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MotoGP News: Mir no longer sees himself as Suzuki number two

Joan Mir insists that he longer sees himself as Suzuki's number two rider after completing his rookie MotoGP season last year. Moto2 graduate Mir concluded his first campaign in the premier class 12th overall with less than half the points tally of teammate Alex Rins, albeit missing two races in the wake of a heavy crash in post-race testing at Brno in August. His best finish was fifth in the Australian Grand Prix, which also marked the first time he finished ahead of Rins in a race they both finished. Last weekend, it was confirmed Mir had been re-signed by Suzuki for a further two seasons, meaning he will remain paired with Rins until the end of 2022. "I want to think there's no...
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