seasons. Brivio also made that position clear when talking to managers of other riders and, as such, no 'proper' alternative negotiations took place. Rins, a double race-winner last season, was officially announced as staying for a further two seasons on April 19. Mir, preparing for his second MotoGP campaign, had his contract extension confirmed on May 2. "Honestly, we never really thought about replacing them or having a Plan B," Brivio said. "Of course, our paddock is a small community and I know all the MotoGP rider managers. I meet...
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